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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1856
([1856])

[Utah],   pp. 224-236 PDF (5.8 MB)


Page 224

INDIAN AFFAIRS IN THE 
staff, Second Lieutenant J. G. Chandler, 3d artillery, acting assistant 
adjutant general, First Lieutenant R. Macferly, 4th infantry, acting 
assistant commissary of subsistence and acting assistant quarter- 
master at this department; Second Lieutenant G. P. Ihrie, 3d artil- 
lery, acting assistant commissary of subsistence and acting assistant 
quartermaster to the troops in the field; Assistant Surgeons E. H. 
Crane and J. J. Milhau, on duty in the field, and Assistant Surgeon 
R. Glison in charge of the general hospital, for the prompt and 
efficient manner in which they discharged their various duties. 
He also takes great pleasure in acknowledging the valuable services 
of General Joel Palmer, superintendent of Indian affairs, whose pre- 
sence in our camp, and judicious exertions, contributed in a great 
degree to produce the rapidity with which the various bands of the 
enemy surrendered themselves. 
To one and all of those who have served with him the command- 
ing officer offers his kindest wishes for their future welfare. 
By order of Brevet Lieut. Col. R. C. BUCHANAN: 
J. G. CHANDLER, 
Second Lieut. 3d Artillery, Acting Assistant Adj't General. 
General JOEL PALMER, 
Superintendent Indian Afairs, Oregon Territory. 
No. 96. 
HEADQUARTERS, FORT ORFORD, OREGON rERRITORY, 
District Southern Oregon and Northern California, July 7, 1856. 
[Orders No. 7.] 
Agreeably to instructions received from the commanding general 
of the department, officers commanding the new posts to be estab- 
lished on the coast reservation will not permit any white man to go 
on the reserve except those who are actually employed by the super- 
intendent of Indian affairs, who will furnish them with the names of 
all who are or may be employed on the reserve. All and any per- 
sons whose names shall not be furnished to the commanders of the 
several posts as above directed will be forthwith removed. 
By order of Brevet Lieut. Col. R. C. BUCHANAN: 
J. G. CHANDLER, 
Second Lieut. 3d Artillery, Acting Assistant Adj't General 
General JOEL PALMER, 
Superintendent Indian Affairs, Oregon Territory. 
No. 97. 
UTAH TERRITORY, OFFICE SUPERINTENDENT, 
Great Salt Lake City, June 30, 1856. 
Si: I have the honor to transmit, by the mail of July 1, this 
my report for the quarter ending June 30, 1856. 
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