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In this letter William Brindle, receiver of the Lecompton Land Office, informed his associate Thomas Hendricks that the Delaware Indian lands that had been put up for public sale in 1856 had sold. The Delaware had owned some of the prime timber land in Kansas Territory, and as a result all sections of the Delaware lands were sold to white settlers.

Creator: Brindle, William
Date: February 13, 1857

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This very brief letter could be grouped with the map of Delaware lands and the Presidential proclamation offering them up for sale; both have been selected for this 7th-grade standard.

KS:7th:1.4:Indian Removal (2005)

Item Number: 210057
Call Number: Indians History Coll. 590 Box 2 Subgroup VII Delaware Folder
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 210057

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