Publication: Government Printing Office, 1875, Washington
First Edition. Disbound. Pages 179-201. Three consecutive reports regarding multiple important issues negotiated with the Sioux Indians, disbound from the Annual Report Of The Commissioner Of Indian Affairs To The Secretary Of The Interior For The Year 1875. The first brief report, pages 179 & 180, is the Agreement Between The United States And The Sioux For The Relinquishment Of Hunting-Rights In Nebraska. The next is the Report Of Geological Survey Of The Black Hills, pages 181-183, by Walter P. Jenny. This section includes a large folding map, the Preliminary Map of 1875 of the U. S. Geological and Geographical Survey of The Black Hills. (Unfortunately the map has many splits along various folds resulting in the map being complete, but in 5 separate pieces). The primary report presented here is the Report Of The Commission Appointed To Treat With The Sioux Indians For The Relinquishment Of The Black Hills. It comprises pages 184-201. Also includes a folding color map of much of the western United States showing the location of the Indian Reservations within, in color. Near Fine.
Inventory Number: 50102