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Ratified treaty no. 252, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 6, 1848, with the Grand Pawnee, Loups Pawnee, Republican Pawnee, and Tappage Pawnee Indians

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Ratified treaty no. 252, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 6, 1848, with the Grand Pawnee, Loups Pawnee, Republican Pawnee, and Tappage Pawnee Indians
Washington, D.C.: National Archives, August 6, 1848

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, June 16, 1847, re conditions on Upper Missouri and Platte Rivers and suggesting action with respect to Pawnee and Sioux. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 261-262)

2. John Miller, Ind. Agt. at Council Bluffs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 17, 1848, reporting negotiations with the Pawnee by Lt. Col. Ludwell E. Powell in May 1848. Addressed to Thos. H. Harvey, Supt. at St. Louis. (Enclosure of OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-758, 1848)

3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thos. H. Harvey at St. Louis, July 15, 1848. (OIA, LS, vol. 41, p. 102)

4. Treaty (copy), including plat embodied in text. (OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 7, p. 77-79)

5. Lt. Col. Powell, Commanding Battalion, Missouri Mounted Volunteers, Aug. 10, 1848, submitting treaty concluded by him with the four confederated bands of Pawnee Indians.*

6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 11, 1848, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p. 35) Note: No instructions of formal style found. See letter of June 16, 1847, from The Adjutant General to the Commanding Officer of the Battalion of Missouri Mounted Volunteers (in RG 94, Records of The Adjutant General's Office).

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Ratified treaty no. 252, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 6, 1848, with the Grand Pawnee, Loups Pawnee, Republican Pawnee, and Tappage Pawnee Indians, pp. [1]-[5]


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