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Ratified treaty no. 372, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 1, 1868, with the Navaho Indians

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Ratified treaty no. 372, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 1, 1868, with the Navaho Indians
Washington, D.C.: National Archives, June 1, 1868

1. Proceedings (copy) of meeting of Indian Peace Commission at Fort Laramie on May 9, 1868, authorizing Comrs. Sherman and Tappan to treat with Navaho. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions)

2. Proceedings of council held with Navaho by Comrs. Sherman and Tappan, May 28-30, 1868. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 24 p.)

3. Theodore H. Dodd, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Sherman and Tappan, May 30, 1868 (copy), re condition of Navaho. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 7 p.)

4. Sherman to Sec. of Interior, June 1, 1868, forwarding copy of treaty and reporting. Endorsed by S. F. Tappan. Enclosure: Letter of same date from Gen. Sherman to Gen. George W. Getty, Commanding District of N. Mex., re treaty. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions)

5. Tappan to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 16, 1868, reporting on treaty. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 4 p.)

6. Sec. of Interior to President, June 18, 1868. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 88-89)

See items 2, 4-9, and 17-21 under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche.

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Ratified treaty no. 372, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 1, 1868, with the Navaho Indians, pp. [1]-[23]


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