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These legal documents relate to the two cases of the United States vs. James Cromley for taking property of the Miami Tribe in the Kansas Territory. Cromley was accused of taking trees and timber on February 25, 1859 and wood products on October 1, 1859. Cromley was indicted by the Third District Court during the adjourned May term of 1859 and again during the May term of 1860. The Miami Tribal Land in the mid-19th century was located in Lykins (present-day Miami) and Linn counties.

Date: 1859 - 1860

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Item Number: 444924
Call Number: Kansas Territory Criminal Case Files, Box 7, Folder 34
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 444924

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