Descriptive Statement of Proposed Changes in the Indian Police force at Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency, Indian Territory.
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Bear Louse; Black Coyote; Cedar Tree; Hail; Killing With a Stick; Medicine Pipe; Sage; Sleeping Wolf; Spotted Corn; Standing Bull; Tall Bull; Wolf Chief; Yellow Man
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency; Darlington Agency
July 27, 1889
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Inspection_of_Cheyenne_&_Arapahoe _Agency_at_Darlington_and_Reports _of_the_Schools_at_the_Same_Agency.
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Native American Employees at Reservations, Native American Police Officers, Native American Reservations