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The following documents are reports given and claims filed by those affected by the Native American raids in Meade County. This description does not cover all the claims made in this file, only just a few. A claim on May 13, 1879, made by H. W. Chapman and Solomon Tuttle, state their losses sum to $7150, the clerk approved $2175. A report filed on May 30, 1879, states that F. A. Crissey's damages sustained during the raid totaled to $269 and was approved for $30. On September 30, the Cheyenne tribe passed through Decatur County on their way back to South Dakota. During their journey, they passed through and raided many counties in Kansas.

Creator: Kansas. Governor (1877-1879: Anthony)
Date: 1878

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Item Number: 454051
Call Number: Governor's Office, Governor George Tobey Anthony, Correspondence Files, Subject Files, Box 2 Folder 19
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 454051

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