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[Indian Affairs] Report: The Committee On Indian Affairs, To Whom Were Referred The Petition And Accompanying Papers Of George Maguire, Having Considered The Same, Report: W MEDILL

[Indian Affairs] Report: The Committee On Indian Affairs, To Whom Were Referred The Petition And Accompanying Papers Of George Maguire, Having Considered The Same, Report:

W MEDILL

Publication: 1848, Washington

First Edition. Disbound. 6pp. 30th Congress, 1st Session. House. Report No. 544. Records George Maguire's efforts to collect monies for services rendered as "George Maguire acted as superintendent of Indian affairs at St. Louis, from the death of General Clark to the appointment of Major Pitcher, his successor." From September 2, 1838 to March 29, 1839. A few small, very light damp stains to corners and edges. Some minor tanning to paper. Very Good.

Inventory Number: 47818

$45.00