Indian affairs in Oregon and Washington territories, &c.

message from the President of the United States
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Indians of North America -- Oregon., Indians of North America -- Washington (S
Statementby James Buchanan.
SeriesDoc. / 35th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives. Executive -- no. 112., House document (United States. Congress (35th, 1st session : 1857-1858). House) -- 35th Congress, 1st session, no. 112.
ContributionsBuchanan, James, 1791-1868.
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ISBN 100877704406

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The era of the treaty wars in Washington Territory lasted from Territorial Governor and Superintendent of Indian Affairs Isaac Stevens () ordered the building of forts and blockhouses to provide settlers safe refuge. Blockhouses were erected in settler communities around the territory.

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This collection of letters to Wallace from Indian Agents and a military commander describes the status of various Native American tribes in Washington, Oregon and Idaho territories as well as specifically addressing conflicts within the Nez Perce following the Treaty of which severely reduced reservation lands.

Background. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) was created in to regulate contacts between Native Americans and settlers.

Territorial governors often served as ex officio superintendents of Indian affairs, and had a general responsibility for Indian affairs in a territory or other political region. In this capacity, they would help negotiate treaties and clear titles to land. "Indian Affairs in Oregon and Washington Territories" Pioneer and Democrat, 11/6/, Page 1, Column 1; Battle of White River "Outbreak of the Indians West of the Cascades—Murders Committed" Puget Sound Courier, 11/16/, Page 2, Column 3 "Battle of White River—Further Details of the War" Puget Sound Courier, 11/16/, Page 2, Column 3.

The Territory of Washington was an organized from a portion of Oregon Territory on February 8, Less than a month later, Isaac Stevens, a military officer and firm supporter of Franklin Pierce’s candidacy for President inwas appointed as the new territory’s first governor on March 2, Indian territory: compiled under the direction of the Hon.

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Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon. He became a proponent of American Indian interests in the Northwest, including Northern California. Appointed in as chairman of the Modoc Peace Commission, he was severely wounded during a surprise attack on April 11 by warriors, Children: Clara Belle Meacham, George Ferree Meacham, Elinor "Nellie" Frances Meacham.

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Excerpts from Governor Stevens' much longer report giving his initial impression of the Indians in Washington Territory and outlining his proposed plans and policies for treaty-making.

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Floyd of various documen. InAnson Dart (), of Wisconsin, was appointed as the first superintendent of Indian Affairs for the Oregon Territory. He received his instructions on Jand arrived in Oregon in October with his secretary, P.

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