In the Senate of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, in answer to the resolution of the Senate of January 29, 1894, calling for advice relative to pensions issued on account of services in David West's Company B, in the battalion regiment of Arkansas Volunteers, commanded by Lieut. Col. William Gray, called into the service of the United States under act of Congress approved May 13, 1846, and transmitting a copy of a letter, and inclosures, from the Commissioner of Pensions.
Pensions for Service in the Arkansas Volunteers. 12 Feb. SED 40, 53-2, v1, 6p.  Stationed at Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; 1846-47.
Johnson's Bibliographic Reference
Serial Set Citation
Claims and Pensions, Indian War - Indian Territory * Military Posts - Fort Gibson
Senate Executive Document
Congressional Document Number
S. Exec. Doc. No. 40, 53rd Cong., 2nd Sess. (1894)
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