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Klamath Indian Reservation maps  

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Letter from the Acting Secretary of the Interior, in Response to Senate resolution of December 13, 1894, transmitting information concerning the survey of the Klamath Indian Reservation, in Oregon, etc. 53rd Congress, 3d Session. Ex. Doc. 62


[Washington D.C.]




21 pp. Illustrated with 2 folding plans and 4 large folding maps printed in colors. (8vo) 22.5x14.5 cm (9x5¾"), bound in quarter red morocco and marbled boards, gilt spine. First Edition.

Scarce report submitted by Acting Secretary of the Interior William H. Simms concerns the boundaries of the Klamath Indian Reservation in Oregon. At issue is a dispute as to where the boundaries lay. Text includes the sworn testimonies of officials and persons involved in the original treaty negotiations.

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Maps with some light foxing, a few closed tears at folds; else near fine.

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