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Browsing Transcriptions by Author "Judson, L. H."

Browsing Transcriptions by Author "Judson, L. H."

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  • Lea, L.; Walker, R. M.; Manypenny, Geo. W, Hon.; Simpson, George B.; Starling, E. A.; Judson, L. H. (UNPUBLISHED, 1851-05-09)
    "In the event of actual hostilities against the Indians in Oregon it will be necessary that one or more of the officers designated for this duty shall accompany each detachment of troops sent against the Indians so as to ...
  • Wampole, Elias; Lea, L.; Olney, Nathan; Woods, I. I.; Judson, L. H.; Parrish, J. L.; Ingalls, Rufus; Starling, E. A.; Garry, Spokan, chief (UNPUBLISHED, 1851-10-26)
    "The Mail carrier is just leaving. He can not wait. The Indians seemed quiet pleased to see me. One brought beef & oxen an other salmon in token of friendship. All will go well I trust."
  • Olney, Nathan; Alsop, Jas. E.; Woods, I. I.; Lea, L.; Judson, L. H.; Parrish, J. L.; Harmon, Thomas G.; Garry, Spokan, chief; Ingalls, Rufus; Starling, E. A.; Alvord, Ben; Walker, R. M.; Manypenny, Geo. W, Hon. (1852-02-11)
    "Upon entering the grounds the grounds once occupied by the flourishing mission of Dr. Whitman, the mind is deeply impressed with the meancholly stillness that prevails in this upper valley of the Walla Walla. Nowhere is ...
  • Starling, E. A.; Judson, L. H.; Lea, L.; Williams, Thos. K.; Thompson, Philip F. (UNPUBLISHED, 1853-01-21)
    "Some time in July or August last the entire potato crops of four of the chiefs of the Sklallum tribe of Indians were destroyed by the cattle of the settlers on Whitby's Island. The Indians had for a long time been in the ...

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