In the letter Dale discusses the appointment of men to military and public offices. He also mentions that "Mr Files gives mee some infermation of Mjr Davis having killed and taken some Indians." [Original spelling retained.]
In the letter Dale discusses several scouting expeditions he has made recently, and he reports that "I am under a full belief there is no Indians of the disaffected in this quarter." He then asks about the future of the fort he established in...
In the letter Smith discusses two orders for pea jackets: 53 jackets for his own servants and 20 for the servants of his sister-in-law, Mrs. D. A. Hall. The heights and waist measurements of each servant are given for both orders.
From Claiborne's preface to the work: "As originally written, the narrative was almost literally in his [Dale's] own words. In the present memoir I have preserved his language in many parts, and faithfully expressed his opinions." The first passage...
The certificate declares that Hayes "has become a Qualified Elector as provided by the Constitution." Such documents were issued to white males who might have been disqualified from voting by the requirements in the 1901 constitution; in many cases...
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