Condition of the Indian Tribes; Report of the Joint Special Committee, Appointed Under Joint Resolution of March 3, 1865 with an Appendix

Condition of the Indian Tribes; Report of the Joint Special Committee, Appointed Under Joint Resolution of March 3, 1865 with an Appendix

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ...and the other captured. July 10.--Lieutenant Antonio Abeyta, lst.cavalry Now Mexico volunteers, while en route from Fort Wingato to Los Pinos, New Mexico, with twenty-six Navajo and Feven Apache Indian prisoners, came upon a party of Navajocs at Fish spring, numbering three hundred and seventy-five, coming in to surrender themselves and go to the reservation. These Indians had in ttieir possession three hundred horses, sixteen mules, one thousand and eightyfive sheep, and three hundred and fifty goats. This party was turned over to the commanding officer at Los Pinos. July--.--Captain Saturuino Baca, 1st cavalry New Mexico volunteers, with fifty-three enlisted men, left Fort Canby on the 9th instant, on a scout after Indians. Marched to the Little Colorado river. He returned to Fort Canby on the 21st instant. On this scout six Indians were killed and six taken prisoners, two horses and two mules captured, and large quantities of corn, wheat, beans, &c, destroyed. August 1.--Captain T. X-Tidball, 5th infantry California volunteers, returned from a stout of twenty-three days. He reports that he saw but few Indians, and killed but one--an Apache chief called "Old Plume." August 1.--Four Mexican citizens are reported as having been killed by the Apache Indians at the Conchas. August 1.--Twelve hundred and nine Navajocs and twelve Apaches left Los Pinos, New Mexico, for the Bosque Redondo. These Indians had in their possession three hundred and fifty-seven horses, nineteen mules, and two thousand and five sheep and goats. August 3.--A band of Apache Indians, having captives, sheep, horses, burros and cattle, were discovered near Alamo Gordo by Delgadito Chiquito, Navajo chief, who sent a messenger to Fort Sumnor to inform the commanding...show more

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  • 9781236546616