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Seneca Indians.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred Kingston to B. Fernow, 1881-12-07

 Item — Box 3: [Barcode: A000020957254], Folder: 13
Identifier: 1975.006.2.Seneca.001
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter from Alfred Kingston to B. Fernow (U.S. Department of Agriculture). In reference to a reproduction of the document, "America and West Indies, No. 121, Military 1763 to 1765," bearing the signatures and signs of Seneca chiefs.
Dates: 1881-12-07

C.E. Mix to J. Thompson, 1858-04-08

 Item — Box 3: [Barcode: A000020957254], Folder: 13
Identifier: 1975.006.2.Seneca.002
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter from Charles E. Mix (U.S. Indian Bureau) to Secretary of the Interior. Report on lands in Kansas given to New York Senecas under the treaty of 1838 and the possibility of a money settlement in its stead.
Dates: 1858-04-08

Indians of North America historical manuscripts and documents, 1724-1981

Identifier: 1975-006
Scope and Contents This artificial collection was brought together initially as the the old American Indian Law and History Collection from miscellaneous acquisitions that had accrued over twenty years of collecting. Later the collection's scope was broadened somewhat and the title was changed. It is presently a collection of historical documents, correspondence, photographs and ephemera relating to the governments, citizenship, and lands primarily of those tribes located in Oklahoma Indian Territory. The...
Dates: 1724 - 1981

Pond and Steedman Report, 1788-1792

Identifier: MC-1954-176
Scope and Contents Entitled "Peter Pond and William Steedman's communications to the Secretary of War, 1792," this is a report of their journey to Niagara, their experiences among the New York Indians, principally the Onondagas, Senecas, and Oneidas, and their account of a council meeting at Buffalo,

Attached to this report is a communication from the Governor of the Western Territory made in 1788 regarding settlement of the Indian Tribes north of the Ohio River.
Dates: 1788 - 1792

Red Jacket, Undated

 Item — Box 1: [Barcode: A000020957261], Folder: 9
Identifier: 1975.006.4.Seneca.001

Seneca Constitution, 1868-1898

Identifier: 143
Scope and Contents A Constitution of the Seneca Indian Tribe of 1869 and two amended editions, one is dated 1881, the other 1898. All are photostatic copies.
Dates: 1868 - 1898

Seneca Nation, Undated

 Item — Box 10: [Barcode: A000023243316], Folder: 8
Identifier: 1975.006.5.Seneca.001

Treaty of Eastern Indians, 1818-1826

Identifier: MS-157
Scope and Contents A treaty of several tribes (Seneca, Wyandot, Delaware, etc.) concluded at St. Mary's, Ohio, 1818, and was signed by Vice President Calhoun in 1826. Accompanying this treaty is a very large plat showing the allotment of lands. The plat is signed by Josua Meigs, Surveyor-General of the United States.
Dates: 1818 - 1826