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These legal documents relate to the case of the United States versus Thomas Donovan and Michael Culbert. Donovan and Culbert were accused of selling alcohol to members of the Shawnee Tribe on February 15, 1855 on the Shawnee Tribal Land in the Kansas Territory. The two men were arrested on February 18, 1855. The Shawnee Tribe was removed to a tract of land in Johnson, Wyandotte, and Douglas counties in 1826. Alcohol was prohibited on Native American land from 1832 to 1953.

Date: 1855

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Item Number: 444971
Call Number: Kansas Territory Criminal Case Files, Box 8, Folder 35
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 444971

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