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Dyer, Daniel B.



Daniel Dyer served in the Confederate Army under General Sterling Price during the U.S. Civil War. After the war he was involved with various U.S. Department of the Interior Indian Service agencies. He was the agent at the Quapaw Indian Agency from 1881-1884. He was a trader at the Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency in Darlington, Indian Territory (I.T., later Oklahoma), also serving as agent with that agency starting in 1884.

Found in 2 Records:

Daniel B. Dyer collection

Call Number: RH MS P21
Overview This collection consists of materials related to Daniel B. Dyer's career working as an Indian agent in Indian Territory (I.T., now Oklahoma), as well as some miscellaneous materials related to his service in the U.S. Civil War. Most of the collection is photographic in nature, though there is some handwritten correspondence, an address Dyer gave to the Sedalia, Missouri Daughters of the American Revolution chapter, and other manuscript items. Many of the items described in this inventory use...
Dates: 1884 - 1910

Samuel Johnson Crawford papers

Call Number: RH MS 31

The papers in the collection concern negotiations for settlement of a land sale in Oklahoma Territory for the Cheyenne and Arapaho. Crawford, along with Matt G. Reynolds of St. Louis, D. B. Dyer of Kansas City, and John D. Miles of Oklahoma, served as attorneys employed to prosecute a suit for the land by the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes. The correspondence is primarily between the four attorneys concerning their actions on behalf of the two tribes.

Dates: 1889 - 1892

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Arapaho Indians -- Indian Territory -- Government relations 1
Arapaho Indians -- Land tenure 1
Cherokee Indians -- Land tenure 1
Cheyenne Indians -- Indian Territory -- Government relations 1
Indian Territory -- History 1