Faulk, Andrew Jackson, 1814-1898 : Andrew Jackson Faulk Letters and Speeches, 1862-1870
- Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1862-1870, of A.J. Faulk, written chiefly during his 1867-1869 governorship of the Dakota Territory concerning U.S. government's intention to stop a proposed expedition to explore and settle unceded Black Hills Indian lands, the Indian Peace Commission, the mustering of volunteer cavalry, appropriations for the relief of destitute upper Missouri tribes, etc. Also, Dec. 1867 annual address to the territorial legislature discussing, among many issues, the Black Hills, the Indian Peace Commission, and the future of the Indian.
Extent: 0.2 linear feet - (4 folders)
Subjects: Indians and the West, Politics
Call Number: Ayer MS 3070
The Andrew Jackson Faulk Letters and Speeches are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 1 box at a time (Priority III).