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Records of the Nevada Superintendency of Indian Affairs 1869-1870.

United States. National Archives and Records Service.

Records of the Nevada Superintendency of Indian Affairs 1869-1870.

by United States. National Archives and Records Service.

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Published by National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Office of Indian Affairs -- Nevada Superintendency -- Records and correspondence -- Microform catalogs.,
  • Indians of North America -- Nevada -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Microform catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreBibliography, Microform catalogs.
    SeriesNational Archives microfilm publications. Pamphlet describing -- M 837, National Archives microfilm publications -- M 837.
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Indian Affairs
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22396598M

    This is the second book compiled by Jeff Bowen in a series of Native American sources based on records submitted by Native Americans to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The author, who was responsible for having the National Archives microfilm the collection, has here transcribed an additional manuscript pages consisting of verbatim wills. Records of the Nevada Superintendency of Indian Affairs, (EUx) Records of the New Mexico Superintendency of Indian Affairs, (EUx a) Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior relating to .

    The Carson Valley Agency was established in for the Paiute and Washo Indians in the western part of the Territory. In it was transferred to the Nevada Superintendency. The Utah Superintendency was abolished in Thereafter the Uintah Agent reported direct to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington. History [edit | edit source]. The Arkansas Superintendency of Indian Affairs was established in After the Superintendency was abolished in , the few agencies remaining in Arkansas were then placed under the Western Superintendency of Indian Affairs.. Records for Superintendencies exist in the National Archives and copies of many of them are also .

    Records created by the Pueblo and Jicarilla Indian Agencies, ; Records of the New Mexico Superintendency of Indian Affairs, ; School attendance and general correspondence files, ; Unpublished materials, ; A visit to the aboriginal ruins in the valley of the Rio Pecos. Indian Tribes Associated With This Agency [edit | edit source]. Paiute; Shoshone; Washo; History [edit | edit source]. The Carson Valley Agency was established in under the Utah primary responsibility was for the Paiute and Washo Indians in what became Western Valley Agency was transferred to the Nevada Superintendency in , when Nevada .


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Records of the Nevada Superintendency of Indian Affairs 1869-1870 by United States. National Archives and Records Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.] -- The principal tribes living in Nevada were the Paiute, Washo, and Shoshoni. The agencies were the Nevada Agency serving Paiute and Washo Indians and the South East Nevada Agency or Pi-Ute Agency.

BIA Records: Nevada. This guide is arranged geographically by state and thereunder contains a listing of tribes and bands living within that state’s borders.

Under each entry for a tribe or band is a list of the BIA offices which had a jurisdictional relationship with that tribe, and for which the National Archives holds records.

Records of the Nevada Superintendent of Indian Affairs,are at the National Archives and have been microfilmed as their Microcopy Number M Copies are also available at the San Francisco Regional Archives.

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Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Records of the Office of the Regional Director, Region IV (Western Region), San Francisco, The region was established in to serve Alaska, Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, the Northern Mariana Islands, Oregon, and Washington.

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Extract from the report of the secretary of the Interior relative to the report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, pp. [3] Report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, pp. [5] [Contents] List of papers accompanying the report of the commissioner of Indian affairs forpp.

Oregon superintendency, pp. National Archives and Records (NARA) microfilm () - document lists Indian Census rolls, letters sent and received by the Office of Indian Affairs - Nevada Superintendency, records of the Nevada and Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, and Superintendents' annual narrative and statistical reports from field jurisdictions of the Author: Joy Holt.

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Under each entry for a tribe or band is a list of the BIA offices which had a jurisdictional relationship with that tribe, and for which the National Archives holds records.

NARA Series M2, Microcopy of Records of the Oregon Superintendency of Indian AffairsReel 12; Letters ReceivedNo. The letter is undated, but was filed with letters from Records of the Nevada Superintendency The Nevada Superintendency was established in and remained in operation until There are records of the superintendency, however, for only the period of service of the last superintendent, Maj.

Henry Douglas, The superintendency headquarters was at Carson City. Superintendents of Indian Affairs for a specific locality existed from approximately untilwhen the last Superintendency was abolished. Afteragents of the Bureau of Indian Affairs reported directly to the Commissioner's Office in Washington, DC, at least until the BIA created Area Offices.

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NARA Series M2, Microcopy of Records of the Oregon Superintendency of Indian AffairsReel 7; Letter Books F, pages The original letter is found in NARA Series M2, Microcopy of Records of the. NARA Series M2, Microcopy of Records of the Oregon Superintendency of Indian AffairsReel 10; Letter Books I, pages Original letter (with the same elisions) on NARA Series M Letters Received by the Office of Indian AffairsReel Oregon Superintendency,frames.

Book Description: This compilation of Dale Morgan's historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails. Three connected works by Morgan are included: First is his classic article on the history of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs.On this series of microcopy are reproduced the records of the Central Superintendency of Indian Affairs,and some of its predecessors, the St.

Louis Superintendency, Also included are a few of the records principally related to .Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hill, Edward E. Office of Indian Affairs, New York, Clearwater Pub. Co. [] (OCoLC)