Found in 3 Records:
Business papers and correspondence of James William Denver from 1839-1912. Includes a diary dated May 20, 1850-September 5, 1850, with miscellaneous notes.
This collection is compiled into 23 volumes of correspondence, documents, and other records primarily about the Delaware Nation; other Native American groups are included as they relate to the Delaware. The correspondence includes letters on file in the Office of Indian Affairs, reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and letters answered by the commissioner. Documents include federal legislation and legal documents filed in the United States Court of Claims.
These two letters from U.S. Marshall S. F. Neely, District of Kansas, are written to Leavenworth, Kansas attorney Edwin L. Carney, a son of second Governor of Kansas Thomas Carney. Neely's letters to Carney seek payment of costs billed to him for a Wyandotte County, Kansas citation issued in the case of the United States vs. The Black Bob Band of Shawnee Indians.