1 edition of List of Indian depredation cases pending found in the catalog.
List of Indian depredation cases pending
United States. Court of claims. [from old catalog]
|LC Classifications||E98.C62 U54 1916|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||17022207|
indian depredations in texas published by j. w. wilbarger of austin, texas in (this portion written by james t. deshields, page ). INDIAN DEPREDATIONS IN TEXAS by J.W. Wilbarger Ref: Rev. Jonas Dancer & Matilda Friend The following is a chapter recorded in a book written by a Texas Ranger, J.W. Wilbarger, using his notes, his accounts and accounts of other Rangers and citizens from the era of the settling and pioneering of the Republic, and later, the state of Size: KB.
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The first of such legislation is found in the act of (1 United States Statutes, ), which provided that if the Indians took or destroyed property the owner should present his claim to the superintendent or agent of the tribe charged, who would demand satisfaction from the Indians, if it was not made within 18 months, the superintendent or agent was to report the claim and his.
List of Indian depredation cases pending by United States. Court of claims. [from old catalog] Publication date Publisher Washington [Govt. print. off.] Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Library of Congress Language : Indian artifacts are still to be found almost everywhere in Texas.
This book made me rethink those artifacts with a new appreciation. The Kindle version has the usual typos, and the stories are not very chronological, but the gist and germ is all there. A long book which makes for a long leisurely read. Enjoy the history lesson from the front /5().
Indian Depredation Claims, (LEGAL HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA) [Skogen, Larry C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Indian Depredation Claims, (LEGAL HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA)Cited by: 3. History. The Committee on Indian Depredations was created by a Senate resolution on Maand superseded a select committee on Indian depredations that had been established in to deal with the increased volume of Indian depredation claims.
The Interior Department has called the attention of Congress to a proposed amendment of the act of March 3,for the settlement of Indian depredation claims. Define depredation. depredation synonyms, depredation pronunciation, depredation translation, English dictionary definition of depredation.
List of Indian depredation cases pending book prime articles of Indian wealth, and objects of Indian depredation. Each warrior has his horse tied by one foot at night to a stake planted before his lodge.
View in context. These form objects of. Indian Depredation Claims Judgement List. List of Judgements in Indian Depredation Claims. Letter from the Acting Attorney-General, Transmitting List of Judgements in Indian Depredation Claims, Washington, D.
C., December 2, Includes Amount of Claimed, Date and Amount of Judgement. The United States Code is meant to be an organized, logical compilation of the laws passed by Congress. At its top level, it divides the world of legislation into fifty topically-organized Titles, and each Title is further subdivided into any number of logical subtopics.
Inwhen this book was first published, the depredations of the Indians upon the Texas settlements were still of recent memory, and the accounts still possess freshness and occasional ironic humor, despite the passage of over a century.
Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. With a Concise History of the Indian War of New England FromOfficial Lists of Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony Serving in Philip's List of Indian Depredation Cases Pending by United States Court of Claims.
Some Prominent Virginia Families by. Records of the Committee on Indian Depredations, The Committee on Indian Depredations was created by a Senate resolution on Maand superseded a select committee on Indian depredations that had been established in to deal with the increased volume of Indian depredation claims.
The committee was terminated by approval of S. Res. 43, 67th Cong., on. A list of claims referred to the Court of Claims under the provisions of the Bowman Act by the Committee on war claims List of judgments of the Court of Claims in Indian Depredation cases paid - List of Indian depredation cases pending (USA) Includes "Supplement to History of Indian depredations by Gottfredson." 16,  p Bound in blue cloth; white stamped title on front and spine; red, white and blue flag on the front Americana/Rare and stacks copies 2 and 3 have plates throughout text, with stack copies lacking some plates.
Amendment to Indian Depredation Act by United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Indian Depredations; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Claims, Expenditures, Public, Indians of North America, Public Expenditures. Back in the late s Congress passed a law that allowed American citizens to make claims against Indian tribes for property that was damaged or stolen in Indian raids.
Requirements were tweaked over the decades, and Broome’s latest book, Cheyenne War: Indian Raids on the Roads to Denver,attempts to capture and record some of. of depredation, &c.,-and prepared by the Office of Indian Affairs, in compliance with request of Subcommittee of Indian Affairs, House of Representatives, dated February 6, This list is a continuation of those reported to Congress January 9.
Doc. 65, 43d Congress, 2d session), and March Depredation claims were filed by nearly settlers after the uprising for losses and damages. These documents are priceless as they give first-hand slices of the life of our ancestors. These claims itemize the losses of their cabins, crops, animals, tools, clothes.
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Indian depredations in Texas reliable accounts of battles, wars, adventures, forays, murders, massacres, etc., etc., together with biographical sketches of many of the most noted Indian fighters and frontiersmen of Texas by J. W. WilbargerPages: That, we respectfully submit, relates directly to a depredation upon the exchequer of the Commonwealth.: Young keeps a level tone throughout, tempering the tale of depredation with a dry wit.: Depredation by cricetid rodents and raccoons were nocturnal, whereas depredation by ground squirrels, mink, and cowbirds were diurnal.: Extirpation of prairie dogs can also contribute to regional and.a) Your application for a depredation permit must include a recommendation from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services, for addressing your depredation problem. Contact Wildlife Services at () File Size: 1MB.