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Pension John A. Foreman

Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, January 23, 1871. SIR: In response to request of John A. Foreman, late major of the Third Regiment Indian Home Guards, who has been notified that an application for pension under No. 101123, in his behalf, is pending at the office of the...

Bounty Declaration of TILDA

Creek Agency, Creek Nation, March I1, 1870. Personally appeared before me, F. A. Field, Captain, United States Army, Indian agent Creek Nation, the undersigned, a Creek woman, and a widow of AR-HAR-LOC-YARHOLA, late of Company E, First Regiment Indian Home Guards, who...

Bounty Declaration of Sarah Jefferys

Creek Agency, December 30, 1869. SIR: I have the honor to report that Sarah Jefferys, widow of George Jefferys, Company G, Eighty-third Regiment, United States Colored Troops, and applied for her bounty, or the bounty her husband was entitled to for his services. She...

Seminole Revoke Power of Attorney

We-Wo-Ka, Seminole Nation, ss: Be it remembered that on this 14th day of September, A. D. 1567, before me, E. J. Brown, Acting United States agent for the Seminole Indians, personally came the persons mentioned below, who, being first by me duly sworn, and having the...

Bounty Pay letter for Tef-fah

Creek Agency, September 1, 1869. Sin: I have the honor to enclose herewith discharge and other papers of a Creek subject named Tef-fah. He says that the account of his retained pay is correct, but he further states that he is entitled to bounty, and as he has not...
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