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ItemEnclosed letter from adviser of the Palouse, "written in their interests".(UNPUBLISHED, 1880-03-12) Brooks, E. J.; Hunter, GeorgeThe Palouse, "do not want to be put in any reservation, have never sold any lands or drawn any annuities, they wish to take homesteads and become civilized, but are poor and do not know how to proceed...." ItemStatement made by Col. George Hunter, Captain of the Watch, Pension Bureau, Washington.(UNPUBLISHED, 1893-02-03) Hunter, George"The Palouse and Thomas Indians, who are under Wolf, number about 400. Some of them live at the mouth of the Tukanon; some at the mouth of the Alpowa river and some near where Wolf is, and some on Columbia near Priest Rapids. They raise horses; live in native temporary houses and are nomadic. They have no lands which they can call their own."