Congressional Edition Volume 5260

Congressional Edition Volume 5260

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...result of my effort to go over the reservation, in anticipation of just such a controversy as the matter has caused. If it had not been put in documentary form, there might now be a dispute as to whether I actually got to the agency or not. I fail to see how this record puts "the Department in a false position," even if it is difficult for its subordinates to explain away the incident. The matter has been submitted to the Secretary of the Interior for such action as he may see fit to take in the premises. Incidentally, I would call attention to the fact that this attempt to discredit me is in keeping with the attacks that have been made on all those whom I know of (outside of official circles) who have sought to secure a fair hearing for the Crow Indians. The Chairman. Mrs. Grey, have you any further statement to make? Mrs. Grey. It is not a statement, but simply denials of some statements made by Mr. Dalby yesterday. The Chairman. You may proceed. Mrs. Grey. Replying to Mr. Dalby, he is right in saving Lodge E'ass is nearer Gordon's than Wvola, as I stated. I did not go to odgegrass, as it is the place of the trader's is there and I wished to return as quietly as possible to Gordon's and so wrote the Indians, who met me with a carriage at Wyola. I believe the session of the grand jury referred to by Mr. Dalby at which I said I should have been presented was ended July 12, about a week after the conversation. The arrest I refer to as the "fifth arrest," I was placed under $300 bail. I gave the bail and was immediately arrested by service of the next charge and the bail fixed at $1,500. I attach my card to show that at this time I considered Wyoming my home. I had been subjected to such a deluge of slander, (see letters...
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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 25mm | 875g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236901703
  • 9781236901705