The Serial Set is a compilation of U.S. Congressional publications published by the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives about the bills and resolutions involved in lawmaking. It also includes reports of executive departments, government-funded institutions, and other independent organizations. Documents in the Serial Set are arranged in numeric series chronologically (not topically). This collection offers detailed contemporaneous documentation of political, military, and governmental activities related to indigenous peoples of the continental United States and Alaskan territory during the 19th century. These government documents were scanned from the print collections of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the University of Oklahoma Libraries. They were identified using Steven L. Johnson’s bibliography, Guide to American Indian Documents in the Congressional Serial Set: 1817-1899, published by Clearwater Publishing Company in 1977. Permission for use of descriptive subject annotations was granted by ProQuest LLC as successor in title to ownership of this publication. Individuals responsible for creating the database are Marilyn K. Nicely, Retired Law Librarian for Native American Digitization at the University of Oklahoma Donald E. Pray Law Library; Steve Beleu, retired librarian, Oklahoma Department of Libraries; Jeffrey Wilhite, Documents Librarian at the University of Oklahoma Libraries; Elaine B. Bradshaw, Librarian and Digital Repository Manager, University of Oklahoma Donald E. Pray Law Library; and student workers, Sarah K. Capps and Jared Johnson.

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Submissions from 1837

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Horses and other property lost in the military service.

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Hostilities with Creek Indians. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 1st of July last, in relation to the hostilities then existing with the Creek Indians, &c. &c

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H. W. Russel

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H. W. Russel (to accompany bill H. R. no. 830).

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Impressment of property, and Indian depredations in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.

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Indiana militia (to accompany bill H. R. no. 917).

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Inhabitants of St. Augustine, Florida

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Isaac Wellborn, Jr

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Jacob Houseman

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James Baker

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James L. Kenner

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James McPherson.

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John B. Perkins

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John McCormick

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John Wilson

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Leslie Malone

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Milley Yates

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Officers resigned in 1836, and companies employed in Seminole war

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Randolph Carter

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Report : Mr. Sevier

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[ Res. No. 1 ]

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Road -- Memphis to Fort Gibson (to accompany bill H. R. no. 947).

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Samuel Miller

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Survey of lands in Illinois and Missouri. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, accompanied by a report from the Surveyor General of Illinois and Missouri, in reference to surveys in those states

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Sylvester Tiffany (to accompany bill H. R. no. 831).

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Tennessee volunteers (to accompany bill H. R. no. 916).

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Thomas F. McCanless

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Thomas T. Triplett

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Wilkes County, Georgia -- Advances -- Indian war.

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William Bowman

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William Bowman (to accompany bill H. R. no. 859).

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William Purcell.

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Willis Stephens

Submissions from 1838

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Abraham H. Kingsley

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Abraham Tipton

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Additional land districts -- Wisconsin

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A.J. Pickett and George W. Gayle, aids-de-camp to Governor C. C. Clay.

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Alabama -- Captain Park's Company.

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Alexander Watson.

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Alfred Westfall.

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Andrew Rembert.

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Ann Ross.

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Ann S. Heileman.

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Archibald R. S. Hunter.

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Avery, Saltmarsh, & Co

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Bartholomew E. Vroman

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Basil Brown.

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Benjamin Murphy.

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Caleb Atwater.

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Captain James Hunter

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Certain settlers in Tennessee.

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City of Augusta, Georgia.

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Colonel John Lowry.

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Colonel Joseph Brown

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Cornelius Taylor.

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Daniel Mckinney

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Daniel Newman

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Daniel Snider

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Dempsey Collins.

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Document in relation to the claim of Ephraim Sprague, for remuneration for property lost in the campaign against the Sac and Indians in 1832

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Documents in relation to the validity of the Cherokee Treaty of 1835

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Documents relating to the bill (S. 1) "Providing for the reduction and graduation of the price of the public lands."

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Documents relating to the bill (S. 239) "to establish a foundry; an armory in the West; arsenals in the states in which none have yet been established; and depots for arms in certain states and territories".

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Dr. James H. Cheears's legal representatives.

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Dr. Wm. J. J. Morrow.

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Elam Higley.

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Elisha Bently

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Estimate of appropriations for 1839

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Frances Jones, widow of John Jones.

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Geo. C. Johnson

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George and James Anderson.

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George Fisher.

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George Moffit, deceased -- heirs of.

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Heirs of James Caller, assignee of Joseph Anderson.

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Henry Bush

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Henry Gratiot -- administrators of.

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Hiram K. Turk

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Hosea Neale -- widow of.

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Illinois -- sufferers from Indians.

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Improvements lost by treaty with Choctaw Indians

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Indiana Militia.

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Indian depredations.

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Indian trust funds.

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Isaac N. Piggott.

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Jacob Becker

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Jacob Hanks.

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James Brown -- representatives of

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Jemison and Williamson.

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John Dougherty

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John L. Allen

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John L. McCarty.

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John McCartney.

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Joseph Dukes

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Joseph E. Pomar.

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Josephine Nourse.

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Joseph M. Hernandez.

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Joseph S. Milligan and Philip D. Meroney.

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Joseph W. Knipe.

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Josias E. Vroman

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Lands to organized militiamen, &c