|Scope & Content||
25th Congress; 2nd Session. Senate; Message from the President of the U.S.Adjustment of claims to reservations under the 14th Article; treaty of 1830 with the Choctaw Indians [at Dancing Rabbit Creek].
The treaty at Dancing Rabbit Creek resulted in promises to the Choctaw about reservation lands. Now they want "adjustments" and this Gov't imprint of 28pp deals with the matter of granting them land. A "tag-along" inclusion in this discussion is the question of Mississippi Indian Agents wanting to know if they get paid from the time they leave home or when they arrive on the job.
|Title||Message from the President of the United States, in Compliance with a Resolution of the Senate of the 13th October, 1837, in Relation to the Adjustment of Claims to Reservations Under the 14th Article of the Treaty of 1830, with the Choctaw Indians|
|Size||9''h x 5.75''w|