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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1856
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List of documents accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for the year 1856,   pp. 25-29 PDF (1.6 MB)


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No. 26.-Letter of Thomas S. Twiss, agent, relative to the massacre 
near Fort Kearny. 
No. 27.-Letter of Thomas S. Twiss, agent, relative to the massacre 
near Fort Kearny. 
No. 28.-Report-of John B. Robertson, agent for Indians of the Om- 
aha agency. 
No. 29.-Report of Samuel Allis, interpreter for the Pawnees. 
No. 30.-Report of Daniel Vanderslice, agent for the Iowas, and Sacs 
and Foxes of the Missouri. 
No. 31.-Report of S. M. Irvin, teacher to the Iowas, Sacs and Foxes. 
No. 32.-Report of Thomas J. Vanderslice, farmer and miller for the 
Sacs and Foxes. 
No. 33.-Report of Royal Baldwin, agent for the Kickapoos. 
No. 34.-Report of George W. Clarke, agent for the Pottawatomies. 
No. 35.-Report of the Rev. J. B. Duerinck, superintendent of the 
St. Mary's Pottawatomie manual labor school. 
No. 36. -Report of the Rev. John Jackson, superintendent of the 
Baptist Pottawatomie manual labor school. 
No. 37.--Report of B. F. Robinson, agent for the Delawares. 
No. 38.-Report of Maxwell McCaslin, agent for the Weas and Pian- 
keshaws, Kaskaskias and Peorias, and Miamies. 
No. 39.-Report of Burton A. James, agent for the Sacs and Foxes 
of Mississippi. 
No. 40.-Letter of Agent James, detailing an outrage committed 
upon the property of an Ottawa by an armed body of men. 
No. 41.-Resolution of the Ottawa council relative to difficulties in 
Kansas Territory. 
No. 42.-Report of John Montgomery, agent for the Kaws, or Kan- 
sas Indians. 
SOUTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 43.-Report of Superintendent Charles W. Dean. 
No. 44.-Report of Andrew J. Dorn, agent for the Osages, Senecas, 
Quapaws, and Senecas and Shawnees. 
No. 45.-Report of John Schoenmakers, superintendent of the Osage 
manual labor school. 
No. 46.-Report of George Butler, agent for the Cherokees. 
No. 4.-Report of John Harrell, missionary to the Cherokees. 
No. 48.-Report of W. A. Duncan, superintendent of Cherokee pub- 
lic schools. 
No. 49.-Report of William H. Garrett, agent for the Creeks. 
No. 50.-Report of Douglass H. Cooper, agent for the Choctaws and 
Chickasaws. 
No. 51.-Report of the Rev. C. Kingsbury, missionary to the Choc- 
taws. 
No. 52.-Report of the Rev. Cyrus Byington, missionary to the 
Choctaws. 
No. 53.-Report of T. W. Mitchell, superintendent of New Hope 
academy. 
No. 54.--Report of J. D. Chamberlain, superintendent of Iyanubi 
female academy. 
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