Statement made by Col. George Hunter, Captain of the Watch, Pension Bureau, Washington.
|dc.description||2 sheets 8.5 x 11 inch letterhead Typed.|
|dc.description.abstract||"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."|
|dc.subject||Fort Simcoe, WA|
|dc.subject||Non-reservation Indian tribes|
|dc.title||Statement made by Col. George Hunter, Captain of the Watch, Pension Bureau, Washington.|