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Indian depredation claims.
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Tasked with responding to white settlers’ depredation claims and gaining restitution directly from Indian groups, soldiers typically had no choice but to search out often-innocent Indians and demand compensation or the surrender of the guilty party, turning once-friendly bands into enemy groups whenever these tense encounters exploded in Brand: University of Oklahoma Press. Davis, Robert Scott. A Guide to Native American (Indian) Research Sources at the Georgia Department of Archives and Historybook Dg Digital Version WorldCat ; Thaxton, Donna B., Carlton J. Thaxton and C. Stanton Thaxton. Georgia Indian Depredation Claims FHL book Gt WorldCat.
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 LanguagePages: 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.
Astonishingly, he first quotes the warning of Larry Skogen, the preeminent authority on Indian depredation claims who literally "wrote the book" on the subject matter "First, a researcher must be prepared to find out a subject lied and tried to fraudulently obtain money through one of . Indian Depredation Claims Judgement List. List of Judgements in Indian Depredation Claims. Letter from the Attorney-General, Transmitting List of Judgements in Indian Depredation Claims, Washington, D. C., December 3, Includes Amount of Claimed, Date and Amount of Judgement. +.
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And then my historian friend Jerry Greene told me about the Indian depredation claims in the National Archives and a book about the claims by Larry Skogen (Indian Depredation Claims, –). Jerry also told me to contact Jack McDermott, a retired National Park.
provided (1) for making and presenting to Congress at its next session a complete list of all Indian depredation claims then on file; (2) for the investigation and report to Congress of depredation claims in favor of citizens of the United States, chargeable against any tribe of Indians by reason of treaty stipulations.
The first port. Indian Depredations in Texas, by J.W. Wilbarger. Joseph Lee Coming to the Rescue of Judge Jaynes' Family, Click on image for larger image and transcript. During an Indian attack on Austin, Judge Jaynes and his hired hand were killed, his infant son.
Tasked with responding to white settlers’ depredation claims and gaining restitution directly from Indian groups, soldiers typically had no choice but to search out often-innocent Indians and demand compensation or the surrender of the guilty party, turning once-friendly bands into enemy groups whenever these tense encounters exploded in 5/5(5).
Indian Depredation Claims, [edit | edit source] The depredation claims system, was designed to prevent retaliation and preserve peace, the system was to provide compensation to Indians and whites suffering depredation at the hands of each of these records are in the National Archives, and the claims were litigated in the.
Get this from a library. Indian depredation claims, [Larry C Skogen] -- Beginning in the seventeenth century, with the colonization of the Americas, European immigrants and American Indians encountered each other's views on the rights and responsibilities of ownership.
Abstracts of claims compiled in a WPA project inpublished in seven typescript volumes as "Georgia Indian depredation claims against the Creek Indians," dating from This compilation was from original documents in the Georgia Dept.
of Archives and History. 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.
some claims paid to people in Missouri and Georgia, the system frustrated everyone. Finally, in Congress gave jurisdiction over Indian depredation claims to the United States Court of Claims where it remained un til when the system shut down.
Based on monumental amounts of archival research, Skogen's narrative follows the evolv. : Indian Depredation Claims, (LEGAL HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA) () by Skogen, Larry C. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $54 - $ Michno found more than 2, depredation claims, some detailed, some not, about 1, of which dated from the s, which the author calls “the bloodiest decade of the Western Indian wars.” It was mostly the Comanches and Kiowas who made Texas such a dangerous place for farmers and ranchers.
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.
Skogen, Larry C. Indian Depredation Claims, Norman: University of Oklahoma, Jeff Broome chronicles one side of that collateral damage in a remarkable effort to collect and interpret a mountain of s-era Indian depredation claims buried in the National Archives.
While not necessarily easy reading for those with just a passing interest in the history of the American West, Cheyenne War should be read by serious Pages: 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.
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.
Thaxton, Donna B ed. Georgia Indian Depredation Claims Americus: The Thaxton Compnay N.d. Mrs. J.E. Hays, comp. (State Historian )Georgia Military Record Book, (typescript) 8 vols. W.P.A. Project No Anne Kendrick Walker, Russell County in Retrospect: An Epic of the Far Southeast) (Richmond: Dietz Prss, ).
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. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Georgia Indian depredation claims 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. Claims Division's jurisdiction extended to all civil suits and claims in which the United States was a party, except those assigned to the Tax and Land Divisions.
Internal reorganization of the Claims Division created the Court of Claims Section, SEE Textual Records: Letters sent, Letters received,