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Cheyenne and Arapaho Upper Arkansas Agency records

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: RH MS E60

Accounts book and ledger maintained at the Cheyenne and Arapaho Upper Arkansas Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory, 1869-1875. More than a simple accounts book, this manuscript lists letters received at the agency from July 16, 1869 to June 20, 1870 with notes regarding their contents, inventories of rations, records of substanence issued listing the name of the recipients, and records of supplies delivered by contractors.

Dates: 1869 - 1875

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

Letters of Sallie J. Williams

Call Number: RH MS P188

Letters written to Sallie Williams from a daughter, her husband J.F. Williams, and other various relatives.

Dates: 1873 - 1896

Re-creation of William Bent of Bent's Fort and the Sand Creek massacre

 Collection — Folder: 1
Call Number: RH MS P425

The collection contains a photocopy of a typed transcription of Ms. Balster's oral account of the events leading up to the battle at Sand Creek and the subsequent investigations by the government. Included are photocopies of pictures of Bent's Fort, William Bent, a "100 Day Volunteer" recruiting poster, Col. John M. Chivington, an oil painting, "The Battle of Sand Creek," by Robert Lindneux, a Cheyenne brave and a map of The Plains, 1850-1860.

Dates: 1981