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Wood, Edwin K. Papers 1875-1892 .25 foot
Collector. An act (1875) of the Choctaw Nation establishing burglary as a crime; acts (1889-1892) of the Cherokee Nation appointing Elias C. Boudinot II, Thomas M. Buffington, David Rowe, and Richard M. Wolfe as Cherokee delegates to Washington, D.C., along with instructions to address land issues such as the return of Fort Gibson to the Cherokees; requests (1905-1906) for payment of salaries and expenses of the attorneys and special marshal of the Cherokee Nation; a committee report (1889) regarding payment for Cherokee lands given the Osages under the Cherokee Treaty of 1866; and a term paper (n.d.) by Wood entitled "The Indian Treaty Maker."