Series MSS 114-3 - Mss 114-3

Letter from Joel Palmer regarding the sale of land in Dayton, Oregon Letter from Joel Palmer Letter from the Office of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs Letters and Instructions from the Office of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs Handwritten copy of letter Letter acknowledging receipt of government property from Anson Dart, former Superintendent of Ind... Handwritten copy of a letter from the Office of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon T... Letter regarding payment of an outstanding bill Letter from Joel Palmer to John McClure Letters regarding the sale of land Handwritten copy of a letter from Luke Torrance to George Manypenny Letter from the office of Superintendent of Indian Affairs Draft of letter Letter listing names of Indian agents and sub-agents Letter listing names of Indian agents and sub-agents Letter to J.L. Danish from Joel Palmer Letter from the office of Superintendent of Indian Affairs Letter requesting military support Handwritten copy of letter from the office of Superintendent of Indian Affairs Letter from the office of Superintendent of Indian Affairs Draft of a letter requesting authorization to discuss treaties with Indian tribes Handwritten copy of letter providing instructions for activities in the Umpqua valley. Letter to J.S. Parrish from Joel Palmer Letter Handwritten copy of letter from George Manypenny to Robert McClelland, secretary of the Interior Draft of treaty between the U.S. and the Calapooia Tribe Letter from the office of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs Letter from Matthew Deady to Joel Palmer regarding an appointment of an Indian Agent
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MSS 114-3

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Mss 114-3

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  • 1850-1880 (Creation)

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Consists of general correspondence, primarily political and military in nature, legal papers, and a survey of an unidentified Indian reservation.

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