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These legal documents relate to the case of the United States vs. Belt Brashear. Brashear was accused of stealing nails worth two hundred dollars on March 1, 1860 from Miami tribal lands in the Kansas Territory. During the mid-19th century, the Miami tribal lands in the Kansas were located in Lykins (now Miami) and Linn counties. Brashear was indicted during the May term of the U. S. District Court of the Kansas Territory, Third District, in Fort Scott.

Date: May 1860

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Item Number: 444808
Call Number: Kansas Territory Criminal Case Files, Box 5, Folder 28
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 444808

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