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1853 - Sac and Fox Agency

1853 - Sac and Fox Agency
Creator: Green, Charles R.
Date: September 1, 1853
This item lists tribes under the Superintendency of Indians Affairs in St. Louis headed by B.A. James and Colonel Alfred Cummings. In particular, the item lists the Ottawas, Chippewas of Swan Creek, and the Black River Sacs and Foxes.


Charles R. Green to George W. Martin

Charles R. Green to George W. Martin
Creator: Green, Charles R.
Date: June 20, 1910
In this letter to George W. Martin, Charles R. Green addresses information related to the Sac and Fox tribe. Green, proprietor of Green's Library and Museum in Olathe, Kansas, explains that he interviewed a missionary named Samuel Black, who once served as a missionary for the Sac and Fox. Green explains that Black assisted in recruiting African American men to fight in Company K, 1st U.S. Colored Troops.


Dr. Fenn's history and sketch of their days with the Indians

Dr. Fenn's history and sketch of their days with the Indians
Creator: Fenn, Elbridge Burke
Date: Between 1900 and 1920
Elbridge Burke Fenn moved to Kansas in 1866 with several others, first settling in a "vacant cabin" on the Sac and Fox Agency. This item contains information on several Sac and Fox bands. In addition, it highlights the tensions that existed "on the part of the common Indians and one or two of their chiefs against whites for driving them off the Kansas Reservation."


Reports from the Great Nemaha Agency about Iowas, Kickpoos and Sac and Foxes of Missouri

Reports from the Great Nemaha Agency about Iowas, Kickpoos and Sac and Foxes of Missouri
Date: September 1, 1854
This document summarizes three reports from Judge B.A. James, Reverend Meeker and [J.]B. [Dueriuck] about Native American tribes within the Great Nemaha Agency. The reports includes interesting details regarding during 1854, including the influx of a large number of white settlers into the area, as well as conflicts between the Sac and Fox tribe and the Osages, Comanches, and Arapahos.


Reports of Indian Affairs 1876

Reports of Indian Affairs 1876
Creator: Green, Charles R.
Date: August 31, 1876
This item, copied by Charles R. Green from a "book at the Sac & Fox Agency Okla," indicates that the Sac and Fox tribe was living at Reservation number 417. U.S. Indian Agent Woodward indicates that it was with "great reluctance that they submit to the innovation of civilization and Christianization."


Surgeon's certificate for Charles R. Green

Surgeon's certificate for Charles R. Green
Creator: Army of the United States, Department of the Ohio
Date: December 29, 1863
This item from the collection of Charles R. Green details the injuries he sustained during the Battle of Chicamauga in September of 1863. Following the Civil War, Green began a career as a historian of American history, primarily focusing on Native Americans. According to the certificate, Green suffered from gun shot wounds on both arms. At the time he was injured, Green was a private in Company A, 101st, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and his age was listed as 17.


The Sac Indian, Quenemo

The Sac Indian, Quenemo
Creator: Green, Charles R.
Date: January 01, 1894-January 01, 1910
This item, written by Lyndon, Kansas, historian Charles R. Greene, details the life of Sauk Indian, Quenemo. It details Quenemo's life and achievements. According to Green, an article that he found at the Kansas State Historical Society written by Henry Inman and titled "How the town of Quenemo was named," inspired the creation of this biography.


The original settlers and history of the Delaware Reserve

The original settlers and history of the Delaware Reserve
Creator: Green, Charles R.
Date: Between 1900 and 1920
This item contains a thorough account of the original settlers and the history of the Delaware Reserve. Written by historian Charles R. Green, this item contains a rather detailed look at the area that had been occupied for some time by the Delaware tribe following their move West, which was necessitated by the increasing number of white settlers on the eastern coasts of the United States.


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