|Typescript research correspondence regarding the death of Sitting Bull.|
|Description: ||Typescript research correspondence regarding the death of Sitting Bull.|
a. correspondence from the Department of the Interior to John Burke, Standing Rock Indian agent, regarding the fact that movements by Sitting Bull off the reservation will be viewed as hostile actions, and will be met with military force, 1875.
b. correspondence from the Department of the Interior to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding the movements of Sitting Bull off the reservation, 1875.
c. correspondence from R. S. Mackenzie to the A. A. A. General regarding his report on the Powder River expedition, 1876.
d. correspondence from Catherine Weldon to James McLaughlin, 1881.
e. correspondence from James McLaughlin to P. Wells regarding orders for Indian police to accompany the Sioux on a hunting party to ensure their return, 1883.
f. correspondence from James McLaughlin to William H. Lyon regarding Indian assimilation and supplies for Indians, 1883.
g. typescript of printed advertisements and opinions of Red Cloud as a speaker, 1888.
h. correspondence from “Your Grait Manitoo” to Sitting Bull regarding rituals that Sitting Bull should follow in order to be successful on raids, 1889.
i. correspondence from James McLaughlin to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding McLaughlin’s attempts to stop Sitting Bull’s ghost dances, 1890.
j. correspondence from James Carignan to James McLaughlin regarding Sitting Bull and the dancing Sioux on the reservation, 1890. k. correspondence from James McLaughlin to J. T. Morgan, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, regarding attempts to persuade Sitting Bull to stop the ghost dances, 1890.
l. correspondence from White Buffaloman to Sitting Bull requesting assistance since he was arrested for not stopping the ghost dances, 1890.
m. correspondence from James Carignan to James McLaughlin regarding Bull Head’s request to be allowed to arrest Sitting Bull for not stopping the ghost dances, 1890.
n. orders from Louis Primeau to Afraid of Bear to do what is necessary to prevent Sitting Bull from leaving the reservation, 1890.
o. correspondence from Sitting Bull to the U.S. Indian Agency regarding Sitting Bull’s justification of the ghost dances, 1890.
p. correspondence from James McLaughlin to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding the death of Sitting Bull, and the losses on both sides, 1890.
q. correspondence from James McLaughlin to Afraid of Bear and Shaved Head regarding the orders to arrest Sitting Bull, 1890.
r. report of Lt. Col. W. F. Drum regarding the death of Sitting Bull and the events that followed, 1890.
s. typescript regarding the casualties of the police and of Sitting Bull’s followers when the police attempted to arrest Sitting Bull, 1890.
t. correspondence regarding the Ghost Dance and the Sioux leaving the reservation prior to Sitting Bull’s death. Includes reports and letters from Captain E. Fechet, W. F. Drum, James McLaughlin, and James Carignan, 1890-1891.
u. typescripts and telegram notes regarding activities on the Sioux reservation after the death of Sitting Bull, 1891.
v. correspondence from Spotted Mountain Sheep and Plenty Eagle to Kills Standing and One Bull, 1891.
w. copy of correspondence from James McLaughlin regarding his opinion of Sitting Bull, n.d.
x. correspondence to and from James McLaughlin regarding the events which followed the death of Sitting Bull, n.d.
|Collection: ||Campbell, Walter Stanley (1877-1957)|
|Document Location: ||Box 114, Folder 6|