REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR [JEFFERSON DAVIS] ... CALLING FOR COPIES OF ALL THE LETTERS OF THE GOVERNOR OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY ... AND COPIES OF ALL THE CORRESPONDENCE RELATIVE TO THE INDIAN DISTURBANCES IN THE TERRITORIES OF WASHINGTON AND OREGON.; 34th Congress, 1st Session, Exec. Doc. No. 66, Senate. Washington, Oregon Territories.

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR [JEFFERSON DAVIS] ... CALLING FOR COPIES OF ALL THE LETTERS OF THE GOVERNOR OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY ... AND COPIES OF ALL THE CORRESPONDENCE RELATIVE TO THE INDIAN DISTURBANCES IN THE TERRITORIES OF WASHINGTON AND OREGON.; 34th Congress, 1st Session, Exec. Doc. No. 66, Senate.

(Washington): s.n. 1856. First Edition. Removed. 68pp, drop-title, neatly removed from a nonce volume. 9" x 5.5" Very Good. Item #038896

This pamplet prints correspondence among the Governors of Washington & Oregon Territories and General Wool, concerning the Indian War that broke out in 1855. Wool is pilloried for not providing the settlers with adequate protection from Indian depredations.

Price: $75.00

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