Indians of North America -- Government relations -- 1789-1869.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
A 17-page typescript transcription of a May 1795 conference between the Cherokee Nation and the United States.
A handwritten diary, written between 1834 and 1838, by a Disbursing Agent for the removal of the Cherokee Indians from the southeastern United States. The diary follows the author's travels through the southeast in the time leading up to the removal and documents their work and interactions with the Cherokee people.
In this letter, Secretary of War J. C. Spencer asks Richard Smith, Esquire, to pay $5,034.07 in dividends on a loan made by several Indian tribes. These tribes, and the amounts due each of them, are listed at the end of the letter.
This collection consists of the full texts of HR757, HR845, and HR916 which deal with finances associated with Indian affairs and Tennessee soldiers from the Second Seminole War.