From George W. Collamore to William P. Dole

Title: From George W. Collamore to William P. Dole
Creator: George Collamore
Description: This letter, dated April 21, 1862, is from George W. Collamore to Hon. William P. Dole, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Writing from Washington, DC, Collamore provides an account of his "recent visit to the Loyal Indians who were obliged to flee from their pursuers (the rebel Indians and Texans) in the dead of Winter and are now encamped on the Neosho River" in southern Kansas. Collamore states that these Indians, numbering about 8,000, have suffered and many have died from exposure and lack of food.
Date original: April 21, 1862
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Owning organization: Kansas Historical Society
Document Type: letter
Publication Statement: History, Indian Territory, 1862
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