Indians Hostile on Western Frontier. Letter from The Secretary of War, Upon the Subject of a Hostile Disposition Upon the part of the Indians on the Western Frontier. June 18, 1838.


Streeter: “This relates to the disturbances by Indians on the south side of the Red River near Fort Towson, over which both Texas and the United States claimed jurisdiction at this time. It is reported that the population bordering on the Red River had greatly increased in the last year.”


Description: Indians Hostile on Western Frontier. Letter from The Secretary of War, Upon the Subject of a Hostile Disposition Upon the part of the Indians on the Western Frontier. June 18, 1838.

[Washington, D.C.] House of Representatives Doc. 434. 25th Congress, 2d Session. 1838. 10pages. Disbound and removed, else very good condition.

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STREETER 1336. RADER 3493. GILCREASE-HARGRETT p201.


Price: $150.00

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