Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Carbon copy typed and signed letter from Claude N. Bennett, (Congressional Inforamtion Bureau, Bond Building) to George B. Hufford regarding an inquiry into a matter involving an unidentified Shoshone band alleged to have created a disturbance in Nevada.
Carbon copy typed and signed letter from E.D. Kelley (Surveyor-General, State of Nevada) to George B. Hufford (Laredo, Texas) in response to an inquiry about a government agent named Ferguson and his involvement in Indian land depredations.
Carbon copy typed and signed letter from Mansfield, McMurray & Cornish (legal counsel for the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations) to George B. Hufford regarding Shoshone [?] applications for Choctaw citizenship.
Handwritten and signed letter from Thomas Jefferson Tennant (Carson Light and Power Co., Carson City, Nevada) to George B. Hufford regarding Indian land depredations.
Carbon copy typed and signed letter from W.A. Jones (Commissioner, Office of Indian Affairs) to George B. Hufford (Laredo, Texas) in response to request for a copy of an Act of 3 Mar 1891 providing for the adjudication and payment of claims arising from Indian depredations.
Washakie: An Account of Indian Resistance of the Covered Wagon and Union Pacific Railroad Invasions of Their Territory: Unbound typescript with autograph revisions, corrections, and editor's marks, and additional text pasted on. Included are specimen copies of the frontispiece; title page; preliminary pages; table of contents; list of illustrations; illustrations; and bibliography; with further autograph revisions and corrections.