Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting report of the Adjutant-General, dated the 15th instant, inclosing copies of reports from the Commanding Generals of the divisions of the Missouri and the Pacific, giving the desired information called for in Senate resolution of January 30, 1882, calling for the number of Indians held as prisoners, under orders from the War Department, &c
Indian Prisoners.  Held at Forts Randall, Keogh, Union, Lowell, Leavenworth, and Davis by order of the War Dept.; Sioux, Mescalero Apaches, Paiutes, Apaches. Siletz, Nez Perce, and Cheyennes confined; reasons why they are being held.
Johnson's Bibliographic Reference
Serial Set Citation
Apache Indians - Prisoners of the U.S. * Apache Indians, Mescalero - Prisoners of U.S. * Cheyenne Indians - Prisoners of U.S. * Military Posts - Fort Davis * Military Posts - Fort Keogh * Military Posts - Fort Leavenworth * Military Posts - Fort Lowell * Military Posts - Fort Randall * Military Posts - Fort Union * Nez Perce Indians - Prisoners of U.S. * Paiute Indians - Prisoners of U.S. * Prisoners * Siletz Indians * Sioux Indians - Prisoners of U.S.
Senate Executive Document
Congressional Document Number
S. Exec. Doc. No. 120, 47th Cong., 1st Sess. (1882)
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