3 edition of Claims for Indian Depredations in New Mexico. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 376.) found in the catalog.
Claims for Indian Depredations in New Mexico. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 376.)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
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Indian depredations in Texas: reliable accounts of battles, wars, adventures, forays, murders, massacres, etc., together with biographical sketches of many of the most noted Indian fighters and frontiersmen of Texas by Wilbarger, J. W. (John Wesley), b. Records of the Committee on Indian Depredations, The Committee on Indian Depredations was created by a Senate resolution on Ma , and superseded a select committee on Indian depredations that had been established in to deal with the increased volume of Indian depredation claims. The committee was terminated by approval of S. Res. 43, 67th Cong., on .
Frontier Regulars: The United States Army and the Indian, Macmillan, New York. Frontiersmen in Blue: The United States Army and the Indian, Macmillan, New York. Wooster, Robert History of Fort Davis, Texas. Division of History, Southwest Cultural Resources Center, Southwest Region, National Park Service. Here is an article that appeared in an Texas newspaper. A little remedy against Indian arrows. Take about 16 or 24 sheets of common blotting paper; lay between them some thin layers of cotton or silk; make a kind of jacket of it to be put on in the moment of danger, and you will be invulnerable from the chin to the leg, from the most of Indian arrows and even bullets.
MEXICAN ARCHIVES OF NEW MEXICO (MANM), , from the NMSRCA, non-land papers, administration, legislative, local governments, judicial, military, Indian affairs, and some period newspapers. Finding guide at CSWR Anderson CD N41 3, 43 reels at : Nancy Brown-Martinez. Indian Depredations in Texas--Suffereings of the Settlers. The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from Ma , Page 2 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine.
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Indian Depredation Claims Paperback – January 1, by Indian Depredations (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Indian Depredations. The acts that sanctioned a depredation claim system were a windfall for dishonest people. Swindling the government by accusing Indians of robbery and murder, and profiting from it, was a key cause in the Indian wars in New Mexico Territory and may very well be established as a key cause of most of the Indian wars of the nineteenth century.” 5/5(5).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watts, John S. (John Sebrie), Indian depredations in New Mexico.
Washington, Printed by Gideon. The first of such legislation is found in the act of (1 United States Statutes, ), which provided that if the Indians took or destroyed property the owner should present his claim to the superintendent or agent of the tribe charged, who would demand satisfaction from the Indians, if it was not made within 18 months, the superintendent or agent was to report the claim and his.
Indian depredations in New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Watts, J: Place Published: Washington, DC: Publisher: Territorial Press: Year: Keywords: Indians of North America – Claims, Indians of North America – New Mexico – Government relations: Kit Carson Museum, UNM Center for Southwest Research, Harwood Museum Library.
Indian Depredations in Texas, by J.W. Wilbarger. Joseph Lee Coming to the Rescue of Judge Jaynes' Family, Click on image for larger image and transcript. During an Indian attack on Austin, Judge Jaynes and his hired hand were killed, his infant son. History. The Committee on Indian Depredations was created by a Senate resolution on Maand superseded a select committee on Indian depredations that had been established in to deal with the increased volume of Indian depredation claims.
Indian depredations in New Mexico: memorial of the legislature of the Territory of New Mexico, praying that the commander of that district may be authorized to call out volunteers to punish Indian depredations: Publication Type: Book: Authors: New Mexico Legislative Assembly, Place Published: Washington, DC: Year: Keywords.
Indian Depredations in Texas book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This volume, first published inis one of the mos /5. Indian game, (from quail to tiger) ().
This book, Indian game, by William Rice, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it Brand: Ravenio Books.
Depredation and Deceit: The Making of the Jicarilla and Ute Wars in New Mexico. University of Oklahoma Press, $ ISBN Gregory F. Michno's book fills an important historiographical gap in New Mexico's history regarding Native American tribes and related Indian policies during New Mexico’s early Anglo-Author: Joseph Sánchez.
Inwhen this book was first published, the depredations of the Indians upon the Texas settlements were still of recent memory, and the accounts still possess freshness and occasional ironic humor, despite the passage of over a century.
Depredation claims were filed by nearly settlers after the uprising for losses and damages. These documents are priceless as they give first-hand slices of the life of our ancestors. These claims itemize the losses of their cabins, crops, animals, tools, clothes. Colorado historian Jeff Broome’s latest Indian wars book relates Plains Indian depredations and settlers' claims during the Cheyenne War Kellen Cutsforth Jeff Broome thoroughly researched Indian depredation claims at the National Archives, and took on all critics, to put together his new book, Cheyenne War.
INDIAN DEPREDATIONS IN TEXAS by J.W. Wilbarger Ref: Rev. Jonas Dancer & Matilda Friend The following is a chapter recorded in a book written by a Texas Ranger, J.W. Wilbarger, using his notes, his accounts and accounts of other Rangers and citizens from the era of the settling and pioneering of the Republic, and later, the state of Size: KB.
Gregory F. Michno examines the Jicarilla and Ute wars of – against a backdrop of fear and deceit in New Mexico Territory. The federal trade and intercourse laws, intended to regulate exchange between Indians and non-Indians, allowed money to be deducted from a tribe’s annuity to pay claims for livestock and other property : Sherry Robinson.
Case files, Court of Private Land Claims in New Mexico, (in Santa Fe). Spanish and Mexican land grant and related records, (in Santa Fe). Microfilm Publications: M Maps (10, items, in Denver): Township survey plats, (7, items).
Plats of private land claims within Pueblo Indian grants, ca. ( Indian massacre ofdepicted as a woodcut by Matthäus Merian, In the history of the European colonization of the Americas, an atrocity termed "Indian massacre" is a specific incident wherein a group of people (military, mob or other) deliberately kill a significant number of relatively defenseless people — usually civilian noncombatants — or to the summary execution of.
Buy Indian Depredations in Texas by J W Wilbarger online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now. NEW-ORLEANS, Tuesday, Oct. Advices from Texas state that the Indian depredations in that State continue, and that Gen. HOUSTON has ordered a company of sixty mounted riflemen to the frontier.
Depredation and Deceit: The Making of the Jicarilla and Ute Wars in New Mexico, by Gregory F. Michno, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman,$ Yes, there were violent deaths, too, but depredation and deceit were the bigger D’s on the –55 New Mexico frontier.Get this from a library!
Claims of Mexican citizens against the United States for Indian depredations: being the opinion of the Mexican Commissioner in the Joint Claims Commission, under the convention of July 4,between Mexico and the United States. [Francisco Gómez Palacio; United States and Mexican Claims Commission.].indian depredations in texas published by j.
w. wilbarger of austin, texas in (this portion written by james t. deshields, page ).