Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of January 31, 1867, information in relation to the condition of the Indians now located in the vicinity of Lake Traverse and Fort Wadsworth, Dakota Territory, at the outbreak in Minnesota in 1862, the part they took in connection with that outbreak, and the cause of their being permitted to remain near the Minnesota frontier.
Letter on Indians in Dakota Territory. 7 Feb. SED 22, 39-2, v2, 12p.  Condition of Sioux near Lake Traverse and Fort Wadsworth in Dakota; the part they played in the Sioux outbreak of 1862 in Minnesota; cause of their being permitted to remain on the Minnesota frontier.
Johnson's Bibliographic Reference
Serial Set Citation
Sioux Indians - Condition * Sioux Indians - Depredations and Hostilities
Senate Executive Document
Congressional Document Number
S. Exec. Doc. No. 22, 39th Cong., 2nd Sess. (1867)
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