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Inventory of the E. Richard Hart papers

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Collection Overview

Collection Inventory+/-

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Collection Overview +/-

Title: E. Richard Hart papers
Dates: 1664-2008 (inclusive)
Collection Number: Accn1251
Summary: The E. Richard Hart papers (1664-2008) contain correspondence, research files, manuscripts, news clippings, maps, publications, court exhibits, and financial documents. Hart is an author, researcher, and past director of the Institute of the American West at Sun Valley, Idaho (1979-1984). He is the co-founder of the Institute of the North American West (1984). He has also served as an expect witness in several federal court cases involving land claims by the Zuni Indians.
Repository: J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Address:
Special Collections
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0860
(801)581-8864

Collection Inventory +/-

box 1: Deposition, Exhibit Listings
volume 1: Analysis of Changes in Hydrology
volume 2: Resource Consultants Exhibits, PX 13000-DX13001
volume 3: Deposition of Peter F. Lagasse
volume 4-5: Range Management on the Zuni Reservation
folder 1: Thadis Box Report, Hart's Notes
box 2: Exhibit Books
volume 1: Loren D. Potter, Ecological Interpretations of the Zuni Reservation
volume 2: Loren D. Potter, Ecological Interpretations of the Zuni Reservation
volume 3: Robert C. Balling, Analysis of Zuni Indian Reservation Precipitation
box 3: Bound Reports
volume 1: Thomas Wessel, Federal Activity on the Zuni Reservation
volume 2: Thomas Wessel, Deposition
volume 3: Gordon C. Jacoby, Dendrochronological Investigation of the Zuni Reservation
volume 4: Jacoby Exhibits
box 4: Wells Report on Arroyo Development
volume 1: Stephen Wells, Quantitative Analysis of Arroyo Development
volume 2: Exhibits for Volume I
box 5: Wells Exhibits: A Quantative Analysis of Arroyo Development
box 6: Wells Exhibits, Volume II, Notes, Questions
box 7: Zuni Depositions Taken During Zuni II
box 8: Zuni Depositions Taken During Zuni II
box 9: Zuni Depositions Taken During Zuni II
box 10: Zuni Material (1991-1992)
folders 1-2: Zuni Articles and News Clippings (1991-1992)
folder 3: Federal Indian Policy
folder 4: Western Shoshone, News Clippings
folders 5-13: Zuni II Notes
folder 14: New Zuni II Accounts
folder 15: Zuni II Causes and Effects of Gullying
folder 16: Washington, D. C., Maps
folder 17: Analysis of Problems
folder 18: Ultimate Effects of Dams
folders 19-21: Zuni II Legal Pleadings
box 11: Zuni Material
folders 1-7: Reports and Files
folders 8-18: Files on the Zuni II Photograph Collection
box 12: Zuni II Photograph Collection

Files on the Zuni II photograph collections are continued here from box 11.

box 13: Kolhu/wala:wa Files (1984-1990)
folder 1: Interview with Tribal Council, Religious Leaders (1989)
folders 2-3: Working Files
folder 4: Witnesses
folders 5-20: Correspondence and Notes (1984-1990)
box 14: Zuni II Correspondence, Kolhu/wala:wa, Coronado Trail (1983-1990)
folders 1-7: Zuni II Correspondence (1983-1988)
folders 8-12: Kolhu/wala:wa Notes
folder 13: Database Development Methodology, Zuni Heaven Trail (1989)
folder 14: News Clippings, Correspondence (1990)
folders 15-17: Coronado Trail
box 15: Kolhu/wala:wa Files (1984-1990)
folders 1-4: Non-Zuni Witnesses, Interviews
folders 5-6: Pre-Trial Order
folders 7-8: Project File (1990)
folders 9-12: Notes for Trial
folder 13: Meeting With Attornyes (1989)
folder 14: Lepofsky Interviews
folder 15: Tom Leubben Materials
folder 16: Bryant Rogers Materials
folders 17-20: Sources, Notes
folder 21: Telephone Notes (1987)
folder 22: Kolhu/wala:wa, Published, Congressional Report (1984)
box 16: Kolhu/wala:wa Materials (1986)
folder 1: Interview with Zuni Tribal Council (1986)
folders 2-3: Floyd O'Neil Report
folder 4: Floyd O'Neil Conclusions
folder 5: O'Neil, Zuni Terms
folder 6: Field Notes (1986)
folder 7: Interview (1986)
folder 8: Helicopter Notes (1986)
folder 9: Field Notes (1986)
folder 10: O'Neil Materials
folder 11: Interview with Lewis and Lasiloo (1986)
folder 12: Yawakia Interview
folder 13: Pilgrimage Participants
folder 14: Othole Interview
folder 15: Field Notes (1986)
folder 16: Appendix, Sites
folder 17: Field Notes (1986)
folders 18-19: Glossary
folder 20: Appendix, Maps
folder 21: Maps
folder 22: Statements at Hearing
folder 23: Witness List
folders 24-25: Maps for Kolhu/wala:wa
folder 26: O'Neil Deposition
folder 27: Affidavits
box 17: Platt Contempt
folders 1-8: Platt Contempt Hearing
folders 9-16: Investigation

Including a report by Hart and field notes.

box 18: Platt Contempt
folders 1-4: Trial Transcript
folders 5-8: Platt Depositions
folders 9-17: Kolhu/wala:wa Accounts
folders 18-20: Platt Contempt Accounts
box 19: Kolhu/wala:wa Reports, Interviews, Field Notes (1986)
folders 1-9: Hart Report: The Barefoot Trail: Access to Zuni Heaven VIEW
folder 10: Hart Report, Unbound Copy VIEW
folders 11-14: Interview with Zuni Tribal Council (1986)
folder 15: Interview with Albert S. Anderson (1986)
folder 16: Travel
folder 17: Interview with Steve Udall and Arthur Lee (1986)
folders 18-26: Working Notes
box 20: Kolhu/wala:wa Reports, Interviews, Field Notes (1984-1988)
folder 1: Working Notes, Draft of Hart's Report
folder 2: Hearing, Zuni Indian Tribe Lands (1984)
folder 3: Hart Report, Letter (1985)
folder 4: Archaeological Reconnaissance of Zuni Kolhu/wala:wa Pilgrimage Trail, T. J. Ferguson Report
folder 5: Warren Greer, Notes (1986)
folder 6: Transcriptions of Field Work (1986)
folder 7: Field Notes (1986)
folder 8: Field Notes: Lee, Udall, Dishta, Ondulacy
folder 9: Field Notes, Letter to Floyd O'Neil (1986)
folder 10: Field Notes (1987)
folder 11: Field Notes from Interviews (1987)
folder 12: John Niiha, Interview (1988)
folder 13: Field Notes (1987)
folder 14: Interview, Dr. Spencer D. Ellsworth (1986)
folders 15-16: Interview, Alex Seowtewa (1986)
folders 17-19: Interview with Zuni Religious Leaders (1986)
folder 20: Interview, Albert S. Anderson (1986)
folder 21: Interview, H. Jay Platt (1986)
folder 22: Interview, Mrs. Mabel Hinkson (1986)
folder 23: Field Notes (1986)
box 21: Kolhu/wala:wa Trial Transcript, Miscellaneous
folders 1-5: United States Geological Society Survey
folders 6-7: Bureau of Land Management Deposition
folder 8: Zuni Coop Brochure
folder 9: Smithsonian Photograph Information
volume 1-4: U. S. vs. Platt Trial Transcript
box 22: Miscellaneous Materials (1988-1991)
folders 1-2: Manuscript, Zuni Economic Development
folder 3: Prucha Review Request
folder 4: Joanne Mulcahy Correspondence
folder 5: Alaska Politics
folders 6-11: Crow Canyon Archeological Center
folder 12: Western History Association Conference (1988)
folder 13: Western History Association Conference (1990)
folder 14: Museum of American Indian Legislation
folder 15: News Clippings, Melcher Legislation
folder 16: Native American Rights, Cultural Museums
folder 17: Shalako (1991)
folder 18: Memo from T. J. Ferguson with Photocopies (1989)
folders 19-24: Correspondence, Notes (1989)
folder 25: Transition Report to the Zuni Tribal Council (1990)

A summary of the role of the Institute of North American West in Zuni land claims.

box 23: Correspondence and Accounts (1987-1992)
folders 1-12: Correspondence, Notes (1990-1992)
folders 13-21: Accounts (1987-1988)
box 24: Zuni I and II Accounts (1988-1990)

Material covers November 1988 to April 1990.

box 25: Zuni II Files (1984-1991)
folder 1: Meeting of Record (1991)
folder 2: Meeting (1991)
folder 3: Archaeology Curation
folders 4-6: Deposition Notes
folder 7: Motion for a new Trial
folder 8: Trip File (1984)
folders 9-21: Accounts
folder 22: Salt Lake City Meeting (1988)
folder 23: Tree Rings in Zuni Mountains
box 26: Zuni II Files
folders 1-14: Hart Report Inserts

These were never inserted.

folders 15-20: Notes for Use at Trial
box 27: Zuni II Files (1990)
folder 1: Arizona State University Support
folder 2: Zuni II Celebration
folder 3: Zuni II Conservation
folder 4: Letter to Myles Flint (1990)
folder 5: Octavia Fellin Controversy
folder 6: Settlement Letter (1990)
folder 7: Zuni II Damages
folder 8: Logging News Clipping
folder 9: Westphall
folders 10-12: Zuni II Presentation
folder 13: I have a Dream
folder 14: Walsh Statement
folder 15: Zuni II Dismissal
folder 16: Settlement Fund Budget
folder 17: Washington, D. C. (1990)
folder 18: News Clippings
folder 19: Settlement Act Video

Three copies of photographs and description.

folder 20: Puyallup Settlement
folders 21-22: Senate Select Report
folder 23: McCain
box 28: Zuni I Valuation Files

Zuni I background information, including documents regarding the Pacific Railroad, Homestead Bill, and other public land bills, 1857-1891.

folder 1: Congressional Globe photocopies
folder 2: Minimum Price for Public Lands
folders 3-4: Pacific Railroad Bill, 37th Congress (1861-1862)
folders 5-6: Pacific Railroad Bill, Amendment
folders 7-17: Homestead Bills (1857-1862)
folder 18: S. No. 2, 35th Congress, First Session (1857-1858)
folder 19: Homestead Bill, 35th Congress, Second Session (1858-1859)
folder 20: H. R. No. 4261, 44th Congress, Second Session (1876-1877)
folder 21: Sale of Timber Lands, 44th Congress, First Session (1876)
folder 22: H. R. 2152 and 4150, Mineral Lands (1874)
folder 23: S. No. 647, Southern Pacific Railroad (1871)
folder 24: H. R. No. 370, Public Lands (1867-1868)
folder 25: Homestead Bill, 35th Congress, Second Session (1858-1859)
folder 26: Speeches on Public Lands, 32nd Congress, Second Session (1853)
box 29: Zuni I Valuation Files
folders 1-9: Homestead
folder 10: Case Law
folders 11-12: Working File, Hart Report
folders 13-16: Working File, valuation, minerals values
box 30: Zuni I Valuation Files (1851-1990)

This box contains original Institute of the North American West reports on valuation plus information about Arizona and New Mexico public lands valuations.

folders 1-2: Working File, Valuation, Minerals Values
folder 3: Uranium
folder 4: Coal, Geology Reports
folder 5: A. W. Whipple, Railroad Survey (1854)
folder 6: John O. Baxter, Weekly Reports (1990)
folder 7: National Archives, Coal Valuation
folders 8-13: Original Institute of North American West Reports on Valuation
folder 14: The Land of Sunshine , A Handbook of New Mexico (1906)
folder 15: New Mexico, Vital Information (1894)
folder 16: Photocopy of History of the Union Pacific Coal Mines
folder 17: Government Timber Lands (1884)
folders 18-20: Interior Department Territorial Papers, New Mexico (1851-1914)
folder 21: The Resources of Arizona (1883)
box 31: Zuni I Valuation Files (1873-1990)
folder 1: Miscellaneous Excerpts
folder 2: Excerpts from Southwestern National Monuments, Nation of the Willows (1965-1988)
folder 3: Guide to the Pacific Coast, Santa Fe Route and The Land of Sunshine (1895-1906)
folder 4: Miscellaneous Publications, Excerpts
folder 5: Miscellaneous Publications, Excerpts about New Mexico
folder 6: Photocopies of Zuni Land Claim area (1990)
folder 7: The United States Forestry Policy (1878-1897)
folders 8-9: Miscellaneous Excerpts, Photocopies about Forestry
folder 10: New Mexico Mines and Minerals
folder 11: New Mexico Agriculture, Pastoral, and Mineral Resources (1873)
folders 12-17: Photocopies from University of New Mexico Pertinent to Mining and Forestry
folders 18-22: Background Materials on Coal and Minerals
box 32: Zuni I Valuation Files (1853-1990)
folders 1-2: Timber Prices (1853-1888)
folders 3-4: Miscellaneous Photocopies, Excerpts
folders 5-16: Zuni I Valuation Correspondence, Notes (1987-1990)
folders 17-18: Zuni Claim Area
folder 19: Jules Marcou Geology Report and Map (1858)
folder 20: Hart, Zuni Coal Mines and Damage to Zuni Trust Lands (1987)
folder 21: News Reports, Arizona Weekly (1859-1903)
folder 22: Clarence E. Dutton, Mount Taylor and the Zuni Plateau (1886)
box 33: Zuni I Valuation Files (1907-1939)
folders 1-10: Mineral Reports
folders 11-24: Bureau of Indian Affairs CC Files (1907-1939)
box 34: Zuni I Valuation Files (1907-1939)

This box contains a continuation of Bureau of Indian Affairs CC Files, 1907-1939.

box 35: Zuni I Valuation Files and Other Documents
folders 1-8: Hart's Labeling Continued, also Microfilm
folder 9: Zuni I Press Release
folder 10: Zuni I Appropriation
folder 11: Zuni I Resolutions
folder 12: 1990 Election
folder 13: Zuni I Certificate of Appreciation
box 36: Ahayuda (War God) Repatriations (1978-1990)
folder 1: Calendar of Zuni War Gods Repatriation (1978-1987)
folder 2: W. Eriacho and T. J. Ferguson, The Zuni War Gods (1979)
folder 3: Ahayuda Correspondence (1980-1984)
folder 4: Correspondence, Notes (1987)
folders 5-7: Repatriations, Correspondence, Notes (1988)
folder 8: Repatriations, Notes, News Release
folder 9: News Clippings (1988)
folder 10: Sotheby's Collection, Including Ahayda
folder 11: Correspondence (1989)
folder 12: Bureau of Indian Affairs (1989)
folder 13: Thomas LeRoy Larson, Thesis, The Zuni War God: Ahayu:da (1989)
folder 14: Background Materials, Some Correspondence
folder 15: Photocopies of Articles, Newsletter, News Clipping
folder 16: An Interview with the Zuni Tribal Council (1990)
folder 17: Repatriation Project, Final Report (1990)
folder 18: Report to Zuni Council Answering Questions by Nelson-Atkins Museum (1990)
folder 19: Institute of the North American West Report
folder 20: Thirteen War Gods and Associated Shrines in Brooklyn Museum (1990)
box 37: Ahayuda (War God) Repatriations; Zuni I testimony Draft (1990-1991)
folders 1-13: Ahayuda Repatriations Correspondence, Reports, Notes (1990-1991)
folders 14-19: First Draft of Zuni I Testimony
box 38: Various Subjects
folders 1-8: Zuni History Conference, Notes, Correspondence, Grant
folders 9-11: Versions of First Edition of Zuni History Tabloid
folder 12: Indian Self-Rule, Postscript Manuscript by Hart
folder 13: Zuni I, Hart Notes on Elam
folders 14-15: Eggan Testimony, Carbon of Original
folders 16-19: Southern Ute Archival Materials
box 39: Hailey, Idaho History Project (1971)
folder 1: Clark Spence, Boom of the Wood River Mines
folder 2: Sawtooth Mountain Star News Clippings
folder 3: Ken Mecham, Carey Valley History (1971)
folder 4: Institute of the American West Project Records
folder 5: Hailey, Idaho
folders 6-7: Hailey Times
folder 8: Bob Sims, Hailey Centennial
folders 9-11: Hailey History Newspaper Sections
folder 12: Elizabeth Leflang Sliger Articles, Letter
folder 13: Idaho History Pamphlets
folder 14: Man, Wildlife and the Public Lands
folder 15: Craig W. Oler Research
folder 16: Hailey Sections
folder 17: Mark Klett Article on the Hailey Project
folders 18-21: Photocopies of the Hailey Photographs
folder 22: Interviews with Pete Peterson and Lucille Friedman
box 40: Lexicography of the Word Aarroyo (1925)
folders 1-4: Hart Testimony
folder 5: National Geographic , 1925 issue
folders 6-9: Materials from Defendant
folders 10-11: Hoehner Research
folders 12-13: Hart Arroyo Sources
folder 14: Dixon Arroyo Sources
folders 15-27: Definitions by Date
box 41: Lexicography of the Word Aarroyo
folders 1-14: Contextual by Date, Arroyo
folders 15-19: Isabel Adame Marin on Aarroyo
folders 20-21: Dictionary Definitions
folders 22-23: Robert W. Delaney on Aarroyo
folder 24: Donna Pierce on Aarroyo
box 42: Various issues of The Native Nevadan and High Country News
box 43: Various Environmental Publications (1978-1979)
folders 1-4: Idaho/Washington Environmental Studies
folders 5-6: Tabloids
folders 7-8: Walker River Paiute Tribe News Notes (1978-1979)
folder 9: Potentials (1978)
folder 10: Four Arrows , Newsletters
folder 11: Native Self Sufficiency, Seventh Generation Fund
folder 12: Native American Rights Fund
box 44: Publications Relating to Native Americans
box 45: Publications Relating to Native Americans
box 46: Publications Relating to Native Americans
box 47: Folklore

This box contains newsletters of several folklore societies, including the American Folklore Society, various western state folklore societies, and the state folklore societies of New York and Pennsylvania.

box 48: Zuni I Hart (1989-1990)

Folders 1-5 contain papers written by Hart, titles as listed. Also in this box are Hart valuation reports (in fourteen original folders); and Hart valuation exhibits listed in descending numbers VX50 to VX15 (also in original folders).

folder 1: Historical Analysis of Statutory Values of Land in Zuni Claim (1990)
folder 2: Minimum Values in Zuni Claim Area, Historical Perspective (1990)
folder 3: Lumber Values in New Mexico, Values in Atlantic/Pacific Railroad (1989-1990)
folder 4: Statutes on Establishing Minimum Values for Public Lands
folder 5: Townsite Size in the Zuni Claim Area
box 49: Zuni I Hart Valuation Exhibits

Continuing here in original folders are descending numbers VX14 to VX1; and also, in disrupted order, apparent duplicates of VX49-VX30.

box 50: Zuni II Surrebuttal
folders 1-11: Zuni II Surrebuttal from the Defendant
folders 12-18: Zuni II Surrebuttal, Hart's Notes
box 51: Zuni II Surrebuttal, Hart's Notes
box 52: Hart and Ferguson Rebuttal Report
box 53: Interviews by T. J. Ferguson

Interviews were conducted by T. J. Ferguson among the following persons associated with Zuni lands:

folder 1: Leroy Dewa
folder 2: James Enote
folder 3: Charles Eriacho
folder 4: Calvin Eustace
folder 5: Robert Fontenelle
folder 6: Frank Ghaccu
folders 7-8: Tom Idiaque
folder 9: Dempsy Kantena
folder 10: Frank Lalacita
folder 11: Edison Laselute and David Mateya
folder 12: Pesancio Lasiloo
folder 13: Robert Lewis
folder 14: Jimmy Lonjose
folder 15: Chester Mahooty
folder 16: Leo Nastacio
folder 17: Sidney Neumayah and Bob Walela
folder 18: Russell Owaleon
folder 19: Virgil Pablo
folder 20: Adam Penketewa
folder 21: Remijo Panteah
folder 22: Kalthutah Telsee
folder 23: Elaine Thomas
folder 24: Calvin Weeke
box 54: Notes, Interviews, Manuscripts (1984)

Folder 1 contains notes by T. J. Ferguson, folders 2 4 contain interviews by Richard Ford and T. J. Ferguson, folders 5 9 contain interviews by Richard Hart and T. J. Ferguson, and folders 10 14 contain manuscripts.

folder 1: Ferguson Notes

Notes on Clarence Calavaza, Mazone Harker, Pacque Ondulacy, Patterson Peynestsa, and Joe Tsabetsaye.

folder 2: Sefferion Eriacho
folder 3: Chester Mahooty (1984)
folder 4: Chauncey Simplicio
folder 5: Al Abee
folder 6: Robert Lewis
folders 7-9: Zuni Tribal Council
folders 10-13: Primary Testimony, PX 6000
folder 14: Rebuttal Report, PX 6000
box 55: Hart Shoshone History Manuscript, Other Research and Reviews (1921-1985)
folder 1: Manuscript, Western Shoshone History (1974)
folder 2: Mexican War, Mormons, California Gold Rush; Government Contract
folder 3: Treaty of 1855
folder 4: Ruby Valley Reserve
folder 5: Treaty of 1863
folder 6: Carlin Farms
folder 7: Hart Manuscript, Area Descriptions
folder 8: Hart Manuscript, Bibliography, Letter, Maps
folder 9: Southern Piute, Utah (1921)
folders 10-11: Suquamish Indian Tribe Material (1977-1980)
folder 12: Miscellaneous Indian Background Material
folders 13-18: Fur Trappers, Paper and Research (1977)
folder 19: Illegal Aliens, News Clippings
folders 20-21: Little Colorado Park Proposal (1985)

Canyon Lands Field Institute, Colorado Plateau, World Heritage

box 56: Miscellaneous Research, Reviews (1986-1987)
folders 1-9: Advancement Panel (1987)
folder 10: Western Folklife Center (1987)
folders 11-12: City Lore (1987)
folder 13: Jane Young Review
folder 14: Across Boundaries , Review
folder 15: Worster Book Review (1986)
folders 16-17: Western Shoshone, Research Materials
box 57: Miscellaneous Projects, Conferences, Research (1987-1991)
volume 1-2: Hart and T. J. Ferguson, Cultural Properties of Four Tribes
folders 1-3: Victoria Conference (1991)
folders 4-5: "The Trail to Zuni Heaven," (1991)
folders 6-7: Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (1987)
folders 8-10: American Society for Environmental History, Conference (1991)
box 58: News Clippings

This box contains mostly news clippings concerned with Zuni affairs.

box 59: Miscellaneous Materials (1987)
folders 1-2: Western Shoshone News Clippings
folder 3: Globescope, Sun Valley, Idaho (1987)
folder 4: Discovering the Pueblos
folder 5: Zuni Pueblo, Draft
folder 6: Zuni Museum Matters
folder 7: "The Ancient Zuni Salt Lake Trail System"
folder 8: E. Richard Hart, Curriculum Vita
box 60: Zuni Atlas, Notes, Correspondence, and Manuscript (1981-1990)
folders 1-4: Manuscript, Notes, Correspondence (1981-1984)
folders 5-8: Correspondence and Working (1982-1983)
folders 9-11: Correspondence, Contracts, Reviews (1985-1987)
folders 12-13: Second Edition, Correspondence, Advertising, Reviews (1990)
folders 14-17: A Zuni Atlas , Author's Set
folder 18: Maps
box 60A: A Zuni Atlas Drafts, Notes (1982-1983)
folders 1-3: Copies of Zuni Maps
folders 4-9: Manuscript Draft (1982)
folder 10: Comments on Manuscript (1983)
folders 11-14: Manuscript Draft (1983)
folders 15-18: Manuscript Draft (1983)
folders 19-20: Appendix 1 and 2 Draft (1983)
folder 21: Sources Draft (1983)
box 60B: A Zuni Atlas , Editor's Comments, Page Proofs, Galleys (1984-1990)
folders 1-5: Editor's Comments
folder 6: Source List
folder 7: Legends, Figures
folder 8: Appendix 1
folder 9: Appendix 2
folders 10-13: Page Proofs
folders 14-15: Author's Set of Galleys
folder 16: Correspondence (1984)
folder 17: Correspondence (1985)
folder 18: Legends, Illustrations
folder 19: Appendix 1 and 2; Sources
folder 20: Zuni Orthography
folder 21: Appendices, Land Use Sites
folder 22: Reader's Report
folder 23: University of Oklahoma Press Catalogue (1990)
box 60C: Zuni Atlas Maps
box 61: Zuni and the Courts
volume 1: Bound Draft of "Zuni and the Courts"
volume 2: To Gain Justice for Our People
volume 3: Jeffrey S. Dean, Dendrochronological Dating in the Zuni Area
box 62: Zuni and the Courts , Drafts, Research (1993)
folders 1-2: U.S. Claims, Findings
folder 3: Edmund J. Ladd, Achieving True Interpretation (1993)
folder 4: Samuel C. Monson, Changing Meanings of Arroyo
folder 5: Hank Meshorer, The Sacred Trail to Zuni Heaven
folder 6: Governor Robert E. Lewis, Preface
folder 7: Biographical Sketches of Contributors
folder 8: Ward Alan Minge, New Mexican Reducciones
folder 9: Zuni Sustainable Resource Development Plan
folder 10: Zuni I Settlement Plan
folders 11-13: Contributor Resumes
folder 14: Zuni History Tabloids
box 63: Zuni and the Courts , Manuscript, Page Proofs
folder 1: Table of Contents
folder 2: Preface, Governor Robert E. Lewis
folders 3-4: Part I: Aboriginal Claims
folders 5-6: Part II: Damage to Zuni Lands
folder 7: Part III: The Barefoot Trail
folder 8: Postscripts: Boyden, O'Neil, Ladd, Hart
folder 9: Appendix I: Findings . . . Aboriginal Area
folder 10: Appendix II: Findings . . . Taking Dates
folder 11: Appendix III: Zuni Land Conservation Act of 1990
folder 12: Appendix IV: Plan for Judgment Funds
folder 13: Zuni Sustainable Resource Development Plan
folder 14: Zuni and the Courts , Page Proofs
box 64: E. Richard Hart's Rolodex Card File
box 65: Personal Proposals, Background Materials, and Correspondence
folders 1-6: Personal Proposals
folder 7: Resettling the West/Nicaragua
folder 8: Credit Report
folder 9: Tom Carter Project
folder 10: Miscellaneous Items to Save
folder 11: Boise State
folder 12: Poetry Release, Posters
folder 13: National Humanities Center Information
folders 14-16: Miscellaneous Travel Information
folder 17: Paul Allen Foundation Application
folder 18: Patricia Albers, Sioux Kinship in a Colonial Setting
folder 19: Colin Wood, Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands
folder 20: Guidelines
box 66: Miscellaneous and Western History Association (1977-1994)
folder 1: Survey of Documents, Ontario (1980)
folder 2: Banff Center
folder 3: Miscellaneous
folder 4: Shenandoah National Park Study (1977)
folder 5: Indoor-Outdoor Space, Recreation
folder 6: Park and Town; National Park Policy
folder 7: California Parks; Olmstead Bibliography
folder 8: Parks (1978)
folder 9: Donald B. Smith, The Dispossession of the Mississauga Indians
folder 10: National Public Radio, Accounts
folders 11-12: National Public Radio (1993-1994)
folder 13: Larry Wolfe Associates Management
folders 14-15: Western History Association, Program Committee, Correspondence, Proposals (1993)
folders 16-17: Western History Association Sessions (1993-1994)
box 67: Western History Association, Cowboy Poetry (1994)
folders 1-7: Program Committee, Tulsa Meeting
folders 8-14: Topics
folders 15-18: Albuquerque Meeting (1994)
folder 19: Western History Quarterly , Essay Review (1994)
folders 20-22: Cowboy Poetry, Tenth Anniversary
box 68: Native Peoples, Research Materials (1980-1988)
volume 1: The Indian Act
volume 2: The Historical Development of the Indian Act
folder 1: Cornelius J. Jaenen, Les Sauvages Ameriquains (1980)
folder 2: James Axtell, Some Thoughts on the Ethnohistory of Missions
folder 3: Bruce G. Trigger, Ethnohistory: Problems and Prospects
folder 4: Archive Records
folder 5: Morrison, The Case of the Slandered Sagamore (1980)
folder 6: Robert J. Surtees, Studying Indian History in Canada (1980)
folder 7: Treaties, Related Subjects
folder 8: A Growing Partnership: Historians and Anthropologists in Indian History
folder 9: Bid for Historical Hearing, Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation (1988)
folder 10: Bid, Flathead Indian Reservation (1988)
folder 11: Bid, Crow Indian Reservation (1988)
folder 12: Bid, Fort Belknap Indian Reservation (1988)
folder 13: Bid, Blackfeet Indian Reservation (1988)
folder 14: Barry M. Gough, Similarities and Differences in Indian Policies
folder 15: Native History Study Group Supplements
folder 16: Canadian National Parks Centennial (1985)
folder 17: Indian Self-Government in Canada (1983)
box 69: Idaho Land Use Manuscripts, Research Materials (1979-1995)
folder 1: Miscellaneous Pamphlets
folder 2: Western Conference Program Materials
folders 3-4: Land Management
folder 5: Idaho Initial Wilderness Inventory (1979)
folder 6: Wilderness Evaluation of Idaho Public Lands (1979)
folder 7: Wilderness Intensive Inventory, Idaho Falls District (1979)
folder 8: Snake River Islands, Wilderness Evaluation, Sun Valley Area (1979)
folder 9: Idaho Intensive Wilderness Inventory (1979)
folder 10: Miscellaneous Correspondence
folder 11: Western Shoshone

Land Use, Publications, and Manuscripts Regarding Bombing Range and Waste Disposal

folder 12: Folk Art Idaho Exhibition

Included is a list of photographs transferred to the Manuscripts Division's Multimedia Section (P0439).

folders 13-16: Miscellaneous Publications Concerned with Humanities (1995)
box 70: Zuni Research Material, News Clippings (1985-1994)
volume 1: Socorro Resource Management Plan , Draft (1988)
folder 1: Exploring Social, Political and Economic Organization in the Zuni Region (1994)
folders 2-8: Zuni News Clippings
folder 9: Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (1986)
folder 10: Cibola National Forest (New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas) Maps (1985)
box 71: Cibola

Background publications on Cibola National Forest are found in this box.

box 72: Publications

Publications on western subjects include environmental impact statements and environmental plans associated with Zuni territory.

box 73: Publications

Publications on western subjects include environmental impact statements and environmental plans associated with Zuni territory.

box 74: Miscellaneous Research Files (1853-1995)

Much of this material pertains to activities of the Institute of the American West in the 1980s.

folder 1: Photocopy of Survey from Mississippi to Pacific (1853-1854)
folders 2-4: Miscellaneous Chronologies
folders 5-7: Pitt Rivers War God (Zuni)
folder 8: Institute of American West, Idaho, Correspondence, Research
folder 9: Wood River, Parks Conference (1984)
folders 10-12: Idaho, Miscellaneous Correspondence, Research Materials
folder 13: Buffalo Bill Museum Review (1984)
folder 14: Hal Cannon, Cowboy Poetry
folder 15: Moscow, Idaho Conference (1985)
folders 16-17: Oral History as Court Testimony
folder 18: American West Center Reunion (1985)
folder 19: Remaining Ourselves: Music and Tribal Memory (1995)

An audio cassette tape was transferred to the Manuscripts Division's Multimedia Section (A0377).

box 75: Publications (1995)
volume 1: Julian H. Steward, Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Sociopolitical Groups
volume 2: Festival of American Folklife (1995)
folders 1-10: In Their Own Words, Miscellaneous Publications; and a Calendar (1995)
box 76: Environmental Publications
box 77: Court Testimonies (1990)
folder 1: Hart, The Fence Lake Mine Project
folder 2: Hart, The Tribal Claim to Coeur d'Alene
folder 3: O'Neil and Hart, Fraudulent Land Activities by United States (1990)
folder 4: Hart, The Ancient Zuni Salt Trail System
folder 5: Hart, The Zuni Salt Lake Trail System
folder 6: Hart, A Brief Ethnohistory of the Zuni Salt Lake to 1900
folder 7: Hart, Deforestation and Erosion in the Zuni Mountains
folder 8: Statements from Experts Relative to S. 2203
folder 9: Statement of E. Richard Hart (1990)
folder 10: Statements of Experts Relative to H.R. 4143
box 78: Zuni II Exhibits 8001-8091
box 79: Zuni II Exhibits 8092-8182
box 80: Zuni II Exhibits 8183-8279
box 81: Zuni II Exhibits 8280-8389
box 82: Zuni II Exhibits 8390-8462
box 83: Exhibits PX 11001-11101
box 84: Exhibits PX 11102-11123; Wiget 12001-12024
box 85: Hart Files: Zuni Film, Oral History, Cibola Park (1984-1991)
folder 1: Zuni Film, Correspondence (1984-1985)
folder 2: Film, Documentary Information
folder 3: Andrew Wiget, Father Juan Greyrobe Correspondence (1987)
folder 4: Andrew Wiget, Oral History and Correspondence (1987-1988)
folder 5: Will Roscoe, slide lecture, Children of One Father (1987)

Zuni History, 1850-1900

folder 6: Will Roscoe, AWe'Wha and Klah, Correspondence (1988-1989)
folder 7: Will Roscoe, Correspondence (1987-1988)
folders 8-11: Proposed Zuni-Cibola National Historic Park (1988)
folder 12: Proposed Zuni-Cibola National Historic Park (1989)
folder 13: Proposed Zuni-Cibola National Historic Park Meeting (1989)
folder 14: Anita Kay Hardy, Architectural Form and Function as Reflections of Being (1991)
folder 15: Zuni Tribal Council Canes, Proposal (1991)
box 86: Exhibits PX 13001.1-PX 13094.1
box 87: Exhibits PX 13094.2-PX 13152
box 88: Exhibits PX 13153-PX 13238
box 89: Exhibits PX 13239-PX 13307.2 and Baxter PX 9001-9031
box 90: Exhibits PX 3032-9047; Hart's History of Religious Objects (1918-1991)
volume 1: A Brief History of Religious Objects From the Old Zuni Mission (1987)
folder 1: Stewart Culin, Good Furniture (1918)
folder 2: Brooklyn Museum Photographs, Attached Correspondence

These are photocopies. Original photographs were transferred to the Manuscripts Division's Multimedia Section (P0439).

folder 3: Zuni Mission Miera, Correspondence (1987-1991)
folder 4: Research Materials
folder 5: A Brief History of Religious Objects . . . (1987)
folder 6: A Brief History of Religious Objects, Draft
folders 7-11: Correspondence, Research Matter
folder 12: Hart, The Miera Bultos from Zuni
folder 13: Delaney, Mission, ZIIR
folder 14: Photocopies of photographs from Brooklyn Museum

Originals of these photographs, as well as slides from the Brooklyn Museum, have been transferred to the Manuscripts Division's Multimedia Section (P0439).

box 91: Miscellaneous Materials (1853-1995)

Originals of the nine letters from Fort Wingate (folder 16), and the letter from Major Kendrick (folder 4) are accessible with the approval of the Manuscripts Division Head.

folder 1: Personal Festschrift in Honor of Floyd A. O'Neil (1995)
folder 2: Final Proof of Festschrift
folder 3: Page Proofs of Festschrift
folder 4: Photocopy of Brevet Major Henry Lane Kendrick Letter (1853)
folder 5: Major H. L. Kendrick Notation
folders 6-7: Manuscripts, Notes
folders 8-9: Zuni Trade in Corn, Final Draft
folder 10: Hart, Everybody Has His Own Business (1995)
folder 11: Hart, Trade, Disease, and Navajo Hostilities
folder 12: Henry L. Dodge, Biographical Information
folder 13: Hart, Zuni Traditional Development of Natural Resources` (1987)
folder 14: Zuni agriculture, Pages from A Zuni Atlas
folder 15: Hart, Boundaries of Zuni Land
folder 16: Photocopies of Fort Wingate Letters (1870-1871)
folder 17: The Auerbach Collection (1992)
box 92: Files 1-29 (1904-1935)
folder 1: Letter to Greg Thompson
folder 2: National Archives, Files 1-11

Also includes some loose documents.

folder 3: Files 12-13, Central Classified (1907-1935)
folder 4: Files 14-15, Central Classified (1904-1924)
folder 5: File 16, Central Classified (1908-1931)
folder 6: File 17, Zuni, McDowell (1919)
folder 7: Files 18-25, Central Classified, Zuni Decimal File (1917-1935)
folders 8-9: File 26, Zuni Decimal File (1915-1928)
folder 10: File 27, Central Classified (1914-1931)
folder 11: File 28, Central Classified (1929-1931)
folder 12: File 29, Tipton, W. M., Trespass at Zuni (1913)
box 93: Files 30-68 (1909-1929)
folder 1: File 30, Central Classified (1919-1922)
folders 2-3: Files 31-41, Central Classified (1916-1929)
folders 4-5: Files 42-52, Central Classified (1916-1924)
folders 6-7: File 53, Central Classified (1915-1924)
folders 8-9: Files 54-60, Central Classified (1915-1924)
folder 10: Files 61-68, Zuni Decimal File (1909-1929)
box 94: Files 69-104 (1850-1974)
folder 1: File 69, Hearings at Zuni (1931)
folders 2-3: Files 70-81, National Archives, Central Classified (1918-1934)
folders 4-5: File 82, Zuni Agency (1915-1934)
folder 6: Files 83-86, Collier, John; Articles (1920s)
folder 7: Files 87-88, Hart Notes (1850s-1900s)
folder 8: File 88A, Dewey Dismuke Interview (1974)
folder 9: File 88B, Report on Zuni, Tyler Collect
folder 10: File 89, Shroeder, Navajo/Apache Relations
folder 11: File 90, Zuni Also Prays, C. Kuipers
folders 12-15: Files 91-104, Central Classified (1907-1920)
box 95: Files 105-144 (1907-1912)
folders 1-2: Files 105-117, O'Neil-Denver Federal Records Center (1907-1911)
folder 3: File 118, Stevenson, Introduction To Ethnobotany (1912)
folder 4: File 119, Stevenson, Correspondence on Ethnobotany
folders 5-9: File 120, Stevenson, Ethnobotany Manuscript (1912)
folder 10: File 121, List of plants Collected by Stevenson (1912)
folder 11: File 122, Hodge/Stevenson, Clans/Plants
folder 12: Files 123-133, Interviews and Hart Notes
folders 13-16: File 134, Roberts, Village of the Great Kivas
folders 17-19: Files 135-144, United Pueblos, Southern Pueblos
box 96: Files 145-153K (1916-1917)
folder 1: Files 145-148, Farming, Industry, Stock- Zuni (1916)
folder 2: Files 149-152, Zuni News Clippings
folder 3: File 153, Range and Wildlife (1917)
folder 4: File 153A, Chester Mahoody Deposition
folder 5: File 153B, Frank Vacit Deposition
folder 6: File 153C, Alonzo Hustito Deposition
folder 7: File 153D, Ralph Quam Deposition
folder 8: File 153E, Theodore Edaakie Deposition
folder 9: File 153F, Mecalito Wlytsalucy Deposition
folder 10: File 153G, Sefferino Erachio, Sr., Deposition
folder 11: File 153H, Oscar Nastacio Deposition
folder 12: File 153I, Tom Awelgate Deposition
folder 13: File 153J, Fred Bowannie Deposition
folder 14: File 153K, Chester H. Gaspar Deposition
box 97: Files 153L-177
folder 1: File 153L, A. L. Nastacio Deposition
folders 2-3: File 153M, Holmes and Fowler Manuscript, Parts 1 and 2
folders 4-6: Files 154-168, O'Neil and Thompson
folder 7: File 169, Special Report 1903 American West Center
folders 8-10: Files 170-176, Notes on Miscellaneous Books and other Works
folder 11: File 177, Memorandum on Treaties
box 98: Files 178-220 (1879-1945)
folder 1: File 178, Zuni Annual Reports (1897-1945)
folder 2: File 179, Fuller, C.P. on Cushing, Zuni, and Hemenway (1879-1889)
folders 3-6: Files 180-194, Central Classified, Zuni 313 (1907-1919)
folders 7-9: Files 195-202, Central Classified, Zuni 331-339 (1910-1932)
folders 10-14: Files 203-220, Central Classified, Zuni 013-055 (1909-1935)
box 99: Files 221-257 (1884-1924)
folder 1: Files 221-121, Central Classified, Zuni 300, 301, 272, 256
folder 2: File 232, Zuni Investigation (1924)
folders 3-6: Files 233-247, National Archives Central Classified, Zuni 301-304.3
folder 7: Files 248-249, Central Classified, Zuni
folders 8-10: File 250, Zuni Decimal File
folders 11-12: File 251, Forest (1908-1913)
folder 13: Files 252-253, National Archives, Indian Affairs, Inspectors Reports (1885-1910)
folder 14: File 254, War God Shrine Documents
folder 15: File 255, Missions of New Mexico
folder 16: File 256, 1955 Zuni Governor Conflict
folder 17: File 257, Cushing Annual Report (1884)
box 100: Files 258-273 (1980)
folder 1: File 258, Cushing, Study of Pueblo Pottery
folder 2: File 259, Mixed Blood Apaches
folder 3: File 260, Ladd, High Altitude
folder 4: File 261, Page, Redhouse
folder 5: File 262, Mollhausen
folder 6: File 263, Cushing, Primitive Copper Working
folder 7: File 264, Huntington Library (1980)
folder 8: File 265, Espeyo, 1587, Transcript
folder 9: File 266, Troyer, Indian Music Lecture
folder 10: File 267, Kern Diaries
folder 11: File 268, Southwest Museum Notes
folder 12: File 269, Zuni Report (Photographs)
folder 13: Files 270-271, Zuni Maps
folders 14-16: File 272, Testimony, Final Copy I
folders 17-18: File 273, Testimony, Final Copy II
box 101: Files 274-278
folders 1-3: File 274, Hart Notes on Materials, Testimony, Part I
folders 4-5: File 275, Hart Notes on Materials, Testimony, Part II
folders 6-7: File 276, Exhibits done with Reference Numbers
folders 8-9: File 277, Uncorrected Testimony
folders 10-12: File 278, Plat Research Carried out by John Baxter
box 102: Files 279-289 (1970)
folders 1-3: File 279, Central Classified, Zuni 124-124.1, 130, 150
folder 4: File 280, Stewart, Guy--Pueblo Architecture
folders 5-6: File 281, Roberts, H.H., Jr., Kiatuthlana
folders 7-8: File 282, Wheeler (American West Center)
folder 9: File 283, Southwest Museum and Smithsonian Institution Notes
folder 10: File 284, Zuni Chronology, Hart
folders 11-12: File 285, Hart, Unpublished Manuscripts (1970)
folder 13: File 286, Hodge, Metal Working
folder 14: File 287, Culin
folder 15: File 288, Articles
folder 16: File 289, Zuni Agriculture
box 103: Files 290-304 (1963-1977)
folder 1: File 290, Navajo Findings of Fact
folder 2: File 291, Salt Lake Hearings (1977)
folder 3: File 292, New Mexico Superintendency Microfilm
folder 4: File 293, Hart, Witchcraft at Zuni, Unpublished Manuscript (1970)
folder 5: File 294, Triloki Nath Pandey, Signed Offprints, Notes
folder 6: File 295, Land Meeting (1963)

A transcript and notes (the only record of this period in land claim effort--people recalled events since 1879).

folders 7-8: File 296, Miscellaneous Articles and Notes on Books
folder 9: File 297, S. Lyman Tyler, Report on Zuni Pueblo
folder 10: File 298, Nathaniel Nasheboo Interview (1973)
folder 11: File 299, Interviews and Notes, Hart, American West Center
folder 12: File 300, Cushing, Outlines of Zuni Creation Myths
folder 13: File 301, John L. Landgraf, Land-Use
folder 14: File 302, Catalogue, H-C, South West Museum #159
folder 15: File 303, Cushing, Los Nutrias
folder 16: File 304, Brugge Documents
box 104: Files 305-332 (1664-1940)
folder 1: File 305, Map, Nueva Granada
folder 2: File 306, Kern, Map of Territory of New Mexico (1851)
folder 3: File 307, Kern, Manuscript on Cibola (1853)
folder 4: File 308, Deposition of Ojeda (1869)
folder 5: File 309, Martinez, Expedition Against Moqui (1716)
folder 6: File 310, Vigil, Speech to the Hon. Assembly (1846)
folder 7: File 311, Brigand (1664)
folder 8: File 312, Crusate (1684)
folder 9: File 313, Vigil, Historical (1801-1851)
folder 10: File 314, Alvino Perez (1835)
folder 11: File 315, Overman Disbursements (1852)
folder 12: File 316, Sanchez, Inventory (1789)
folder 13: File 317, Stirling, Indian Tribes of Pueblo Land (1940)
folder 14: File 318, Gonzales, Shalakos
folder 15: File 319, Zuni Land (1939)
folder 16: File 320, Riley, The Road to Hawikuh
folder 17: File 321, Arroyo Cutting and Filling
folder 18: File 322, Yellowhouse Survey
folder 19: File 323, Woodbury, Prehistoric Agriculture
folder 20: File 324, Bradfield, Hopi Agriculture
folder 21: File 325, Hack, The Changing Hopi Environment
folder 22: File 326, RG393, Records of Army, Department of New Mexico, L-R (1856)
folder 23: File 327, RG393, Continental Commands (1850-1866)
folder 24: File 328, RG393, Army Commands, Department of New Mexico, L-R (1851-1858)
folder 25: File 329, RG393, Army Commands, Department of New Mexico, L-R (1858)
folder 26: File 330, RG393, Army Commands, Department of New Mexico, L-R (1857)
folder 27: File 331, RG92, National Archives, Fort Defiance (1855)
folder 28: File 332, RG393, Army Commands, Department of New Mexico, L-R (1853)
box 105: Files 333-341 (1851-1906)
folder 1: File 333, Fort Wingate (1869-1906)
folder 2: File 334, Fort Wingate, Selected Letters (1869-1906)
folder 3: File 335, Territorial Papers Office, National Archives
folder 4: File 336, Fort Wingate (1881-1893)
folder 5: File 337, RG393, Records of Army Commands (1862-1863)
folders 6-7: File 338, RG393, National Archives (1851-1866)
folders 8-9: File 339, Bandelier
folder 10: File 340, Bandelier, Chapters 3 and 4, Notes
folders 11-14: File 341, Tipton #1, Denver Federal Records Center
box 106: Files 342-350 (1867-1970)
folders 1-2: File 342, Tipton #2, Denver Federal Records Center
folder 3: File 343, Cushing, Frank H., Caves (1881)
folder 4: File 344, Christian Missionaries at Zuni, Unpublished Essay by Hart (1970)
folder 5: File 345, Harpers Weekly (1867-1884)
folder 6: File 346, Gatschet-Cushing, Zuni Speeches
folder 7: File 347, Cushing, Annual Report (1883)
folders 8-13: File 348, National Archives, Zuni (1881-1892)
folder 14: File 349, H-C South West Museum, Not Yet Cited
folder 15: File 350, Cushing, Map
box 107: Files 351-358
folder 1: File 351, Cushing, Pueblos and Ruins of the U.S.
folder 2: File 352, Southwest Museum, Hodge-Cushing
folder 3: File 353, Southwest Museum Documents
folder 4: File 354, Hodge-Cushing Collection
folders 5-8: File 355, Zuni History
folders 9-10: File 356, Mindeleff, Annotated Bibliography
folders 11-12: File 357, Mindeleff, Annotated Bibliography
folders 13-15: File 358, Vlasich, Pueblo Indian Agriculture
box 108: Files 359-374 (1979)
folders 1-4: File 359, Vlasich, Pueblo Indian Agriculture
folder 5: File 360, Mills and Ferguson, Zuni Archaeology Program
folder 6: File 361, Aberle, The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico
folder 7: File 362, Bryan, Flood-Water Farming
folder 8: File 363, Lands in Trust for Canoncito Navajos
folders 9-10: File 364, Tree Ring Dates
folder 11: File 365, Tainter and Gallio
folder 12: File 366, Keur, A Chapter in Navajo-Pueblo Relations
folder 13: File 367, Douglas, Main Types of Pueblo Cotton Textiles
folders 14-15: File 368, Zuni Computer Printout
folder 16: File 369, Bandelier, Archives of the Hemenway
folder 17: File 370, Kirk, Zuni Hunt
folder 18: File 371, The Early Navajo and Apache
folder 19: File 372, The Captive Priest of Halona

A copy of manuscript oral history by Andrew Napetcha, tribal historian.

folder 20: File 373, Prehistoric Agricultural Systems
folder 21: File 374, Freedom of Religion Hearings (1979)
box 109: Files 375-392 (1890-1957)
folder 1: File 375, Prehistoric Southwest Agriculture and Water Control Freshness
folders 2-3: File 376, Benedict and Others, Zuni Mythology
folder 4: File 377, Hoffman, Notice of an Interesting Pueblo Weapon
folder 5: File 378, Hart Interview with Bernie Vanderwagen
folder 6: File 379, Eriacho, In the Beginning
folder 7: File 380, Eriacho and Ferguson, Zuni War Gods
folder 8: File 381, Maps
folder 9: File 382, Forestry, Zuni (1957)
folder 10: File 383, Twitchell, Pueblo Land Tenures
folder 11: File 384, Finders Guide, Zuni Archives
folder 12: File 385, Zuni
folder 13: File 386, Rasch, The Sante Fe Ring
folder 14: File 387, Zuni Prehistory, Hart Manuscript
folders 15-17: File 388, Miscellaneous Zuni Materials
folder 18: File 389, Fewkes Transcription (1890)

This was a prepared from a wax recording.

folder 19: File 390, Barbara J. Mills, Lumber Operations
folder 20: File 391(1), Farming Villages, Milled Lumber
folder 21: File 391(2), Tyler Notes on Zuni Period of Hardship
folder 22: File 392, Southwest Museum Guide, T. J. F.
box 110: Files 393-415 (1880-1960)
folder 1: File 393, George Gwyther, AThe Pueblo Indians; Century
folder 2: File 394, Marata Ferguson Letter
folder 3: File 395, Lorenz Chavez, Autobiography
folder 4: File 396, Zuni Letters to Commission of Indian Affairs (Zuni Pueblo Files) (1946)
folder 5: File 397, William A. Bell, New Tracks in North America
folder 6: File 398, Zuni Rock Art
folder 7: File 399, Solutions to Flooding in Zuni
folder 8: File 400, Miscellaneous from Zuni Files (1925-1960)
folder 9: File 401, Brugge, Pueblo Factionalism
folder 10: File 402, Hoffman, Historic Resources of the Little Colorado Valley
folder 11: File 403, Kirk, Buffalo Fetish Jar
folders 12-14: File 404, Zuni Ethno Orinthology
folder 15: File 405, Udell Journal, Notes
folder 16: File 406, Judd; Rinaldo
folder 17: File 407, Edward S. Curtis, The North American Indian , Excerpt
folder 18: File 408, Ruth R. Ealy, Water in a Thirsty Land , Excerpt
folder 19: File 409, Ancient Pueblos
folder 20: File 410, George Parker Winship, Coronado Expedition, Excerpt
folder 21: File 411, G. W.James, from With the Zunis in New Mexico
folder 22: File 412, A. F. Bandelier, Southwest Indians (1880-1885)
folder 23: File 413, Edwin L. Sabin, from Kit Carson Days
folder 24: File 414, Zuni Musical Instruments
folder 25: File 415, Alfred E. Dittert Jr., Minerals and Rocks
box 111: Files 416-435
folder 1: File 416, Status of Zuni Minerals
folder 2: File 417, Kintigh, Settlement Patterns
folder 3: File 418, Zuni Environment
folder 4: File 419, Hydrogeology at Zuni
folder 5: File 420, Barbara Tedlock
folder 6: File 421, Abel, Official Correspondence of James S. Calhoon
folder 7: File 422, Fewkes, Summer Ceremonials and Reconnaissance of Ruins
folder 8: File 423, Scott, Extra Census Bulletin
folder 9: File 424, Bolton, Spanish Exploration
folder 10: File 425, Telling, Ramah
folder 11: File 426, Telling, Dissertation
folder 12: File 427, Defouri, Catholic Church
folder 13: File 428, Domenech, Seven Years' Residence
folder 14: File 429, National Archives, Notes and Miscellaneous Documents
folder 15: File 430, Defendants Exhibits, Docket 229
folder 16: File 431, Denver Federal Records Center, Miscellaneous Materials
folders 17-18: File 432, Correspondence, Zuni
folder 19: File 433, Parsons, Notes on Zuni; BAE Index
folder 20: File 434, Miscellaneous Papers, Documents, Notes
folder 21: File 435, Elam Exhibits
box 112: Files 436-444
folder 1: File 436, Hart, Miscellaneous Exhibits
folder 2: File 437, Dan Dubois Hodge
folders 3-4: File 438, Miscellaneous Items
folder 5: File 439, Zuni National Cultural Park
folder 6: File 440, Matthews
folders 7-8: File 440, Miscellaneous Articles and Books
folders 9-11: File 441, Miscellaneous Works
folders 12-14: File 442, Miscellaneous Works
folders 15-17: File 443, Miscellaneous Works
folders 18-19: File 444, National Archives from American West Center
box 113: Files 445-451; Shalako; Agriculture (1881-1984)
folders 1-4: File 445, National Archives from American West Center
folders 5-7: File 446, National Archives from American West Center
folders 8-11: File 447, Smithsonian from American West Center
folders 12-14: File 448, National Archives from American West Center
folder 15: File 449, Seven Articles from Harper's Weekly , American West Center
folder 16: File 450, National Archives, RG75, L-R, Bureau of Indian Affairs (1881-1907)
folders 17-19: File 451, Navajo Calendar, American West Center
folder 20: Visit to Shalako (1984)
folders 21-23: Zuni Agriculture, Manuscript, Correspondence
box 114: Denver Federal Records, AWC Materials, Zuni Agriculture, Z10 Files (1889-1982)

Folders 1-14 contain Denver Federal Records Center materials as listed; folders 15-18 contain material from American West Center; folder 19 begins Z10 files. Hart began Z10 files in 1982 when Zuni II started up. They contain a diversity of materials including documents, news clippings, and correspondence as well as articles and primary and secondary source materials.

folder 1: Materials; Typed Notes
folder 2: Santa Fe Materials and Notes
folder 3: Records of Adjutant General's Office
folder 4: Nordstrom
folder 5: Miscellaneous Photocopies
folder 6: Navajo Agency; Interior Department Information
folder 7: House of Representatives, Secretary of War (1889-1890)
folder 8: New Mexico Historical Review; Utah Historical Society; Ramah, New Mexico, and Other Documents
folders 9-14: Miscellaneous Typed Notes
folders 15-18: Copies of Material from National Archives and Denver Federal Center
folder 19: Shalako (1982)
folder 20: B. Tedlock
folder 21: Dillon: Rice Journal
folder 22: 95-341, American Indian Religious Freedom
folder 23: Ferguson, Historic Zuni Land Use
folder 24: Holmes, The Cushing Census
folder 25: Hardin, Zuni Ceramics
folder 26: Ford, Inter-Indian Exchange
folder 27: Chavers, Zuni Experiment
folder 28: Woodbury, Pueblo Warfare
folder 29: Simmons, Blacksmithing at Zuni Pueblo
folder 30: Dean and Robinson, Dendroclimatic Variability in American Southwest
box 115: Z10 Files (1982)
folder 1: Zuni History Conference (1982)
folder 2: Adams, Obstinate Hopi
folder 3: Ferguson/Anyon
folder 4: Fay Anthropology Reports
folder 5: Vale
folder 6: Symposium on Prehistoric Agriculture
folder 7: Denevan, Livestock and Gullying
folder 8: Lazarus, Memorandum
folder 9: Alford, San Vicente Arroyo
folder 10: Leighly, Meandering Arroyos
folder 11: Lagasse, Erosion Bibliography
folder 12: Bourke: Zuni Urine Dance
folder 13: Eggan, Beyond the Bicentennial
folder 14: Ball, Indian Mining
folder 15: Zuni Mining Notes, Used
folder 16: Zuni Mining Notes, Correspondence, Manuscript
folders 17-18: Zuni Mining
folder 19: Zuni Mining, Walker, Palowahtiwa
box 116: Z10 Files (1982)
folder 1: Fenton, Taos Factionalism
folder 2: Diggs (1982)
folder 3: Mills, Photographic Ethnohistory
folder 4: Zuni Craftsman Catalogue
folder 5: Ferguson and Hart, Lewis Interview (1982)
folder 6: Camazine, Zuni Ethnobotany
folder 7: Oral History Paper by Richard Hart
folder 8: Oral History Component
folders 9-11: Defendant's Exhibits, Jenkins and Minge
folder 12: Ferguson, Ethics
folder 13: Ferguson, American Indian Religious Freedom Act
folder 14: Brandt, Toward Factionalism
folder 15: Man and Eagle
folders 16-19: Defendant's Exhibits
folders 20-26: Richard Hart Exhibits
box 117: Z11 Files (1846-1985)

Folders 4-10 contain exhibit 6000, Ferguson's Zuni II report, contents as listed below.

folders 1-3: Ford Duplicate
folder 4: Ferguson Questions
folder 5: Table of Contents, Introduction, Sources, Sections 3.-5.
folder 6: 6. Zuni Land Use (1846-1908)
folders 7-8: 7. Zuni Land Use, Agriculture, Livestock (1909-1984)
folder 9: 8. Archaeology; 9. Summary and Conclusions

Section 10 is not included.

folder 10: ll. Appendix 1
folder 11: David J. Weber on early Published Graphic images, Southwest Art (1984)

Includes a reproduction of 1851 color drawing of Zuni mission interior.

folder 12: Notes
folder 13: Uinta Surveys
folder 14: Flooding, Gallup Independent (1985)
folder 15: Ferguson, Paper on Salt and Water Control
folder 16: Ferguson, A Century of Change
folder 17: Leslie Spier, An Outline for a Chronology of Zuni Ruins

Includes a map.

folder 18: Leslie Spier, Zuni Weaving Technique
folder 19: Employment Profiles
folder 20: Immense Reserve for Zunis (1903)
box 118: Z11 Files and Other Documents (1959-1984)

Z11 continues here in folders 1 through 18; other materials are in folders 19-21 as listed below.

folders 1-2: Zuni Language Books for Children
folder 3: Zuni Language, Illustrated
folder 4: Zuni Language Learning Manual
folder 5: Zuni Museum
folder 6: Photograph Myths
folder 7: Indians of New Mexico
folder 8: Zuni Olympics Brochure (1984)
folder 9: Constitution (1959)
folder 10: Foster, Zuni-Cibola Trail
folder 11: Zuni News Clippings
folder 12: Pueblo Shields
folder 13: Shopping for Zuni Silver, Published in Sunset (1983)
folders 14-17: Denver Federal Records Center Materials
folder 18: Santa Fe, New Mexico
folder 19: Wilfred Eriacho Book, Copies
folder 20: William Tecumseh Sherman
folder 21: Young and Bartman, Rock Art of the Zuni-Cibola Region
box 119: Z11 Files (1959-1987)
folder 1: Report to the Zuni People (1984)
folder 2: Folklore, M. Jane Young
folder 3: American West Center Correspondence
folder 4: Report to the [Zuni] People (1985)
folder 5: Roberts Paper
folder 6: Trowbridge, Zuni (1987)
folder 7: At the Laying of the Cornerstone
folder 8: Constitution (1959)
folder 9: Bourke on the Southwest
folder 10: Hodge
folders 11-14: Bibliographic Materials, Zuni American West Center
folder 15: Whitaker, The Zuni Shalako Festival
box 120: Z12 Files (1847)
folder 1: The Republican (1847)
folder 2: Forest Policy
folder 3: Cibola Multiple Use Guide
folder 4: Singer
folder 5: Stevenson, Zuni Irrigation
folders 6-9: Range Survey I
folders 10-12: Range Survey II
folder 13: Yellowhouse
folder 14: Parsons
folder 15: Savory
folder 16: E. S. Sergeant
folder 17: Gary Nabhan
folder 18: Tsethlikai
folder 19: Stock Reduction
folder 20: Black Rock Dam
folder 21: Clark to Wilson
folder 22: Cushing
folder 23: Eriacho
folder 24: Green
folder 25: Luke Lyon
folder 26: La Cronica
folder 27: Parks Maps
folder 28: Kin and Clan
folder 29: Allotments and Fee Land Map
folder 30: Zuni Tree-Ring Dates
folder 31: Miscellaneous
folder 32: Bryan
folder 33: Zuni Oil and Gas Development
box 121: Z12 and Zuni Archaeology Program

Fds 1 through 19 continue the Z12 materials; folders 20-21 are correspondence concerned with the Zuni Archaeology Program.

folder 1: Stewart
folder 2: Lonjose Reseeding Project
folder 3: Hall-Chaco
folder 4: Dean, et. al.
folder 5: Rose and Dean
folder 6: Ferguson, Ethics
folder 7: Kintigh
folder 8: Zuni II Deposition Exhibits
folder 9: Eustace Interview
folder 10: Penketewa Interview
folder 11: Pablo Interview
folder 12: Thomas Interview
folder 13: Lonjose Interview; Enote Interview
folder 14: Laselute and Mateya Interview
folder 15: Lasiloo Interview
folder 16: Eriacho Interview; Majooty Interview
folder 17: Nastacio Interview
folder 18: Neumayah and Walela Interview
folder 19: Idiaque Interview
folders 20-21: Zuni Archaeology Program Correspondence
box 122: Zuni Archaeology Program (1908-1959)
folder 1: Miscellaneous Correspondence (1950s)
folder 2: Meetings and Dispute (1943)
folders 3-4: Z12/Zuni Archaeology Project Rebut Z11, Correspondence
folders 5-6: Miscellaneous
folder 7: Frank Harker
folder 8: Big Snow (1931-1932)
folder 9: Tipton
folder 10: Excavation Permits
folder 11: Factionalism
folder 12: Commissioner of Indian Affairs Report (1908)
folders 13-25: Annual Reports (1916-1930)
box 123: Red Dot Folders (1907-1953)
folder 1: Schools, Land, Fish, buildings, Trade, Water, Irrigation (1907-1909)
folder 2: Living Conditions and Facilities (1909-1912)
folder 3: Canes (1908-1924)
folder 4: 1912 Horse Thieves (1953)
folder 5: School Reports (1913-1918)
folder 6: School, Mineral (1920-1921)
folders 7-8: Irrigation (1911-1922)
folder 9: School Inspection (1921)
folder 10: Margaret A. Lewis Home, Correspondence, Structure (1925-1927)
folders 11-14: All Subjects (1920-1925)
folder 15: Canes (1925-1928)
folder 16: Sale of Pots (1933)
folder 17: Mineral Samples (1933)
folder 18: Miscellaneous (1923-1934)
folder 19: Nutria Day School (1934-1935)
folders 20-21: Range Management (1930-1931)
box 124: Red Dot Folders (1908-1941)
folders 1-3: Nutria Dam (1930-1935)
folders 4-7: All Subjects (1930-1935)
folder 8: Sub-marginal Lands (1934)
folders 9-12: Commissioner Collier's Office Files (1937-1940)
folder 13: Railroad Land (1935)
folder 14: Forestry (1934-1935)
folder 15: Flooding (1940)
folder 16: Civilian Conservation Corp Work (1940)
folder 17: Zuni Coal Mine (1908)
folders 18-19: Ag
folder 20: Soil (1941)
folder 21: Irrigation, Stock, Agency
box 125: Red Dot Folders (1882-1947)
folder 1: Enterprise Reports (1940-1944)
folder 2: Annual Reports (1942)
folder 3: Timber Fire Control (1943)
folder 4: Demolition of Buildings, Coal Mine (1943-1945)
folder 5: Land, Forestry, Trade, Grazing, Allotments (1934-1944)
folder 6: Succession (1944)
folder 7: Lands, Buildings, M. Lewis House (1944)
folders 8-9: Allot, Historic site, Fire/Grazing, Soil/Water, Statistics (1940-1944)
folder 10: Lands, Trust Accounts (1945)
folder 11: Timber, Fire, Irrigation (1943-1946)
folder 12: Kelsey site; Vanderwagon (1945-1946)
folder 13: Land Status, Water (1941-1943)
folder 14: North and South Purchase Areas (1946-1947)
folder 15: Rights of Way (1946)
folder 16: Nutria, Conflicts, Lands, Water, Trespass (1882-1883)
folder 17: Stevenson; Graham, Black Rock Dam
folders 18-19: Schools, Law and Order, Trespass, Nutria (1885-1889)
folder 20: Agency, School, Law and Order, Trespass (1890-1893)
folders 21-22: Letters Received (1894-1899)

These are in regards to buildings, mission lands, law and order, witchcraft, school, and trespass.

box 126: Red Dot Folders (1900-1929)
folders 1-2: Irrigation, Military, Law and Order, Schools (1900-1904)
folder 3: Christian Reformed and Catholic Missions
folders 4-5: Black Rock Dam (1907-1909)
folders 6-7: Zuni Dam (1910-1913)
folders 8-10: Timber, Buildings, Land Surveys, Agriculture, Roads (1913-1919)
folder 11: Special Report, Zuni Dam (1913)
folder 12: Traders (1916)
folder 13: Forestry (1918)
folder 14: Dry Farming (1919)
folder 15: McDowell Report (1919)
folder 16: Health (1923-1924)
folder 17: Airport (1929)
folders 18-19: Bryan (1928)
box 127: Red Dot Folders (1910-1982)
folder 1: Airways Beacon (1930-1933)
folders 2-4: Zuni Dam (1928)
folders 5-6: Black Rock Dam (1929-1930)
folders 7-8: Forestry (1932)
folder 9: Correspondence (1928-1933)
folders 10-11: Forestry (1933)
folder 12: Arroyos, Cutting (1933)
folder 13: Grazing, Sheep, Education (1910-1933)
folders 14-15: All Subjects (1927-1934)
folder 16: Hart, Zuni: A Working Bibliography (1982)
box 128: Card Catalog, Authors, A-T
box 129: Card Catalog, Authors, U-Z, Miscellaneous Groups, and Subjects
box 130: Card Catalog, Authors and Subjects, 1970-1974

These cards were put together when Hart was at the American West Center working on his report for Steve Boyden, which was submitted to Congress to gain passage of enabling legislation. The corresponding files no longer exist.

box 131: Zuni Tabloid, Conference (1982-1983)

The Zuni History Conference was held October 30-31, 1982, at Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Discussions of Zuni land use and history were conducted by Zuni leaders, anthropologists and historians. A tabloid containing pertinent material was published. Drafts of these proceedings are contained in boxes 131-133.

folder 1: Posters for Zuni Tribal History Conference (1983)
folder 2: Chief Executives in Reservation Governance, Correspondence
folders 3-6: Zuni Government Paper, Notes
folder 7: School of American Research, Manuscript, Correspondence
folder 8: The Development of Constitutional Government at Zuni Pueblo
folders 9-10: Zuni Tabloid Reprint
folder 11: Zuni Tabloid Reprint, Notes, Tabloid
box 132: Zuni Tabloid (1986-1987)
folder 1: Grant Proposal (1986)
folder 2: Zuni Museum Exhibit (1987)
folders 3-9: Zuni Tabloid
folders 10-15: Zuni Conference Transcripts
folder 16: Zuni Tabloid Manuscripts
box 133: Zuni History Conference, Cowboy Poetry, Various Site Visits (1982-1988)
folders 1-3: Zuni History Conference, Transcripts (1982)
folders 4-5: Cowboy Poetry (1988)
folder 6: Atlatl Site Visit
folder 7: Pioche Site Visit
folder 8: Eight Northern Pueblos Site Visit
folder 9: Burke Museum Site Visit
folder 10: Utah State University Site Visit
folder 11: Hawaiian Site Visit
folder 12: Oklahoma Site Visit
box 134: Zuni Mountains (1988)
volume 1: Hart, The Zuni Mountains: Chronology of an Environmental Disaster (1988)
folders 1-4: Zuni Mountains, Manuscript Drafts
box 135: Zuni Reports, Manuscript Drafts (1987)
volume 1: The Zuni Mountains , Draft
folder 1: Rebuttal Report: Damage to Zuni Trust Lands
folder 2: Draft Material
folder 3: Comments on PX 15,000 Draft Report
folder 4: Hart and Ferguson, Rebuttal Report, Interpretation of Photographs
folder 5: Draft 2, Kolhu/wala:wa, Barefoot Trail
folder 6: Barefoot Trail (1987)
box 136: Zuni Reports
folder 1: Inserts for Other Copies
folder 2: Barefoot Trail, Notes of T. J. Ferguson
folder 3: Exhibit notes, Kolhu/wala:wa, Barefoot Trail
folder 4: Koth Report
folder 5: Zuni II Preliminary Report
box 137: Zuni Trust Lands (1876-1946)

This box contains drafts of various parts of the manuscript, .

folder 1: Damage to Zuni Trust Lands, first Draft
folder 2: Part II Zuni Trust Lands (1876-1900)
folder 3: Zuni Trust Lands Summary (1876-1900)
folder 4: Part III Damage to Zuni Trust Lands (1900-1946)
folders 5-6: Damage to Zuni Trust Lands (1918-1923)
folder 7: Damage to Zuni Trust Lands Summary (1900-1946)
folders 8-9: Hart, Damage to Zuni Trust Lands
folder 10: Zuni Trust Lands, Summary (1876-1900)
folder 11: Part III Damage to Zuni Trust Lands (1900-1946)
folders 12-15: Damage to Zuni Trust Lands (1913-1946)
box 138: Zuni Trust Lands
folder 1: Damage to Zuni Trust Lands, Revisions
folder 2: Part I Final
folder 3: Part I Historical Descriptions
folders 4-5: Part II Zuni Trust Lands
folders 6-10: Part III Damage to Zuni Trust Lands
box 139: Zuni Trade
volume 1-2: Hart, Boundaries of Zuni Land
folder 1: Testimony, Working
folder 2: Hart, Zuni Trade
folder 3: Notes
folders 4-6: Zuni Trade Notes, Manuscripts, Research
box 140: Zuni I Claims Court Transcripts
volume 1: Defendant's Requested Findings of Fact
volume 2: Defendant's Objections to Plaintiff's Requested Findings of Fact
volume 3: Defendant's Brief
volume 4: Plaintiff's Requested Findings of Fact
volume 5: Footnotes to Plaintiff's Findings of Fact
volume 6: Plaintiff's Post-Trial Brief
box 141: Zuni I Claims Court, Research Materials
volume 1-3: Plaintiff's Reply Brief, Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Objections
folder 1: Wichita Findings
folder 2: Hart Exhibits
folder 3: Findings of Fact
folder 4: Motion to Dismiss
folder 5: Findings of Fact
folder 6: Rebuttal
folder 7: Hart, Effects of Disease Among the Zunis and Population Estimates
box 142: Miscellaneous
folder 1: Hart, Factors Relating to Zuni Land
folder 2: Rebuttal Notes
folder 3: Ed Ladd Testimony, Corrections
folders 4-5: Trial Notes
folders 6-7: Zuni Notes, Testimony
folders 8-10: Pertinent Findings and Opinions
folder 11: Hart, Oral Testimony
box 143: Reports (1979-1982)
folder 1: Semiannual Report on Progress of Zuni Land Claims Case (1982)
volume 1: United States Court of Claims Zuni Indian Tribe vs. United States
volume 2: Semiannual Reports on Progress of Zuni Land Claims Case (1979-1982)
volume 3: Semiannual Reports on Progress of Zuni Reservation Damage Case (1981-1982)
box 144: Reports, Manuscript Drafts (1982-1988)
folder 1: Semi-annual Report on Progress of Zuni Reservation Damage Case (1982)
folder 2: T. J. Ferguson, Draft of Zuni II Testimony and Tree Ring Dates
folder 3: T. J. Ferguson, Patterns of Zuni Land Use and Environmental Change (1985)
folder 4: John O. Baxter, Patterns of Land Use Within Zuni Land Claim Area (1988)
folder 5: Stephen A. Hall, Preliminary Report, Erosion of Zuni Reservation Lands (1985)
folder 6: Stephen A. Hall, Draft of Rebuttal Report (1988)
folder 7: John Appel, Zuni II Draft Testimony (1984)
folders 8-9: Richard I. Ford, Zuni Land Use and Damage to Trust Land
folder 10: Stephen A. Hall, Zuni II Draft Testimony (Erosion)
folder 11: Responses to Objections (1984)
volume 1: Exhibit 7000, Rebuttal Report, Land Use Damage
volume 2: Rebuttal Report, Geomorphology, Hydrology, and Land Use
box 145: Bound Draft Reports (1980-1985)
folder 1: Ferguson, Zuni Settlement and Land Use: An Archaeological Perspective (1980)
folder 2: Changes in Geomorphology, Hydrology, and Land Use (1985)
volume 1: Federal Government on the Zuni Reservation
box 146: Docket 327-81L, Wessel Exhibits

This box contains exhibits DX 11,001-DX 11,050 and DX 11,051-DX 11094.

box 147: Docket 327-81L, Wessel Exhibits

This box contains exhibits DX 11,096-DX 11,136 and DX 11,137-DX 11,181.

box 148: Bound Reports
volume 1: Federal Government Activity on the Zuni Reservation
volume 2: An Agricultural History of Jemez Pueblo, The American Period
box 149: Bound Reports
volume 1: Santa Ana Pueblo, 1846-1896 , Plaintiff's Exhibits, Footnotes VIEW
volume 2: Zia Pueblo Agriculture and Water Use Through the Centuries VIEW
volume 3: An Agricultural History of Jemez Pueblo, 1500-1845 VIEW
volume 4: Historic Farming and Irrigated Lands of the Pueblo of Santa Ana VIEW
volume 5: An Agricultural History of Zia Pueblo, The American Period VIEW
volume 6: An Agricultural History of Zia Pueblo, Plantiff's Exhibits VIEW
volume 7: Zia Pueblo Agriculture and Water (Plaintiff's Exhibits) VIEW
volume 8: Santa Ana Pueblo 1846-1896 VIEW
box 150: Bound Reports
volume 1: Veronica Tiller, An Agricultural History of Jemez Pueblo
volume 2: An Agricultural History of Jemez Pueblo (1500-1845)
volume 3: An Agricultural History of Jemez Pueblo (1846-1946) VIEW
box 151: Zuni Film File and News Clippings (1980-1990)
folders 1-3: Zuni Film File, Morgan Associates, Correspondence, Proposal, Research (1980-1981)
folders 4-9: Zuni News Clippings (1986-1990)
box 152: Zuni News Clippings; Ebert Manuscript (1987-1990)
folders 1-2: Zuni News Clippings (1987-1990)
folders 3-5: Arizona Republic Series on Bureau of Indian Affairs
folder 6: James I. Ebert, Draft, Historic Photographs: Photo interpretation
box 153: Book of Burials, 1706-1719

This box contains copies of pages from the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, Book of Burials, for the years 1706 through 1719, referred to as the lost mission records of Zuni in Hart's notes.

box 154: Zuni News Clippings, Hall Manuscripts, Billings (1987-1991)
folders 1-5: Zuni News Clippings (1990-1991)
folder 6: Steve Hall, Correspondence, Draft Report (1988)
folder 7: Monthly Income (1987)

Also includes Institute of the North American West billings.

box 155: Zuni Sacred Trail, Report by Hart and Exhibits (1985)
folder 1: Hart, The Zunis' Sacred Trail (1985)
folder 2: The Zunis' Sacred Trail, Exhibit List
box 156: Meshorer Pleadings (1985-1990)
box 157: Correspondence, Institute of the North American West, Reports (1985-1987)
volume 1: Owyhee Proposed MFP Amendment, Final Environmental Statement (1986)
volume 2: Jarbidge Resource, Record of Decision
folder 1: Project Facts for Institute of North American West (1985-1987)
folders 2-19: Correspondence and Memorandums (1985-1987)
box 158: Correspondence, the Institute of the North American West (1987-1989)
Tube :
folder 1: Zuni II Maps: PX 15, 154.12 and PX 15, 154.13 (Tube 1)
folder 2: Geology of the Zuni Reservation (Tube 2)
folder 3: Zuni I Atlas and Maps (Tube 3)
folders 4-5: Zuni II Geoscience Maps (Tubes 4-5)
folder 6: Wharton Inland Waters Color Key and Poster (Tube 6)
folder 7: Kolhu/wala:wa Maps (Tube 7)
folder 8: Zuni I Map (Tube 8)
folder 9: Zuni II Townsites Map, First Draft (Tube 9)
folder 10: Plat Maps
folder 11: Maps and Graphics

Original folder labeled as Ferguson Tube 1 Materials

box 159: Zuni I Valuation Files (1870-1890)

Included in this box is material regarding land exchanges involving the United States government and the Zuni people.

folders 1-2: American West Center - RR Reports
folders 3-4: Value Files
folder 5: Census (1870)
folder 6: Census (1880)
folders 7-8: Census (1890)
box 160: Zuni I Valuation Files (1868-1992)

Including in this box is material regarding land exchanges involving the United States government and the Zuni people.

folder 1: Fraudulent Land Activities Maps
folder 2: Westphall Copies
folder 3: Land Grant
folder 4: Fraudulent Acquisition of Titles
folder 5: Congressional Record, Fraudulent (1885)
folder 6: Grant (1869)
folder 7: Fraudulent Maps
folder 8: Elias Brevoort, New Mexico
folder 9: Fraudulent Land Grants
folder 10: Congressional Records (1978)
folder 11: Grant Documents (1868)
folder 12: Appropriations
folder 13: The Zuni Land Conservation Act (1990)
folder 14: Color Erosion Photos
folder 15: Zuni I Distribution Letter
folder 16: Zuni Accounting (1992)
box 161: Zuni I Valuation Files

Including in this box is material regarding land exchanges involving by the United States government and the Zuni People.

folder 1: Correspondence from Zuni People to Governor Lewis
folder 2: Phil Hughte
folder 3: The Conservation Act
folder 4: House and Senate Reports
box 162: Zuni I Valuation Files
folders 1-2: Reports on Fraudulent Acquisition of Titles to Land
folder 3: Copies of Private Land Claims
folder 4: Fraudulent Senate Version
folder 5: Sears General Land Office
folder 6: Apache/Sitgreaves Soil Polygons
folder 7: Laguna Report, Maps, and Charts
box 163: Zuni I Valuation Files
folder 1: New Mexico Surveyors Notes
folder 2: Report of the Acoma Pueblo Land
folder 3: Value of RR Grant
folder 4: Directory of Researchers
folder 5: T. J. Ferguson, Letter
folder 6: Information From T. J. Ferguson
folder 7: United States Geological Survey
folder 8: Stauber, General Land Office Work
folder 9: A Summary by John O. Baxter
folder 10: Economic Growth of Subject Area
folder 11: R. Stauber
folder 12: Information on A & P Grant From National Archives
folder 13: Report on Zuni I Valuation Meeting
folder 14: Article by David J. Wishart
box 164: Zuni I Valuation Files (1992)
folder 1: Correspondence with Charles P. Miller
folder 2: Arizona Guidebook
folder 3: Fraudulent Land Activities
folder 4: Environmental Systems Research Institute Maps and Text
folder 5: Public Meeting (1992)
folder 6: Zuni I Findings
box 165: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies
folders 1-3: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Correspondence
folders 4-8: Pinta Kelsey Project
box 166: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies
folder 1: Padres Mesa
folder 2: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Proposal
folder 3: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Contract
folder 4: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Budget Amendment
folder 5: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies 2nd Budget
folders 6-10: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Accounts
box 167: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies
folders 1-5: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Accounts
folder 6: Deer Springs
folder 7: Maps and Documentation form Wheeler and Klett
folder 8: Tule Spring Trail
folder 9: Budget Amendments
folder 10: Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Budget
box 168: Zuni II Settlement Files (1990)
folder 1: Balling and Wells Response
folder 2: Senate Originals
folder 3: Pete
folder 4: Hearing (1990)
folders 5-6: Birigaman Legislation
folder 7: Draft Figures
box 169: Zuni II Settlement Files (1989)
folder 1: Hart House
folder 2: Maps of Zuni Watershed
folder 3: Statements from Experts Relative to H.R.
folder 4: Final S.2203
folder 5: House Report on H.R. 4143
folder 6: House Hearing on H.R. 4143
folder 7: Zuni Conservation Act
folder 8: H.R. 4143 Printed
folder 9: Department of Justice Concerning the Zuni Claims Settlement Act
folder 10: Albuquerque Journal
folder 11: Zuni Claims Settlement Act (1989)
box 170: Zuni II Settlement Files
folder 1: Zuni Settlement
folder 2: Statement by E. Richard Hart
folder 3: Zuni Conservation Act
folder 4: Conservation Bill
folder 5: House Report
folder 6: ASU Report
folder 7: Zuni Press Conservation Act Release
folder 8: Photocopies of Color Photographs
folders 9-12: 4143 Hearing
box 171: National Archives
box 172: National Archives
folders 1-6: National Archives
folders 7-28: Sutland
box 173: National Archives
folders 1-5: Sutland
folders 6-13: Earlier American West Center Material
box 174: Zuni Heaven
folder 1: Hodge, A Zuni Foot-Race
folder 2: The Spirit Renewed
folder 3: American Folk-Lore
folder 4: The Story of a Soldier's Life
folder 5: The Masterkey
folder 6: Imre Sutton, Incident or Event
folder 7: Kimberlee A. Sorem, Article
folder 8: American Folk-Lore
folder 9: Zuni Names and Naming Practices
folder 10: Songs of the Zuni Kachina Society
folder 11: Sacred Springs
folder 12: Dances of Zuni Pueblo
folder 13: The Creation of the Zunis
folder 14: The Zuni Barefoot Runners
folder 15: Thoughts on Zuni Religion
folder 16: Triloki Nath Pandey, Article
folder 17: Bureau of Indian Affairs Files
folder 18: Ann Sofaer
folder 19: Indian Notes
folder 20: Smithsonian Institution
folder 21: Catalog to the Smithsonian
folder 22: New Mexico
folder 23: Tedlock Poetry
folder 24: Records of M. C. Stevenson
box 175: Zuni Heaven (1879-1979)
folder 1: Richard H. Kern
folder 2: Arizona Daily Star
folder 3: Arizona Newspaper
folder 4: Zuni Conception and Pregnancy Beliefs
folder 5: Senate Report
folder 6: A. L. Kroeber, Zuni Kin and Clan
folder 7: Zuni Games
folder 8: Mike Marshall Interview
folder 9: Kendall Blanchard, The Ramah Navajos
folder 10: Archaeological Sites
folder 11: Ancient Botany of the Zuni Indians
folder 12: Stauber Material
folder 13: M. C. Stevenson
folder 14: Appendix I
folder 15: Belief of Indians in Evolution
folder 16: M. C. Stevenson
folder 17: The Wipple Report
folder 18: 1860 Correspondence
folder 19: Native American Folklore (1879-1979)
folder 20: The Religious Life of the Zuni Child
folder 21: Zuni Ancestral Gods and Masks
folder 22: Zuni Archaeology Program
folder 23: An Ecological Interpretation of Anasazi Settlement Patterns
folder 24: Information from Dr. Jesse Green
folder 25: A Tramp Across the Continent
folder 26: The Land of Poco Tiempo
folder 27: Dictionary of American Biography
folder 28: History of the Zunis
box 176: Zuni Heaven (1885-1906)
folder 1: Federal Document
folder 2: Photographer of the Southwest
folder 3: Surveys
folders 4-6: Harper (1904-1906)

The original photographs have been transferred to the Manuscript Division Multimedia Section (P0439).

folder 7: Schuyler (1904)

The original photographs have been transferred to the Manuscript Division Multimedia Section (P0439).

folder 8: Water in a Thirsty Land
folder 9: Zuni Archives Photos
folder 10: Dulton (1885)
folder 11: Pasadena Public Library
box 177: Zuni Heaven
folder 1: Recording Orders
folder 2: Court Information
folder 3: Original Area Map
folders 4-5: Settlement
folder 6: Appraisal of Zuni Heaven
folder 7: Appraisal of Ellsworth Ranch
folder 8: Celebration
folder 9: Court Decision
folder 10: Maps
folder 11: Platt Transcript
box 178: Zuni Heaven (1993)
folder 1: News Clippings
folder 2: Phoenix Article
folder 3: Survey Maps

The original photographs have been transferred to the Manuscript Division Multimedia Section (P0439).

folder 4: Maps of Schnebly Well

The original photographs have been transferred to the Manuscript Division Multimedia Section (P0439).

folder 5: Pilgrimage (1993)
folder 6: Apache Country Hearing
folder 7: Zuni Mythology
folder 8: Article by Levi-Strauss
folder 9: The Origin Myth of Zuni
folder 10: Concho: The Enchanted Pearl
box 179: Zuni Heaven
folder 1: Stinking Springs
folder 2: Final Platt Apache Co. Transcript
folder 3: Public Law 98-408
folder 4: Zuni Tales
folder 5: Senate Report
folder 6: Information from the Smithsonian
folder 7: Interviews with Richey and Hinkson
folder 8: Information from Kintigh
folder 9: Article from The New Republic
folder 10: Zuni Ethnohistory
folder 11: Merrill's Notes
folder 12: Articles Regarding Trespass
folder 13: National Geographic Proposal
folder 14: Zuni Government
folder 15: Information from Richard I. Ford
folder 16: The Kiva
folder 17: A Zuni Detective
folder 18: Stick Race
folder 19: Certified Copies
box 180: Zuni Heaven (1854-1904)
folder 1: Ben Wittick Photographer
folder 2: Kirk Bryan, Date of Channel Trenching
folder 3: Kirk Bryan, Flood Water Farming
folder 4: Fort Wingate (1885-1904)
folder 5: General Land Office Report (1901)
folder 6: Bernard DeVoto, The Easy Chair
folder 7: How We Bought the United States
folder 8: Frank Hamilton Cushing's Costume
folder 9: American Museum of Natural History
folder 10: Conklin, Picturesque Arizona (1878)
folder 11: Mrs. Mary H. Eastman (1854)
folder 12: Baxter Land Tenure
folder 13: Kumanche of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico
folder 14: The Wetherills of the Mesa Verde
folder 15: Stauber Materials on General Land Office Surveys
box 181: Zuni Heaven (1900-1907)
folder 1: Bancroft Library Material
folder 2: The White Indian
folder 3: Denver Art Museum Documents
folder 4: The Cities of the Dead
folder 5: Sheldon Jackson
folder 6: Zuni Mountain Area New Mexico
folder 7: McKinley County Soil
folder 8: Chaco Canyon
folder 9: Washington State Folklife Council
folder 10: Cultural Resources Management
folder 11: National Forest (1900)
folders 12-14: Expedition Report (1901-1904)
folder 15: Lecture (1904)
folder 16: Expedition (1907)
box 182: Zuni Heaven
folder 1: Zuni Notes, Volume One
folder 2: Zuni Notes, Volume Two
folder 3: AONWA Office Reference File
folder 4: Brooklyn Museum Archives
folder 5: Fort Wingate Letters
folder 6: Brief History of Fort Wingate
folder 7: Photos of Erosion and the Land
box 183: Zuni Heaven
folder 1: Cibachrome Originals
file: Microfilm 1 Correspondence, U. S. Government to Fort Wingate
box 184: Native Americans
folder 1: Mormon Influence
folder 2: United States vs. Shoshone Tribe of Wind Rivers Reservation, Wyoming
folder 3: Colorado River Basin Management Study VIEW
volume 1: Yeasuh Lemeah Tequekah Progress
volume 2: Yeasuh Lemeah Tequekah Progress
box 185: Reclamation Repayment Commissions (1937-1938)
volume 1: Volume II (1937-1938) VIEW
volume 2: Volume III (1937-1938) VIEW
box 186: Advertisement Posters for Art Exhibits
box 187: Empty, Pre-Labeled Folders
carton 188: Zuni Materials, Institute of the American West

RESTRICTED

carton 189: Periodicals and Publications

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carton 190: Periodicals

RESTRICTED

carton 191: Montana Magazine (1986-1998)

RESTRICTED

carton 192: Periodicals

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carton 193: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits #7000-7106

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carton 194: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits #7107-7224

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carton 195: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits #7325-7380

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carton 196: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits #7381-7551

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carton 197: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits, #7552-7722

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carton 198: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits, #7723-7899

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carton 199: Docket 161-79L, Hart Exhibits, #7899-7968; Zuni Material

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carton 200: Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L, Hart Exhibits #1001-1201

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carton 201: Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L, Hart Exhibits, #1202-1384

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carton 202: Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L, Hart Exhibits, #1385-1496

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carton 203: Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L, Hart Exhibits, #1496-1630

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carton 204: Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L, Hart Exhibits, #1631-1774

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carton 205: Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L, Hart Exhibits, #1774-1885

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carton 206: Unites States v. Platt , Hart Exhibits #1-102

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carton 207: Unites States v. Platt , Hart Exhibits, #102-224 VIEW

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carton 208: Unites States v. Platt , Hart Exhibits, #225-307

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carton 209: Unites States v. Platt

Includes Ebert Exhibits Dockets 327-81L and 224-84L Hart Rebuttal Exhibits #15001-15154. RESTRICTED

carton 210: Zuni; Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs

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carton 211: Hart Correspondence and Unpublished Manuscripts

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carton 212: Zuni and the Courts

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carton 213: Zuni Experts; Miscellaneous Publications

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carton 214: Zuni Photographs

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carton 215: Zuni Photographs

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carton 216: United States v. Idaho (Ownership of Lake Coeur d'Alene)

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carton 217: United States v. Idaho (Ownership of Lake Coeur d'Alene)

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carton 218: Miscellaneous Zuni Reports

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carton 219: Timentwa

This carton also contains one folder of correspondence related to the Timentwa material donated by Richard Hart in April, 2000.

carton 220: Timentwa
box 221: Timentwa
carton 222: Brief History of Colville Indian Reservation

This book has been badly damaged and is unavailable.

carton 223: United States and Coeur D'Alene Tribe vs. State of Idaho (1991-1998)
folder 1: Coeur D'Alene Tribe's Opposition For Stay Pending Appeal (1998)
folder 2: Court Materials (1991)

The matter of the ownership of the beds and banks and all waters of all navigable water courses within the 1873 Coeur D'Alene reservation boundary.

folder 3: Attorney's Work Product (confidential) (1994)
folder 4: Coeur D'Alene Appeal With Exhibits (1992)
folder 5: Idaho State Counterclaim (1994)
folder 6: Motion For Stay (1998)
folder 7: Discovery (1994)
folder 8: Tribe's Reply Brief (1994)
folder 9: Scheduling Conference (1995)
folder 10: U.S. Objection to Intervention (1994)
folder 11: Coer D'Alene Tribe Motion to Intervene (1994)
folder 12: Ninth Circuit Overturns Decision (1994)
folder 13: Tribe's Second Amended Complaint (1995)
folder 14: State's Response to Tribe's Second Amended Complaint (1995)
folder 15: Scheduling Order (1996)
folder 16: Tribe's Witnesses (1996)
folder 17: Idaho Response to First Interrogatories (1997)
folder 18: Coeur D'Alene First Request for Admissions (1997)
folder 19: Amended Schedule (1997)
folder 20: Idaho Motion to Dismiss (1997)
folder 21: State Motion for Summary Judgment (1997)
folder 22: Idaho Motion for Summary Judgment (1997)
folder 23: Idaho Motion Exhibits (1997)
folder 24: Idaho Statement Undisputed Facts (1997)
folder 25: Tribal Response to State (1997)
folder 26: Coeur D'Alene 1891 Claim (1991)
folder 27: Idaho Document List Discovery (1997)
folder 28: Order on Exhibits (1997)
folder 29: More Givens (1997)
folder 30: U. S. Motion to Limit (1997)
folder 31: State Pre-Trial Proposed Findings (1997)
folder 32: Idaho Trial Brief (1997)
folder 33: State Additional Exhibits (1997)
folder 24: Idaho's Suggested Findings (1997)
folder 25: Coeur D'Alene Trial Briefs and Exhibit List (1997)
carton 224: United States and Coeur D'Alene Tribe vs. State of Idaho (1994-1999)
folder 1: U.S. Post-Trial Brief
folder 2: Tribe's Post-Trial Briefs
folder 3: State's Reply Brief
folder 4: Proposed Findings, United States
folder 5: Idaho Response to Motion to Dismiss (1998)
folder 6: State's Proposed Findings (1998)
folder 7: U. S. Opposition to Summary Judgment (1997)
folder 8: Hart Proposed Findings
folder 9: U. S. Brief on Dawes (1998)
folder 10: U. S. Response to Motion to Limit (1998)
folder 11: Tribe Response to Motion to Strike (1998)
folder 12: Tribe's Trial Costs (1998)
folder 13: Original U. S. Complaint (1994)
folder 14: Supreme Court
folder 15: Appellate (1996)

Unreadable

folder 16: Supreme Court Decision (1997)
folder 17: Court Grants Intervention (1995)
folder 18: Supreme Court Reject Tribe's Case (1997)
folder 19: Ninth Circuit Remands Tribal Lawsuit (1994)
folder 20: Order on Summary Judgment (1997)
folder 21: Idaho Post-Trial Briefs (1998)
folder 22: Briefs (1998)
folder 23: Court of Appeals, Tribe's Apellee Cross-Appellant Brief (1999)
folder 24: U. S. Court of Appeals, Brief for the United States (1999)
folders 25-26: Court of Appeals, United States' Supplemental Excerpts of Record
folder 27: Tribe's Reply Brief to States' Response to Counter Appeal (1999)
folder 28: Idaho Reply and Response Brief (1999)
folder 29: Coeur D'Alene Appeal, Contract/Bills/Invoices (1999)
folder 30: Coeur D'Alene Appeal Brief (1998-1999)
folder 31: Coeur D'Alene Motion to Dismiss Idaho Appeal (1998)
folder 32: Order Denying Stay (1998)
folder 33: State Reply on Stay (1998)
folder 34: Coeur D'Alene Appeal, U. S. Response to State (1997)
box 225: Zuni Mission Records (Births, Deaths, and Burials)
folder 1: Volume I
folder 2: Volume II
folders 3-4: Volume III
carton 226: Correspondence, Contracts, and Account Statements
carton 227: Contracts and Research Documents (1993-1997)
carton 228: Sprague Exhibit (1934-1994)
carton 229: Sprague, Power, and Concord Research (1930-1994)
carton 230: Fahey Exhibit (1873-1973)
carton 231: Additional Exhibits and RH Draft (1913-1997)
carton 232: Trial Notes and News Clippings (1888-1998)
carton 233: Exhibit Reports and Government Transcripts (1874-1998)
carton 234: Research Documents (1885-1988)
carton 235: Miscellaneous Material (1896-2000)
carton 236: Computer Media
carton 237: Interviews, Maps, and Watershed Reports (1933-1997)
carton 238: Reference Materials and Microfilm (1878-1994)
carton 239: Hart Exhibit # 1-70 (1699-1974)
carton 240: Hart Exhibit # 71-210 (1892-1980)
carton 241: Hart Exhibit # 211-373 (1875-1976)
carton 242: Hart Exhibit # 374-474 (1900-1915)
carton 243: Hart Exhibit, Second Copy

These Cartons are the duplicate of the Hart Exhibit. However, there is no second copy of Hart Exhibit # 374-474.

carton 244: Hart Exhibit, Second Copy
carton 245: Hart Exhibit, Second Copy
carton 246: David Rhode Exhibit (1937-1994)
carton 247: Rhode Exhibit, Second Copy
carton 248: Unreviewed Material (1933-1994)
carton 249: Fence Lake Mine (1900-1997)
box 250: Manuscript and Article (1977-1998)
folders 1-2: Sun Valley: An Extraordinary History (1998)
folder 3: Status of Mineral Resource Information for Zuni Reservation, New Mexico (1977)
carton 251: Zuni Water, Ramah Water, and Zuni Heaven Water (1974-1995)
folder 1: Exhibit List, ZHW
folder 2: NRCE Report, ZHW (1991)
folder 3: ZHW Meeting (1995)
folder 4: Gebhard Engineers (1989)
folder 5: Historical Research Associates (HRA) (1993)
folder 6: Kolhu/wala:wa Water
folder 7: Interviews
folder 8: Charles Hoffman, Little Colorado River Multiple Resource Area (1981)
folder 9: Suitability of New Mexico Lands for Irrigation (1974) VIEW
folder 10: Water Right Entitlements Report (1988)
folders 11-12: Hart, Zuni Water
folder 13: Zuni Water Basin, Ramah, Fiscal Year (1995)
folder 14: Zuni Water Contract, Fiscal Year (1995)
folder 15: RW and ZW, Revised Fiscal Year (1995)
folder 16: Zuni Water, Fiscal Years (1991-1994)
folder 17: Zuni Heaven Water
folder 18: Kolhu/wala:wa, Fiscal Year (1995)
folder 19: Zuni 8/7 Resolution Costs
box 252: T.J. Ferguson Review, Water Project Report

This box contains a review of a draft report prepared by Barbara Holmes.

carton 253: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Research Files (1890-1991)
folder 1: Albuquerque General

Labeled Administrative

folder 2: Conferences and Siminars

Labeled Administrative

folder 3: Outgoing Correspondence

Labeled Administrative

folder 4: Incoming Correspondence

Labeled Administrative

folder 5: Exhibit List

Labeled Administrative

folder 6: Field Notes

Labeled Administrative

folder 7: HRA

Labeled Administrative

folder 8: HRA Documents List

Labeled Administrative

folder 9: Interview Questionnaires

Labeled Administrative

folder 10: Memos

Labeled Administrative

folder 11: Miscellaneous

Labeled Administrative

folder 12: Museum of New Mexico

Labeled Administrative

folder 13: National Archives, Ramah

Labeled Administrative

folder 14: Negatives, Field Photos

These items have been removed to the Multimedia Archives. Labeled Administrative

folder 15: Notes/Discussions

Labeled Administrative

folder 16: Notes/Scope

Labeled Administrative

folder 17: Overview of Research and Writing

Concerns the history of the Ramah Navajo band. Labeled Administrative

folder 18: Phone

Labeled Administrative

folder 19: Progress Reports/Memos

Labeled Administrative

folder 20: Questions, Interviews

Labeled Administrative

folder 21: Supplies Ordering

Labeled Administrative

folder 22: Text Form, Ramah Navajo Indian Fields with Water Delivery Systems

Labeled Administrative

folder 23: University Microfilm, Inc.

Labeled Administrative

folder 24: Washington DC, General

Labeled Administrative

folder 25: Board of Indian Commissioners

Labeled Government Documents

folder 26: Commissioner of Indian Affairs Annual Reports (1890-1933)

Labeled Government Documents

folder 27: Congressional Record

Labeled Government Documents

folder 28: Congressional Record, Navajo

Labeled Government Documents

folder 29: Executive Orders

Labeled Government Documents

folder 30: Navajo Agency Reports

Labeled Government Documents

folder 31: Navajo Treaties

Labeled Government Documents

folder 32: Pueblo Agency Reports

Labeled Government Documents

folder 33: Report on Indians, 1890 Census, New Mexico Section

Labeled Government Documents

folder 34: Serial Set, Miscellaneous

Labeled Government Documents

folder 35: Serial Set, Land and Reservation

Labeled Government Documents

folder 36: Statutes

Labeled Government Documents

folder 37: House 0542

Labeled Government Documents

folder 38: Senate 2213

Labeled Government Documents

folder 39: Senate 2531

Labeled Government Documents

folder 40: House 8982

Labeled Government Documents

folder 41: Indians (1920)

Labeled Government Documents

folder 42: Conditions of the Indians (1931)

Labeled Government Documents

folder 43: Conditions of the Indians (1936)

Labeled Government Documents

folder 44: Administration, Hearing (1943)

Labeled Government Documents

folder 45: Interview Extracts

Labeled Interviews, Water

folders 46-47: Rosie Eriacho (1990)

Labeled Interviews, Water

folder 48: Mary Martinez (1991)

Labeled Interviews, Water

folders 49-50: Sam Martinez (1990)

Labeled Interviews, Water

folders 51-52: Tommy Pino (1990)

Labeled Interviews, Water

folder 53: Jackson & Pauline Raphaelito (1991)

Labeled Interviews, Water

folder 54: Unread Water Interviews

Labeled Interviews, Water

folder 55: Agency/Department Reports, Working File

Labeled Working

folder 56: Appendixes

Labeled Working

folder 57: Appendix, Anthro Errors

Labeled Working

folder 58: Crops, RPF/MNM (Unused)

Labeled Working

folder 59: HE7, Part 1

Contains a draft of History of the Ramah, New Mexico Navajo Indians. Labeled Working

folder 60: Draft #2 (1990)

Labeled Working

carton 254: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Research Files (1990-1991)

Three envelopes of color photographs were removed from this carton and placed in the Multimedia Archives.

folder 1: Draft (1990)
folder 2: Draft #3a (1990)
folder 3: Draft (1991)
folder 4: Excerpts/IRR#s/RPF Water Use
folder 5: Fiche/Hearings
folder 6: Fields
folder 7: Labels, Copies, Masters
folder 8: Library Information
folder 9: Maps, Photocopies
folder 10: Maps, Ramah Navajo
folder 11: Maps, Ramah Gallup
folder 12: Memos, Notes, Water (1991)
folder 13: New Information
folder 14: Patterns of Ramah Navajo Agriculture and Water Use (1990)
folder 15: Population Graph (New)
folder 16: Primary Source Working File
folder 17: Reports/Forms
folder 18: Repair
folder 19: Staubes Figures
folder 20: Other Figures
folder 21: Zuni and Ramah Reports
folder 22: Village Census and Count

Labeled Non-Working Files

folder 23: Yosemite

Labeled Non-Working Files

folder 24: Westrends, Natural Resources

Labeled Non-Working Files

folder 25: Microfiche

Labeled Non-Working Files

folder 26: Index Cards and Microfilm

Labeled Non-Working Files

carton 255: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Research Files

This box contains published and unpublished articles, excerpts, abstracts, bibliographies, theses, and government documents.

carton 256: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Subject Files and Exhibits (1909-1990)
folder 1: Reservation (1909-1910)
folder 2: Withdrawal of Ramah Lands (1931)
folder 3: Ramah General
folder 4: Land (1955)
folder 5: Land Purchase (1956)
folder 6: Land (1980)
folder 7: Archaeological Surveys, Ramah
folder 8: Baxter Material
folder 9: BIA and Ramah Navajos
folder 10: Canoncito
folder 11: Cattle Ranching, Zuni/Ramah Area
folder 12: Carr, Clark and Ramah Navajos
folder 13: Cheechilgeetho Day School
folder 14: Children Ramah
folder 15: Clans, Ramah
folder 16: Tom Collier

This folder is empty.

folder 17: Correspondence, Individual
folder 18: Cultural Conservation Plan (1990)
folder 19: Dam
folder 20: Dwellings
folder 21: Education at Ramah
folder 22: El Malpais
folder 23: El Morro
folder 24: EO Expansion of NIR (1917-1918)
folder 25: Facts, Ramah
folder 26: Federal Register
folder 27: Fence Lake
folder 28: Jurisdiction
folder 29: John L. Landgraf
folder 30: Livestock
folder 31: Lost Lands
folder 32: Demy Mesia
folder 33: Miscellaneous
folder 34: Miscellaneous Documents Ramah (HRA)
folder 35: Mormon Settlement
folder 36: NIR Ramah Navajo
folder 37: Navajo at Zuni
folder 38: New Mexico Boundary Bill
folder 39: New Mexico, Spanish New Mexico
folder 40: Oral History
folder 41: Political Organization
folder 42: Population
folder 43: Protohistory
folder 44: Pueblo (So. Pueblo) Agricultural Statistics
folder 45: Public Domain/Grazing/Allotment Issues
folder 46: Querechos
folder 47: Ramah Farmers, Landgraf Field Notes (1941)
folder 48: Ramah Land Matters
folder 49: Ramah Reservoir
folder 50: Ramah Area Rainfall
folder 51: Reservation Status
folder 52: Railraod, Santa Fe
folder 53: Reviews, Books on Ramah
folder 54: Rimrock Values Study, Personnel
folder 55: Savola
folder 56: Sheep Ranch
folder 57: Smallpox
folder 58: Stacher Land Exchange
folder 59: Ernst Tietjen
folder 60: Trading/Trades
folder 61: Evan S. Vogt
folder 62: Vogt and Ramah (1915-1925)
folder 63: Vost 8960 Acre Land Sale (1929)
folder 64: Water Reports, Ramah Navajo
folder 65: Water, Items Not Used
folders 66-67: Weather at Ramah
folders 68-71: Jeff Hickey Exhibits, #165-1 to 167-1
carton 257: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Exhibits, #1 to 142
carton 258: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Exhibits, #143-164

This box also contains a box of backup disks for Jeff Hickey's material.

carton 259: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey Exhibits, #167-11 to 307
carton 260: Ramah Water, Jeff Hickey and David Rhode Reports (1989-1991)
folder 1: David Rhode Report (1989)

Agriculture and Water Use Before the Twentieth Century on the Zuni Reservation, West-Central New Mexico.

folder 2: David Rhode Report (1989)

Draft and Peer Review.

folder 3: David Rhode Report (1990)

Agriculture and Water Use Before the Twentieth Century on the Zuni Reservation, West-Central New Mexico.

folder 4: Jeff Hickey Report (1990)

"The Ramah, New Mexico Navajo Indians: History, Agriculture, and Water Use, 1868-1955."

folders 5-6: Jeff Hickey Report (1991)
folder 7: Jeff Hickey, Ramah Agricultural Data, Ramah Project 1938-1952 (1990)
folder 8: Jeff Hickey, Analysis of Ramah Water Use, Ramah Project 1938-1952 (1990)
carton 261: Ramah Water, Hart Files (1989-1992)
folder 1: Whitewater (1990)
folder 2: Coppin RW Materials
folder 3: Baxter RW Materials
folder 4: Lost Ramah Lands (1991)
folder 5: Ramah Lands Map
folder 6: HRA
folder 7: Ramah (1990)
folder 8: Ramah
folder 9: Marozas on GIS (1990)

The Role of Geographic Information Systems in American Indian Land and Water Rights Litigation

folder 10: Jeff Hickey, Truth, Irrigation and the Ramah Navajos (1990)
folder 11: Martha Graham, Raramuri Residential Site Structure (1989)
folder 12: Abbey on Tarahumara
folder 13: Ramah Interviews (1990-1991)
folders 14-15: Interviews
folder 16: United Nations Status
folder 17: Ramah Photos

Notes and Checkout Slips.

folder 18: HRA
folder 19: Hat Repatriation
folder 20: Jeff Hickey Manuscript Drafts
folder 21: Ramah Water, Draft and Diskettes
folder 22: M. Graham Report Ramah (1992)
carton 262: Ramah Water, Department of Justice Exhibits #1-152
carton 263: Ramah Water, Department of Justice Exhibits #153-166
carton 264: Ramah Water, Department of Justice Exhibits #167-307
carton 265: Ramah Water and Zuni Water (1853-1994)
folder 1: Navajo Trader
folder 2: Water, Don't Have File
folders 3-4: Zuni Water Resumes
folder 5: Anyon Book
folder 6: Duck Valley Water
folder 7: Bejnar Interview
folder 8: Irrigated Fields
folder 9: Stauber Ag Totals
folder 10: Water
folder 11: Working Notes
folder 12: AWC Materials
folder 13: Perlman Stock Figures (1988)
folder 14: Perlman (1988)

Contains research material and a report entitled Cultivation Figures for the Zuni Indian Reservation, New Mexico 1776-1944

folder 15: Perlman, List of Absent Exhibits
folder 16: Santiago Onate Affidavit
folder 17: Jenkins and Delaney Spanish
folder 18: Chavez, Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, 1678-1900
folders 19-20: David Cleveland Review
folder 21: Hart, Zuni Population (1989)
folder 22: Population Exhibit List and Draft Report (1989)
folder 23: Population Draft
folder 24: David Cleveland, Zuni Writings (1993)
folder 25: HRA, The Ramah Navajo (1994)
folder 26: Kern (1853)
folder 27: Farming Villages
folder 28: BIA GIS
folder 29: Ferguson Comments on Graham (1991)
folder 30: Leonard Comments on Graham (1990)
folder 31: Graham Research Design, Ramah (1990)
folder 32: Hickey, Article Length (1991)
folder 33: Ferguson (1991)

Areal Measurement of Polygons Depicting Ramah Navajo Agricultural Land Mapped by Dr. Martha Graham.

folders 34-35: Miscellaneous Zuni
carton 266: Zuni and Ramah Reports and Research Materials (1990-1992)

The material in folders 11-15 was not included in Hart's report. More material was to be inserted later.

folder 1: Original Graham Ramah
folder 2: Graham Ramah Materials
folder 3: Graham, Water Control Strategies (1990)
folders 4-5: Graham, Documented 20th Century Irrigated Agricultural Fields (1990)
folder 6: Hart, Zuni Population (1991)
folders 7-8: Hart, History of Zuni Water Use, Volume 1 (1992)
folders 9-10: Hart, History of Zuni Water Use, Volume 2 (1992)
folder 11: TJ Notes
folder 12: HRA, Zuni Heaven Review
folder 13: Beinecke Library, Yale University
folder 14: Little Colorado River Adjudication
folder 15: Zuni Heaven Water, Unused Material
box 267: Zuni Heaven Water, Unused Materal

The material in this box is a continuation of folders 11-15 of box 266.

carton 268: Zuni Water and Zuni Heaven Water (1986-1991)
folder 1: Barbara Holmes and Martha Graham, Zuni Irrigation in 20th Century (1990)
folder 2: Comments on Rhode Report Draft (1989)
folder 3: ZWIN Accounting
folder 4: Zuni Report Drafts (1987-1990)
folder 5: Rhode Draft (1989)
folder 6: Memo to Becker (1991)
folder 7: Zuni Ethnohistorical Study, Contract Notes and History (1986)
folder 8: History of Zuni/Research Findings (1989)
folder 9: Zuni Settlement Patterns (1992)
folder 10: Water Correspondence (1990)
folder 11: Tabloid Accounts
folder 12: Accounts Zuni Water, Fiscal Year (1991)
folder 13: Zuni Water Accounts (1989-1990)
folder 14: Hinkson Ranch (1990-1991)
folder 15: Zuni Heaven Water Accounts (1990)
carton 269: Zuni Water, Zuni Heaven Water, and Ramah Water (1988-1991)
folder 1: Contracts, Fiscal Year (1991)
folder 2: Ramah, Fiscal Year (1991)
folder 3: Zuni Account, Fiscal Year (1991)
folder 4: ZAP Database
folder 5: Zuni Water Report Draft
folder 6: Zuni Population Report Draft
folders 7-9: Ramah Water Accounts (1989-1990)
folder 10: Department of Justice (DOJ) Contacts
folder 11: DOJ Budgets
folder 12: Supplemental Grant (1989)
folder 13: Zuni Water and Ramah Budgets (1988-1989)
folder 14: ZAP Budgets (1989-1990)
folder 15: H. Becker Meeting, Budget (1989)
folder 16: Holmes and Rhode Papers, Draft
folder 17: Rhode, Preliminary Partial Draft of Water Report (1988)
carton 270: Zuni Heaven, Hart Report and Exhibits #1-131 (1990)
folder 1: Hart, Zuni Water Use at Kolhu/Wala:Wa (1990) VIEW
folders 130-132: Exhibits VIEW ZHWX129 ZHWX130 ZHWX131
carton 271: Zuni Heaven, Exhibits #132-210 and Research Files (1851-1995)
folders 1-79: Exhibits
folder 80: TJ Photos at KO (Photocopies)

The original color photos have been removed to the Multimedia Archives.

folder 81: Kern (1851)

One color photo has been removed to the Multimedia Archives. A photocopy is available in this folder.

folder 82: Richard H. Kearn Diary (1851)
folder 83: ZHW Maps
folder 84: TJ Research Questions (1994)
folder 85: Zuni Heaven Water (1994)
folder 86: Gebhard Engineers (1989)
folder 87: Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant Papers
folder 88: ZHW Field Notes (1994)
folder 89: Ed Ladd Interview (1995)
folder 90: Watkins Prelim
folder 91: Hart, Zuni Water Use at Kolhu/Wala:Wa (1990)
carton 272: Zuni Heaven Water, Hart Files (1849-1995)

Copies of the material in this carton were sent to the Department of Justice. Folders 5-66 generally contain photocopies of published material. Some unpublished material is included.

folder 1: Kolhu/Wala:Wa Water (1995)
folder 2: Zuni Meeting (1995)
folder 3: Untitled
folder 4: ZHW Notes
folder 5: Abruzzi
folder 6: Albert, Flora and Fauna
folder 7: Apache County Water
folder 8: Bandelier
folder 9: Banta
folder 10: W. C. Barnes, Apaches and Longhorns
folder 11: Barnes, Arizona Place Names
folder 12: Baxter, Las Carneradas
folder 13: Baxter
folder 14: Bieber, Trails (1849)
folder 15: Castaneda, Coronado
folder 16: Cleland, Trappers
folder 17: Crampton, The Zunis of Cibola
folder 18: Cushing to Baird
folder 19: Cushing to Baird, Map
folder 20: Cushing, My Adventures in Zuni
folder 21: Cushing, Zuni Fetishes
folder 22: DeGlane, Concho
folder 23: Dye, Recollections of a Pioneer
folder 24: Foreman, James Collier
folder 25: Foreman, Leroux
folder 26: Gebhard Engineering Report
folder 27: Gonzales, Water Claims
folder 28: Hammond and Rey, Coronado
folder 29: Hart Field Notes
folder 30: Haskett, Cattle Industry
folder 31: Haskett, Sheep Industry
folder 32: Helander to Olson
folder 33: HRA, Historical Study of Non-Fed Water Claims
folder 34: Kern Diary
folder 35: Kern to Gwin, Practible Rate RR
folder 36: Klett
folder 37: Leone, Modern Mormonism
folder 38: McClintock
folder 39: Rafael Chacon Meketa
folder 40: Morrisey, Range Cattle
folder 41: NRCE Report
folder 42: Parkhill, Leroux
folder 43: Plog, Cultural Resources
folder 44: Rose, Climate
folder 45: St. Johns Herald
folder 46: St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat
folder 47: Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station (1992)
folder 48: Sergeant, Elizabeth
folder 49: Shodo Ahon'a Kyanawa
folder 50: Shumway, St. Johns Arizona Stake
folder 51: Sitgreaves
folder 52: Stevenson, The Zuni Indians
folder 53: Trotter to Commissioner, with Attachment (1933)
folder 54: Udall, Coronado
folder 55: US Dept. Interior, The Colorado River (1946)
folder 56: US Dept. Interior, Final Environmental Statement, Colorado Project (1977)
folder 57: US Dept. Interior, Survey Field Notes (1875)
folder 58: US Dept. Interior, Survey Field Notes (1968-1972)
folder 59: US Dept. Interior, Survey Field Notes (1944-1987)
folder 60: US Senate Special Committee (1890)
folder 61: David Weber, Kern
folder 62: Walker, Historical Atlas of Arizona
folder 63: Wheeler
folder 64: Wilhelm, History of the St. Johns Arizona Stake
folder 65: Woodhouse
folder 66: Zuni Agriculture
carton 273: Hart and Hart West & Associates Diskettes and CDROMS
box 274: Miscellaneous Publications (2001)
box 275: Mounted Maps and Documents, United States v. Idaho

Contains items used in the trial concerning Lake Coeur d'Alene.

box 276: Mounted Maps and Documents, United States v. Idaho

Contains items used in the trial concerning Lake Coeur d'Alene.

box 277: Mounted Maps and Documents, United States v. Idaho

Contains items used in the trial concerning Lake Coeur d'Alene.

tube 278: Ramah Water Agricultural Use (1934-1976)
item 1: Burned Timber Canyon (1934)
item 2: Burned Timber Canyon (1941)
item 3: Burned Timber Canyon (1976)
item 4: Burned Timber Canyon, Composite
item 5: Ramah (1934)
item 6: Ramah (1976)
item 7: Ramah, Composite
item 8: El Morro (1934)
item 9: El Morro (1941)
item 10: El Morro (1976)
item 11: unlisted
item 12: El Morro, Composite
item 13: Togeye Lake (1934)
item 14: Togeye Lake (1941)
item 15: Togeye Lake (1976)
item 16: Togeye Lake, Composite
item 17: Pescado (1934)
item 18: Pescado (1941)
item 19: Pescado (1976)
item 20: Pescado, Composite
item 21: Shoemaker Canyon (1934)
item 22: Shoemaker Canyon (1941)
item 23: Shoemaker Canyon (1976)
item 24: Shoemaker Canyon, Composite
item 25: Nicoll Lake (1934)
item 26: Nicoll Lake (1941)
item 27: Nicoll Lake (1976)
item 28: Nicoll Lake, Composite
item 29: Goat Hill (1934)
item 30: Goat Hill (1941)
item 31: Goat Hill (1976)
item 32: Goat Hill, Composite
item 33: Cerro Alto (1934)
item 34: Cerro Alto (1941)
item 35: Cerro Alto, Composite
item 36: Red Lake Mission (1934)
item 37: Red Lake Mission (1941)
item 38: Red Lake Mission (1976)
item 39: Red Lake Mission, Composite
item 40: Shoemaker Canyon, S.E. (1934)
item 41: Shoemaker Canyon, S.E. (1941)
item 42: Shoemaker Canyon, S.E. (1976)
item 43: Shoemaker Canyon, S.E., Composite
item 44: Nicoll Lake (1934)
item 45: Nicoll Lake (1941)
item 46: Upper Nutria Quad, Aspects
item 47: Upper Nutria Quad, Slopes
item 48: Tekapo Quad, Aspects
item 49: Tekapo Quad, Slopes
item 50: Horsehead Canyon, NW, Aspects
item 51: Horsehead Canyon, NW, Slopes
item 52: Horsehead Canyon Quad, Aspects
item 53: Horsehead Canyon Quad, Aspects
item 54: Pescado Quad, Aspects
item 55: Pescado Quad, Slopes
item 56: Chafin Well Quad, Aspects
item 57: Chafin Well Quad, Slopes
item 58: Roads
item 59: Plumasand Basin Quad, Aspects
item 60: Plumasand Basin Quad, Slopes
item 61: High Lonesome Well, Aspects
item 62: High Lonesome Well, Slopes
item 63: Shoemaker Canyon Quad, Aspects
item 64: Shoemaker Canyon Quad, Slopes
item 65: Barth Well Quad, Aspects
item 66: Barth Well Quad, Slopes
item 67: Upper Galastina Canyon, Aspects
item 68: Upper Galastina Canyon, Slopes
item 69: Pinehaven Quad, Slopes
item 70: Zuni Quad, Aspects
item 71: Zuni Quad, Slopes
item 72: Ojo Caliente Reservoir, Aspects
item 73: Ojo Caliente Reservoir, Slopes
item 74: Burned Timber Canyon, Aspects
item 75: Burned Timber Canyon, Slopes
item 76: Ramah Area (1941)
tube 279: Ramah Water Agricultural Use

This tube contains 71 untitled maps created with Calcomp 1051 pen plotter. Original tube labeled ESRI and BIA Droplines, Zuni Water.

tube 280: Ramah Water Agricultural Use (1911-1991)

This container holds maps from four shipping tubes. The following items are from a tube labeled Water Maps from BIA-ALB.

item 1: Water for Upper Nutria
item 2: Water for Venad'to Camp
item 3: Water for Pinehaven
item 4: Water for Burned Timber Canyon
item 5: Water for Chi Chic Tah
item 6: Water for Horsehead Canyon
item 7: Water for Horsehead Canyon NW
item 8: Water for Ojo Caliente Reservoir
item 9: Water for Zuni
item 10: Water for Upper Galestina Canyon
item 11: Water for Te Kapo
item 12: Water for Pescado
item 13: Water for Shoemaker Canyon
item 14: Water for Blumasand Basin
item 15: Water for High Lonesome Well
item 16: Water for Chafin Well
item 17: Water for Vanderwagon Draw
item 18: Lakes/Spring/Tanks/Streams For Barth Well
item 19: Fields, Barth Well and Ojo Caliente Reservoir Quads (1934)

The following items are from a tube labeled Zuni Water Project 7/3/91 Electro Static Plots (ESRI)

item 20: Fields, Barth Well and Ojo Caliente Reservoir Quads (1954)
item 21: Fields, Barth Well and Ojo Caliente Reservoir Quads (1968)
item 22: Fields, Barth Well and Ojo Caliente Reservoir Quads (1987-1989)
item 23: Agricultural Fields, Pinehaven and Upper Nutria Quads (1934)
item 24: Agricultural Fields, Pinehaven and Upper Nutria Quads (1954)
item 25: Agricultural Fields, Pinehaven and Upper Nutria Quads (1968)
item 26: Agricultural Fields, Pinehaven and Upper Nutria Quads (1987-1989)
item 27: Fields, Horsehead Canyon NM and Burned Timber Canyon Quads (1934)
item 28: Fields, Horsehead Canyon NM and Burned Timber Canyon Quads (1968)
item 29: Fields, Horsehead Canyon NM and Burned Timber Canyon Quads (1987-1989)
item 30: Agricultural Fields, Horsehead Canyon and Pescado Quads (1934)
item 31: Agricultural Fields, Horsehead Canyon and Pescado Quads (1954)
item 32: Agricultural Fields, Horsehead Canyon and Pescado Quads (1968)
item 33: Agricultural Fields, Horsehead Canyon and Pescado Quads (1987-1989)
item 34-36: Zuni Agricultural Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1987-1988)

The following items are from a tube labeled AZuni Water I Final Drafts and Final Plots (electrostatic) of Module 1 (Zuni/Tekapo), 7/31/91

item 37-38: Zuni Agricultural Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1911-1912)
item 39: Zuni Agricultural Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1934)
item 40: Zuni Agricultural Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1954)
item 41: Zuni Agricultural Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1968)
item 42: Zuni Agricultural Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1911-1988)
item 43: Zuni Runoff Irrigated Fields Identified on Tekapo and Zuni Quads (1987-1988)
item 44: Horsehead Canyon NW, New Mexico

The following items are from a tube labeled Zuni Water I Maps by Ebert, Galestina and Mullen Canyon

item 45: Pescado, New Mexico
item 46: Ojo Caliente Reservoir, New Mexico
item 47: Upper Nutria, New Mexico
item 48: Pinehaven, New Mexico
item 49: Barthwell, Arizona - New Mexico
item 50: Horsehead Canyon, New Mexico
item 51: Burned Timber Canyon, New Mexico
item 52-54: Zuni Water I Ebert Maps

(Galestina and Mullen Canyons from 1934 Aerials), 7/1/91

item 55-57: Zuni Water I Ebert Maps

(Galestina and Mullen Canyons from 1934 Aerials), 7/1/91, copies.

tube 281: Ramah Water Agricultural Use (1911-1988)

The following items are from a tube labeled Zuni Water I Draft and Draft Electrostatic Plots, Module 1

item 1: Zuni Runoff Irrigated Fields (1934)
item 2: Zuni Agricultural Fields (1911-1988)
item 3: Dropline Plot of Fields, BPD
item 4: Dropline Plot of Fields, IUF
item 5: Dropline Plot of Fields, FH
item 6: Dropline Plot of Fields, APD
item 7-9: Zuni Runoff Irrigated Fields (1954)
item 9-10: Zuni Runoff Irrigated Fields (1968)
item 11: Dropline Runoff Irrigated Fields, CPD
item 12: Dropline Runoff Irrigated Fields, BPD
item 13: Dropline Runoff Irrigated Fields, APD
item 14: Dropline Runoff Irrigated Fields, EPD
item 15: Zuni Runoff (1911)
item 16: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-Newfield PY-ID)

The following items are from a tube labeled Draft, Scratch, etc. Droplines and Other Plots, Module 1

item 17: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-Quad)
item 18: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-Newfield PY#)
item 19: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-Cult)
item 20: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-PD 1968)
item 21: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-PD 1954)
item 22: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-PD 1934)
item 23: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-PD 1911-1912)
item 24: Module 1 Dropline Plot (Item-IUA)
item 25: Annotation (1911-1912)
item 26: Annotation (1934)
item 27: Annotation (1954)
item 28: Annotation (1968)
item 29: Annotation (1978)
item 30: Dropline Plot of Quad For Newfield PYX
item 31: Dropline Plot of PD 1911-1912 For Newfield PYX
item 32: Dropline Plot of PD 1934 For Newfield PYX
item 33: Dropline Plot of PD 1954 For Newfield PYX
item 34: Dropline Plot of PD 1987-1988 For Newfield PYX
item 35: Dropline Plot of PD 1968 For Newfield PYX
item 36: Dropline Plot of Cult For Newfield PYX
item 37: Dropline Plot of IUA For Newfield PYX
item 38: Dropline Plot of Newfield PYX-ID For Newfield PYX
item 39: Dropline Plot of Filed # For Newfield PYX
tube 282: Ramah Water Agricultural Use (1911-1990)
item 1: Navajo/Ramah Navajo Indian Lands in the Zuni River Basin (1990)
item 2: Ramah Indian Reservation Roads, Buildings/Hydrology, BIA Road
item 3: Upper Nutria, Pinchover, Horsehead Canyon NW, Burned Timber Canyon
item 4: 3D View of 7.5 USGS Quad Zuni New Mexico

Includes Zuni Agricultural Fields and Zuni Irrigation Units

item 5: Database Field #s Burned Timber and Pescado Quads

Hand-drawn on tissue.

item 6: Upper Nutria

Hand-drawn on tissue.

item 7: Yellowhouse DBF Overlay, Field #s, Horsehead Canyon New Mexico

Hand-drawn on tissue.

item 8: Ojo Fields Numbers, Data Base

Hand-drawn on tissue.

item 9: Zuni Agency Branch of Engineering Pescado Land Ownership Map
item 10: Zuni Agency Branch of Engineering Ojo Caliente Land Ownership Map
item 11: Draft of 1954 Cultivated Agricultural Fields in Module 2
item 12: Zuni Fields, Zuni and Tekapo Quads
item 13: Zuni Indian Reservation Range Survey Forage Map
item 14-15: Zuni Pueblo Irrigation Base Map
item 16: Ojo Caliente Irrigation Unit
item 17: Zuni Indian Reservation, Ojo Caliente Irrigation Project
item 18-20: Nutria Irrigation Unit
item 21: Zuni Agricultural Fields, Horsehead Canyon and Pescado Quads (1911-1989)
tube 283: Ramah Water Agricultural Use (1912-1989)

Geological Surveys (Aerial Photographs), Fd 1-13; Topographic Maps 14-86, other maps 87-142.

item 1: Pescado
item 2: Takepo
item 3: Chi Chic Tah Quad
item 4: Horsehead Canyon
item 5: Burned Timber Canyon
item 6: Horsehead Canyon NW
item 7: Pinehaven
item 8: Upper Nutria
item 9: Ojo Caliente Reservoir
item 10: Vanderwagon Draw
item 11: Zuni
item 12-13: North Purchase
item 14: Vanderwagon Draw Quadrangle
item 15: Vanderwagon Quadrangle
item 16: Upper Nutria Quadrangle
item 17: Pinehaveen Quadrangle
item 18: Lupton Quadrangle
item 19: Jones Ranch School Quadrangle
item 20: Horsehead Canyon NW Quadrangle
item 21: Chafin Well Quadrangle
item 22: Chi Chic Tah Quadrangle
item 23: Plumasand Basin Quadrangle
item 24: Barth Well Quadrangle
item 25: Zuni Quadrangle
item 26-27: Burned Timber Canyon Quadrangle
item 28: Ojo Caliente Reservoir
item 29: Pinehaven Quadrangle (detail)
item 30: Horsehead Canyon Quadrangle
item 31-32: Horsehead Canyon NW Quadrangle
item 33: Togeye Lake Quadrangle
item 34: Vanderwagon Quadrangle
item 35: Jones Ranch School Quadrangle
item 36-38: Upper Nutria Quadrangle
item 39-40: Shoemaker Canyon Quadrangle
item 41-45: Horsehead Canyon Quadrangle
item 46-50: Ojo Caliente Reservoir Quadrangle
item 51-56: Tekapo Quadrangle
item 57-60: Pescado Quadrangle
item 61: Horsehead Canyon NW Quadrangle
item 62-64: Chi Chic Tah Quadrangle
item 65-69: Vamderwagon Draw Quadrangle
item 70: Chafin Well Quadrangle
item 71-73: Barth Well Quadrangle
item 74-75: High Lonesome Well Quadrangle
item 76: Plumasand Basin Quadrangle
item 77-78: Burned Timber Canyon Quadrangle
item 79-82: Zuni Quadrangle
item 83: Horsehead Canyon NW Quadrangle
item 84: Upper Galestina Canyon Quadrangle
item 85-86: Pinehaven Quadrangle
item 87: Horsehead Canyon NW and Burned Timber Canyon, New Mexico
item 88: Barth Well, Arizona - New Mexico (1979)
item 89-90: Barth Well, Arizona and Ojo Caliente Reservoir, New Mexico
item 91-93: Horsehead Canyon and Pescado, New Mexico
item 94: Horsehead Canyon and Pescado (1972)
item 95-96: Pinehave and Upper Nutria
item 97: Zuni Irrigation Unit
item 98: Tekapo and Zuni, New Mexico
item 99: Yellowhouse Horsehead Canyon Quadrangle
item 100: Untitled (1912-1934)
item 101: Zuni Irrigation Unit Polygon Map
item 102: Additional Runoff Fields Polygons 1-5
item 103: Tekapo Runoff Fields
item 104-110: Tekapo Runoff Fields (copies)
item 111: Plumasand
item 112: Untitled (1954-1968)
item 113: Ojo Caliente Reservoir Polygons 1-257
item 114: N.B.
item 115-117: Pinehaven
item 118: Damon (1912)
item 119: Horsehead Canyon, New Mexico
item 120: Ditches and Roads (1954)
item 121: Johnny Gaspar, Ellen Quandelacy
item 122: Zuni
item 123: Caliente Reservoir Water
item 124: Zuni and Tekapo Irrigation Units
item 125: Zuni Irrigation Units
item 126-127: Zuni Irrigation Units (1954)
item 128: Pinehaven and Upper Nutria
item 129: Peach Orchards
item 130: Zuni Irrigation Unit (1974)
item 131: Zuni Fields, Zuni and Tekapo Quads
item 132: Zuni Irrigation Unit (1987-1989)
item 133: Base Map Zuni/Tekapo (1968)
item 134: Zuni Irrigation Unit
item 135: Takepo, New Mexico (Topographic)
item 136: Nutria Farming District
item 137: Tekapo and Zuni, New Mexioc
item 138: Zuni Runoff Fields
item 139: Ditches and Runoff Fields
item 140-141: Horsehead Canyon NW and Burned Timber Canyon, New Mexico
item 142: Horsehead NW and Burned Timber (1954-1968)
carton 284: Exhibits #1-#135
folder 1: Exhibit 1

Ackerman, Lillian. "The Effect of Missionary Ideals on Family Structure and Women's Roles in Plateau Indian Culture." Vol. 31, no. Numbers 1-2 (Spring/Summer 1987): pp. 64-73.

folder 2: Exhibit 2

Anon. , n. p., unpaginated, yca. 1974.

folder 3: Exhibit 3

Anon. St. Paul: Riley Brothers, 1886.

folder 4: Exhibit 4

Anon. . New York: Oxford University Press, 1950.

folder 5: Exhibit 5

Anon. . Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1899.

folder 6: Exhibit 6

Anon. . Portland, Oregon: Lewis & Dryden, 1884.

folder 7: Exhibit 7

Anon. "Sacred Heart." , Vol. 11 No. 1 (1881): pp. 49-52.

folder 8: Exhibit 8

Aripa, Lawrence. "The Effects of Missionaries on the Coeur d'Alene Tribe." Sacred Encounters: Indians, Non-Indians and Religion in the Canadian and American Northwest, 2nd Annual Symposium, Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest, Department of History, University of Washington, November 4, 1993.

folder 9: Exhibit 9

Arnold, R. Ross. . Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1932.

folder 10: Exhibit 10

Arthuis, P. "Rocky Mountains." , Vol. 13 No. 3 (1884): pp. 381-382.

folder 11: Exhibit 11

Bancroft, Hubert Howe. . Vol. Volume XXXI of The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. San Francisco: The History Company, Publishers, 1890.

folder 12: Exhibit 12

Barken, Frances B. (ed). . Olympia, Washington: Washington State Capitol Museum, 1987, p. 69.

folder 13: Exhibit 13

Barry, J. Neilson. Letter to Bureau of Ethnology. July 28, 1922 and September 5, 1924, National Anthropological Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.

folder 14: Exhibit 14

Biddle, Nicholas (ed). . New York: The Heritage Press, 1962, Vol. 1, end map; Vol. 2, p. 450.

folder 15: Exhibit 15

Bischoff, William N., and Charles M. Gates. "The Jesuits and the Coeur D'Alene Treaty of 1858." Vol. 34 (1943): pp. 169-181.

folder 16: Exhibit 16

Bischoff, William N. "The Coeur D'Alene Country, 1805-1892." In . New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1974, pp. 204, 209-211, 213, 219, 222-223, 250, 256-257, 263, 265, and 267.

folder 17: Exhibit 17

Boas, Franz, and James Teit. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1985, preface.

folder 18: Exhibit 18

Boone, Lalia. . Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press, 1988.

folder 19: Exhibit 19

Branch, E. Douglas. . New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, 1929, pp. 169-170.

folder 20: Exhibit 20

Brode, H. S. (ed). "Diary of Dr. Augustus J. Thibodo of the Northwest Exploring Expedition, 1859." Vol. 31 (July, 1940): pp. 287-347.

folder 21: Exhibit 21

Brogan, James M. . Spokane: Gonzaga University, 1926, pp. 5-11.

folder 22: Exhibit 22

Brosnan, C. J. . New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926.

folder 23: Exhibit 23

Brown, Wm. Compton. . Spokane, Washington: C. W. Hill Printing Co., n.d., pp. 260-261 and 417.

folder 24: Exhibit 24

Burns, Robert Ignatius. "Coeur D'Alene Diplomacy in the Nez Perce War of 1877." Vol. LXIII, no. No. 1 (March 1952), pp. 7-8, 11, 36-42, 44-45, 48-50, 52, 132-33, 139-40, 189-91, 210.

folder 25: Exhibit 25

Burns, Robert Ignatius. "The Jesuits, the Northern Indians, and the Nez Perce War of 1877." Vol. 42 (1951): pp. 40-76.

folder 26: Exhibit 26

Burns, Robert Ignatius. . New Haven: Yale University Press, 1966, pp. 7-8, 11, 36-42, 48-50, 52, 132-133, 139-140, 189-191, and 210.

folder 27: Exhibit 27

Burns, Robert Ignatius. "Pere Joset's Account of the Indian War of 1858." Vol. 38 (1947): pp. 285-315.

folder 28: Exhibit 28

Butler, L. F. . Chicago: Cushing, Thomas & Co., 1884.

folder 29: Exhibit 29

Butler, Robert B. . Pocatello: Idaho State University Museum, 1968, pp. 56-57.

folder 30: Exhibit 30

Butler, Robert B. "A Report on Excavations in the Palouse and Craig Mountain Sections." (1962). Pocatello, Idaho; p. 9.

folder 31: Exhibit 31

Carriker, Robert C. "Joseph M. Cataldo, S. J.: Courier of Catholicism to the Nez Perces," (Clyde A. Milner and Floyd A. O'Neil, eds.). Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985, pp. 109 and 123.

folder 32: Exhibit 32

Cataldo, J. M. "Indian Missions." , Vol. 2 No. 1 (1873): pp. 57-58.

folder 33: Exhibit 33

Chalfant, Stuart A. "Historical Material Relative to Coeur D'Alene Indian Aboriginal Distribution." In . New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1974, pp. 46, 50-52, 86, 110-156, 158, 164-92, 188-189, 194-96.

folder 34: Exhibit 34

Chittenden, H. M., and A. T. Richardson. . 4 vols., 1905; Vol. 1, pp. 375 and Vol. 3, p. 997.

folder 35: Exhibit 35

Clark, Ella. "The Old Mission." Vol. 15, No. 3 (Fall, 1971): pp. 19-27.

folder 36: Exhibit 36

Cody, Edmund. , Kellogg, Idaho: Edmund R. Cody, 1930, pp. 1-46.

folder 37: Exhibit 37

Coeur d'Alene Tribe. Tribal Council. "Fact Sheet: Origins of Heyburn Park." Plummer: n.d. [1981].

folder 38: Exhibit 38

Coleman, Louis C. "The Spring by the Side of the Road," MSS "Re: Sacred Heart Mission on the St. Joe River," Gonzaga University. Oregon Province Archives of the Society of Jesus, Spokane, Washington.

folder 39: Exhibit 39

Connolly, Thomas E. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1990.

folder 40: Exhibit 40

Connolly, Thomas E., and Gary B. Palmer. "Making Traditional Values Work in the 20th Century." In , edited by E. Richard Hart, pp. 8-10. Sun Valley, Idaho: Institute of the NorthAmerican West, 1982.

folder 41: Exhibit 41

Connolly, Thomas E., and Coeur d'Alene Tribe. "Coeur D'Alene Tribal Story." In . Boise, Idaho: Idaho Centennial Commission, 1990.

folder 42: Exhibit 42

Cotroneo, Ross R. and Jack Dozier. "A Time of Disintegration: the Coeur D'Alene and the Dawes Act." Vol. V, No. 4 (October 1974): pp. 405-419.

folder 43: Exhibit 43

Coues, Elliott (ed). , Vol. II. New York: Francis P. Harper, 1897, pp. 526, 605, 621, 643-44, 672, 708-709, 711-14, 726, 767, 889, 891, 899, 907, and 909.

folder 44: Exhibit 44

Cox, Ross. . London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831, pp. 249 and 261-264.

folder 45: Exhibit 45

Cox, Ross. "Adventures on the Columbia River." In , Vols. I & II, 1941, pp. 61-62.

folder 46: Exhibit 46

Cox, Ross. . Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort Publishers, n.d.

folder 47: Exhibit 47

Cox, Thomas R. "Tribal Leadership in Transition: Chief Peter Moctelme of the Coeur D'Alenes." Vol. 23, No. 1 (Spring 1979): pp. 2-9, 25-31.

folder 48: Exhibit 48

Crosby, Edward J. , n.p., n.d.

folder 49: Exhibit 49

Cross, Alden. "Indians Claim Ownership to Site of Post Falls Dam," , July 3, 1973, p. 1.

folder 50: Exhibit 50

Curtis, Edward S. , Vol. 7, pp. 53-62, 79-102. New York: Johnson Reprint Company, 1911 (reprint), pp. 53-62, 69, 71-72, 76, 79-102, and 165.

folder 51: Exhibit 51

Dahlgren, Dorothy, and Simone Carbonneau Kincaid. . Coeur d'Alene: Museum of North Idaho, 1991, pp. 127-128, 130-132, 138, and 150.

folder 52: Exhibit 52

Davenport, R. W. . Contributions to the hydrology of the United States, Water-Supply Paper 500-A. Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1921, pp. 1-31.

folder 53: Exhibit 53

Debo, Angie. , pp. 301-302. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1970.

folder 54: Exhibit 54

De Luca Waide, Delores. . Harrison, Idaho: privately printed, n.d., pp. 2, 5, and 78.

folder 55: Exhibit 55

De Smet, Father Pierre Jean. "Missions of the Rocky Mountains." Vol. 7 (1846): pp. 347, 352-363, 368-369, and 372-375.

folder 56: Exhibit 56

De Smet, Father Pierre Jean. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1985 (first published 1863), pp. 7-13, 24-32, 84-91, 119-121, and 130-133.

folder 57: Exhibit 57

De Smet, Father Pierre Jean. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1978 (first published 1847), pp. X-XI, 22-25, 36-37, 44-45, 96-97, 106, 264-270, 274-275, and 278-281.

folder 58: Exhibit 58

De Smet, Father Pierre Jean. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1986 (first published 1843), pp. 2, 6-7 and 10.

folder 59: Exhibit 59

De Smet, Father Pierre Jean. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1985 (first published 1841).

folder 60: Exhibit 60

Diomedi, Alexander. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1978 (originally published 1902), pp. 10, 28, 53-55, and 61-80.

folder 61: Exhibit 61

Dozier, Jack. "Chief Andrew Seltice--Protector of the Coeur d'Alene Indians," , November 11, 1962. Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington.

folder 62: Exhibit 62

Dozier, Jack. "The Coeur D'Alene Indians in the War of 1858." Vol. V, No. 3 (Fall 1961): pp. 22-32.

folder 63: Exhibit 63

Dozier, Jack. "Coeur D'Alene Country: the Creation of the Coeur D'Alene Indian Reservation in North Idaho." (1962): pp. 1-7.

folder 64: Exhibit 64

Dozier, Jack. "History of the Coeur D'Alene Indians to 1900." M.A. Thesis, University of Idaho, 1962, pp. 7, 11, 13, 16-21, 25-33, 77-80, 87-91, 93-94, and 96.

folder 65: Exhibit 65

Dunbar, Seymour. . New York: Edward Eberstadt, 1927, pp. 61-62 and 68.

folder 66: Exhibit 66

Duncan, Kate C. "Images and Objects from Father DeSmet and the Indians of the Rocky Mountain West." (Summer, 1993): pp. 53-63, and 91.

folder 67: Exhibit 67

Fahey, John. , 1965.

folder 68: Exhibit 68

Feathers, Joseph J. S. . Lewiston, Idaho: Lewis-Clark State College Press, 1971, pp. xxiii-xxiv, 1-8, 11, 14-16, 44-45, 47-48, 50, 57, and 62-63.

folder 69: Exhibit 69

Fisher, Ron, and Charles R. Whitlock. . Coeur d'Alene, Idaho: Alpha Omega, Inc., 1983.

folder 70: Exhibit 70

Hilder, Frazer C. "Map of the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho." Office of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior: Washington, D. C., ca. 1910 [same as Exhibit #680].

folder 71: Exhibit 71

George, Oswald. "Historical MSS." Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington, 1968.

folder 72: Exhibit 72

Glassley, Ray H. . Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort, 1953.

folder 73: Exhibit 73

Glover, Richard (ed.). . Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1962, pp. 267-270, 296, 299, 378, and 380.

folder 74: Exhibit 74

Goetzmann, William H. . New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971, pp. 311-312.

folder 75: Exhibit 75

Gradon, Kerman D. and Harold A. Rands. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation. Township No. 47 North, Range No. 4 West of the Boise Meridian, Idaho" (Map). Surveyor General's Office, Boise, August 17, 1907.

folder 76: Exhibit 76

Greenough, W. Earl. "First 100 Years, Coeur D'Alene Mining Region, 1846-1946." An Address before the Montana section of the American Institute of Mining & Metallurgical Engineers. Mullan, Idaho: W. Earl Greenough, 1947, pp. 4-5.

folder 77: Exhibit 77

Hagan, William T. "United States Indian Policies, 1860-1900," Vol. 4. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1988, pp. 55 and 57.

folder 78: Exhibit 78

Hale, Janet Campbell. . New York: Random House, 1993, pp. 147-148.

folder 79: Exhibit 79

Harms, Su, ed. Vols. I-III (1937-1940) (July 1980). Plummer, Idaho: Serento Press, pp. 35, 47, 51, 56-57, 61-62, 83-86, 101, 110-111, 132, 134, 144-145, 147, 150-152, 157-59, 165, 170, 192-193, 198, 213, 220, 222, 232, 234, 237, 239-240, 245, 260, 279-81, 307-8, 319, 324-25, 357, 366-67 and 373.

folder 80: Exhibit 80

Hart. E. Richard. Fieldnotes. Interview with Father Thomas Connolly, July 26, 1993, Sacred Heart Mission, DeSmet, Idaho.

folder 81: Exhibit 81

Hart, E. Richard. Fieldnotes. Meeting with Coeur d'Alene Tribal Council (Norma Peone, Albert Garrick, Ernie Stensgar, Lawrence Aripa, Henry SiJohn, Margaret Jose) and their attorneys, Ray Givens and Howard Funke, also Public Affairs Officer Bob Bostwick. Then interview with Dixie Saxon at Heyburn State, May 12, 1993.

folder 82: Exhibit 82

Hart, E. Richard. Fieldnotes. Meeting with Coeur d'Alene Tribal Chairman Ernest Stensgar and Councilman Lawrence Aripa, with Hank Meshorer, July 26, 1993, Plummer, Idaho.

folder 83: Exhibit 83

Hart, E. Richard. Fieldnotes. Telephone interview with Father Thomas Connolly, Sacred Heart Mission, DeSmet, Idaho, May 5, 1993.

folder 84: Exhibit 84

Haskell, Susan H. Letter to T. J. Ferguson, August 31, 1993, enclosing accession information from Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

folder 85: Exhibit 85

Hill, Edward E. . Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1981, pp. 135 and 146.

folder 86: Exhibit 86

Hodge, Frederick Webb, ed. , p. 594. Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield, 1975, p. 594.

folder 87: Exhibit 87

Hudson, L., S. Boswell, C. D. Carley, W. Choquette, C. Miss, D. H. Chance, and M. A. Stamper. . Sandpoint, Idaho: Cultural Resource Consultants, 1981, pp. 37-38, 40, 43, 51, 53-54, and 57.

folder 88: Exhibit 88

Hult, Ruby El. . Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1953, pp. 20-21, 23-24, 30, 72-73, 79, and 197-203.

folder 89: Exhibit 89

Hutton, May Arkwright. "The Coeur D'Alenes: a Tale of the Modern Inquisition in Idaho." in . Montgomery, James W. (ed.), Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1974, pp. 156 and 173.

folder 90: Exhibit 90

Hutton, May Arkwright. . Denver, Colorado: The App Engraving and Printing Co., 1900.

folder 91: Exhibit 91

Idaho State. Chatq'ele' Interpretive Center at Rocky Point, Heyburn State Park (brochure), Idaho State Parks and Recreation, Boise, Idaho, n. d. [1993].

folder 92: Exhibit 92

Idaho State. . Charlottesville, Virginia: The Michie Company, 1993, p. 415.

folder 93: Exhibit 93

James, Elizabeth. "The Allotment Period on the Nez Perce Reservation: Encroachments, Obstacles, and Reactions." Vol. 37, No. 1 (1993): pp. 11-23.

folder 94: Exhibit 94

Johnson, Randall A. . n.p.: privately printed, 1972.

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United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1899, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 126: Exhibit 261

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1900, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 127: Exhibit 262

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1901, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 128: Exhibit 263

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1902, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 129: Exhibit 264

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1903, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

carton 286: Exhibits #265-#519
folder 1: Exhibit 265

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1904-5, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 2: Exhibit 266

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1906, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, pp. 213-214.

folder 3: Exhibit 267

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1907-8, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 4: Exhibit 268

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1909, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 5: Exhibit 269

United States. Department of the Interior. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Annual Report," 1910, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

folder 6: Exhibit 270

United States. Department of the Interior. General Land Office. "Report of the Commissioner of the General Land-Office to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1873," 1873. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, pp. 141 and 144.

folder 7: Exhibit 271

United States. Department of the Interior. General Land Office. "Report of the Commissioner of the General Land-Office for the Year 1888," 1888. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, p. 446.

folder 8: Exhibit 272

United States. Department of the Interior. General Land Office. "Report of the Commissioner of the General Land-Office for the Fiscal Year Year Ended June 30, 1891," 1891. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, p. 352.

folder 9: Exhibit 273

United States. Department of the Interior. General Land Office. "Report of the Commissioner of the General Land-Office for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1892," 1892. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, p. 188.

folder 10: Exhibit 274

United States. Department of the Interior. General Land Office. "Report of the Commissioner of the General Land-Office for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1893," 1893. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, p. 333.

folder 11: Exhibit 275

United States. . Washington, D. .: Government Printing Office, 1912, p. 72.

folder 12: Exhibit 276

United States. Indian Claims Commission. "Findings of Fact." Docket No. 81, , 1955.

folder 13: Exhibit 277

United States. Indian Claims Commission. "Opinion." Docket No. 81, , 1955.

folder 14: Exhibit 278

United States. Secretary of the Interior. (reprint of Senate Executive Document 14, 51st Congress, 1st Session). Edited by Glen Adams. Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1970.

folder 15: Exhibit 279

United States. Secretary of the Interior. . Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1981, pp. 8, 10, and 63-69.

folder 16: Exhibit 280

Walker, Deward E., Jr. . Anthropological Monographs of the University of Idaho, Vol. 1, no. No. 2 (1971), Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho, pp. 46-53, 100-104 and 177-206.

folder 17: Exhibit 281

Walker, Deward E., Jr. . Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press, 1980, pp. 61-102.

folder 18: Exhibit 282

Weibel, Geo. F. Rev. Joseph M. Cataldo, . Spokane: Gonzaga Quarterly, March 15, 1928, pp. 6 and 9.

folder 19: Exhibit 283

Wells, Merle W. (ed.). , Boise: Idaho Historical Society, n.d., pp. 3-7, 9-13, 22-24 and 26-27.

folder 20: Exhibit 284

White, C. Albert. . Bureau of Land Management: Washington, D. C., 1983, pp. 14, 29-30, 48, 59, 82, 90, 94, 112, 114-115, 119, 146, 161, 202, 441-442, 464-465, 501-510, 513, 523-524, and 595-681.

folder 21: Exhibit 285

White, Richard. , Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991.

folder 22: Exhibit 286

Wickwire, Wendy. "Women in Ethnography: The Research of James A. Teit," Vol. 40, No. 4 (Fall 1993): p. 540.

folder 23: Exhibit 287

Wight, E. L., Mary Mitchell, and Marie Schmidt. . Portland, Oregon: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1960.

folder 24: Exhibit 288

Wright, Robin K. (ed.) . Seattle, Washington: University of Washington Press, 1991.

folder 25: Exhibit 289

Wood, C. E. S. "Famous Indians. Portraits of Some Indian Chiefs," Vol. XLVI, N.S. Vol. X (1893): pp. 436-445.

folder 26: Exhibit 290

Wood, John V. . Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1984, pp. 4-8, 26-41.

folder 27: Exhibit 291

Work, John. . Memoir No. X. Victoria, B. C.: Archives of British Columbia, 1945.

folder 28: Exhibit 292

James O'Neil to Commissioner Price, June 22, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 29: Exhibit 293

"The Catholic Mission Among the Coeur d'Alene Indians. Memoranda." Desmet, Idaho, July 23, 1925, Gonzaga University. Oregon Province Archives of the Society of Jesus, Spokane, Washington.

folder 30: Exhibit 294

Caruana, Joseph M., S. J. to N. B. [?]. MS 2/351, Idaho State Historical Society. Archives, Boise, Idaho.

folder 31: Exhibit 295

Downer to Commissioner, May 9, 1866, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 337, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 32: Exhibit 296

Ballard to Hough, September 18, 1866, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 337, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 33: Exhibit 297

Ballard to Cooley, November 20, 1866, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 337, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 34: Exhibit 298

Commissioner of General Land Office to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, July 18, 1867, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 337, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 35: Exhibit 299

Ballard to Taylor, October 9, 1867, with attachments, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 337, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 36: Exhibit 300

Chiefs of the Coeur d'Alene Nation to [Commissioner of Indian Affairs], November 18, 1872, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 37: Exhibit 301

Superintendent of the Washington Superintendency, R.H. Milroy to John A. Simms, December 14, 1872, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 38: Exhibit 302

Supt. of Indian Affairs, Washington Territory, to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, December 15, 1872, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 39: Exhibit 303

Wheaton [?] to Hon. H. W. Corbett, January 23, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 40: Exhibit 304

Surveyor General of Idaho to Commissioner of General Land Office, April 29, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 41: Exhibit 305

D. P. Thompson to Surveyor General, May 6, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 42: Exhibit 306

Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office to Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. P. Smith, May 31, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 43: Exhibit 307

Catholic Commissioner of Indian Missions Charles Ewing to Secretary of the Interior, June 5, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 44: Exhibit 308

Acting Secretary of the Interior to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 45: Exhibit 309

Smith to Shanks, July 1, 1873, Letters Sent by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, RG 75, Microfilm, M21, Roll 112, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 46: Exhibit 310

Bennett to Secretary of the Interior, April 10, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 47: Exhibit 311

Bennett to Commissioner, May 21, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 48: Exhibit 312

Bennett to Commissioner, June 4, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 49: Exhibit 313

Shanks to Sec. of the Interior, enclosing agreement with Coeur d'Alene, August 1, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 50: Exhibit 314

Shanks, Bennett and Monteith, Telegram, August 6, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 51: Exhibit 315

Monteith to Commissioner, August 6, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 52: Exhibit 316

Dept. of Interior file notice, November 8, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 53: Exhibit 317

Andrew Seltice to Father J. B. Brouillet, translated by Father Cataldo (copy transmitted to Indian office), August 17, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 54: Exhibit 318

Father J. B. Brouillet to Andrew Seltis, Chief of the Coeur d'Alene, September 8, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 55: Exhibit 319

Shanks, Bennett, and Reed to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, November 17, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 56: Exhibit 320

Acting Commissioner to Secretary of the Interior, December 4, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M. 234, Roll 342, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 57: Exhibit 321

Brown to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, December 30, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 58: Exhibit 322

Contract, August 25, 1873, Letters Received, Washington Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 912, RG 75, National Archives. This contract was to survey the 1873 Executive Order Reservation.

folder 59: Exhibit 323

John B. Monteith to Edward P. Smith (C.I.A.), July 20, 1874, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 342, RG 75, National Archives.

folder 60: Exhibit 324

O'Neil to Commissioner Price, June 22, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 61: Exhibit 325

Simms to Commissioner Price, September 29, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 62: Exhibit 326

John A. Simms, Colville Agency to Rev. J. B. A. Brouillet, December 22, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 63: Exhibit 327

Simms to Commissioner, December 22, 1881, with attached clipping, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 64: Exhibit 328

Simms to the Congressional Delegate from Idaho, December 24, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 65: Exhibit 329

O'Neill to Ainslie, Delegate from Idaho, December 28, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 66: Exhibit 330

Simms to Commissioner, June 25, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 67: Exhibit 331

Simms to Commissioner, May 3, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 68: Exhibit 332

Simms to Commissioner, October 4, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 69: Exhibit 333

Price to Simms, February 9, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, National Archives.

folder 70: Exhibit 334

Price to Simms, March 30, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, National Archives.

folder 71: Exhibit 335

Price to Simms, July 15, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, National Archives.

folder 72: Exhibit 336

Price to Simms, October 26, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, National Archives.

folder 73: Exhibit 337

Brooks to Simms, August 7, 1880, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Box 5, Pacific Northwest Regional Federal Repository, National Archives.

folder 74: Exhibit 338

Commissioner to Simms, January 10, 1880, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 75: Exhibit 339

Price to Simms, September 9, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 76: Exhibit 340

Brooks to Simms, July 9, 1880, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 77: Exhibit 341

Brouillet to Price, August 20, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 78: Exhibit 342

Commissioner to Simms, May 22, 1880, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 79: Exhibit 343

Simms, John A. "Notice!" July 26, 1881, Record Group 75, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 80: Exhibit 344

Simms to Commissioner, July 31, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 81: Exhibit 345

James Shinn to Secretary of Interior, November 15, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 82: Exhibit 346

Commissioner McFarland of the General Land Office to Secretary of Interior Feller, November 6, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 83: Exhibit 347

Secretary of War to Secretary of the Interior, April 5, 1882, with enclosures and clipping, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 84: Exhibit 348

Brouillet to Commissioner, June 14, 1882, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 85: Exhibit 349

"Agreement," January 1, 1883, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Box 18a, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 86: Exhibit 350

Secretary of the Interior to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, May 11, 1883, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 87: Exhibit 351

Seltise and eleven other Coeur d'Alene leaders, November 4, 1883, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 88: Exhibit 352

Waters to Price, November 10, 1883, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 89: Exhibit 353

Johnson, et. al., August 25, 1877, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 90: Exhibit 354

Price et. al. to the Priests, Chief & Coeur d'Alene Indians, June 19, 1877, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 91: Exhibit 355

Waters to Price, November 24, 1883, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 92: Exhibit 356

Waters to Price, November 30, 1883, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 93: Exhibit 357

Waters to Price, November 10, 1883, Record Group 75, Letters Received, National Archives.

folder 94: Exhibit 358

Stevens to Simms, June 13, 1883, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 95: Exhibit 359

Price to Simms, July 24, 1883, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 96: Exhibit 360

Price to Simms, July 25, 1883, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 97: Exhibit 361

Price to Waters, November 24, 1883, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 98: Exhibit 362

Price to Waters, April 30, 1883 (telegram), Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 99: Exhibit 363

Price to Waters, March 20, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 100: Exhibit 364

Waters to Price, March 29, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 101: Exhibit 365

O'Neill to Waters, April 14, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 102: Exhibit 366

Secretary of the Coeur d'Alene Steam Navigation Co. to Hon. J. N. Dolph, April 26, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 103: Exhibit 367

Waters to Price, May 11, 1884, telegram, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 104: Exhibit 368

Murphy to Waters, March 6, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 105: Exhibit 369

Waters to Price, March 27, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 106: Exhibit 370

Price to Waters, May 21, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 107: Exhibit 371

T. F. Singisen, Delegate from the Territory of Idaho, to Secretary Teller, April 25, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 108: Exhibit 372

Waters to Price, May 1, 1884, with three enclosures, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 109: Exhibit 373

Waters to Price, June 26, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 110: Exhibit 374

Waters to Price, June 26, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 111: Exhibit 375

Price to Waters, July 12, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 112: Exhibit 376

Andrew Seltice to Commissioner Price August 13, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 113: Exhibit 377

Waters to Price, September 6, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 114: Exhibit 378

Price to Waters, May 20, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 115: Exhibit 379

Price to Waters, September 29, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 116: Exhibit 380

Price to Waters, November 18, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 117: Exhibit 381

Waters to Price, April 30, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 118: Exhibit 382

C .C. Austin to Indian Office, May 3, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 119: Exhibit 383

Baker to Waters, June 20, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 120: Exhibit 384

Waters to Price, June 26, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 121: Exhibit 385

General Land Office to Indian Office, October 9, 1884, Register of Letters Received (entry of October 13, 1884), Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 122: Exhibit 386

Waters to Price, November 17, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 123: Exhibit 387

Sexton to Waters, December 8, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 124: Exhibit 388

Waters to Finance Division, December 27, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 125: Exhibit 389

Waters to Price, April 11, 1884, with enclosure, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 126: Exhibit 390

Price to Waters, January 2, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 127: Exhibit 391

Price to Waters, March 19, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 128: Exhibit 392

Price to Waters, April 23, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 129: Exhibit 393

Acting Secretary to Commissioner, February 15, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 130: Exhibit 394

Price to Waters, February 20, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 131: Exhibit 395

Price to Waters, February 23, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 132: Exhibit 396

Price to Waters, March 21, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 133: Exhibit 397

Stevens to Waters, May 28, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 134: Exhibit 398

Price to Waters, July 14, 1884, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 135: Exhibit 399

Waters to Price, January 21, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 136: Exhibit 400

A. F. McLeod to Secretary of the Interior, June 25, 1884, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 137: Exhibit 401

O'Neill to Waters, March 20, 1885, and enclosure, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 138: Exhibit 402

Waters to Price, March 26, 1885, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 139: Exhibit 403

Commissioner to Waters, May 14, 1885, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 140: Exhibit 404

Price to Waters, February 26, 1885, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 141: Exhibit 405

Price to Secretary of the Interior, February 4, 1885, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 142: Exhibit 406

Price to Waters, March 14, 1885, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 143: Exhibit 407

Waters to Price, April 2, 1885, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 144: Exhibit 408

John A. Simms to Atkins, April 28, 1885, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 145: Exhibit 409

Waters to Atkins, April 18, 1885, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 146: Exhibit 410

Many Citizens to General Land Office, September 13, 1885, enclosing map, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 147: Exhibit 411

Upshaw to Moore, November 6, 1885, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 148: Exhibit 412

Hayden v. Frost, et al, Idaho Territorial Court; March, 1887; Sacred Heart Mission Archives.

folder 149: Exhibit 413

Reed to Vorhees, December 26, 1885, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 150: Exhibit 414

McFarland to Atkins, May 14, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 151: Exhibit 415

R. E. McFarland to Commissioner J. D. C. Atkins, June 1, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 152: Exhibit 416

Atkins to Moore, January 6, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 153: Exhibit 417

Atkins to Moore, March 11, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 154: Exhibit 418

Sec. of War to Sec. of Interior, July 3, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 155: Exhibit 419

McFarland to Sec. Atkins, June 28, 1886, submitting various affidavits, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 156: Exhibit 420

Affidavit of George McCabe, June 24, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 157: Exhibit 421

Affidavit of Robert E. McFarland, June 28, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 158: Exhibit 422

Affidavit of Charles Smith, December 19, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 159: Exhibit 423

Affidavit of Silas Greestable, June 22, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 160: Exhibit 424

Upshaw to Moore, May 24, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 161: Exhibit 425

Moore to Atkins, March, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 162: Exhibit 426

Lazelle to Adjutant General, July 27, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 163: Exhibit 427

Secretary of War to Secretary of Interior, August 9, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 164: Exhibit 428

1st Asst. Secretary of the Interior, Note to File, August 11, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 165: Exhibit 429

F. Holmes, Resident Farmer to Gwydir, August 14, 1888, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 166: Exhibit 430

"Agreement" (with attached departmental objections), December 29, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 167: Exhibit 431

Commissioner to Moore, December 9, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 168: Exhibit 432

Upshaw to Moore, October 25, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 169: Exhibit 433

Secretary to Commissioner, October 18, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 170: Exhibit 434

Commissioner to Moore, July 28, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 171: Exhibit 435

Secy. of the Wash. & Idaho RR Co. to Moore, July 20, 1886, with enclosures, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 172: Exhibit 436

Atkins to Moore, August 4, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 173: Exhibit 437

Lamar to Sec. of War, May 14, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 174: Exhibit 438

Atkins to Secretary of the Interior, May 12, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 175: Exhibit 439

Lamar to Secretary of War, May 14, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 176: Exhibit 440

O'Neill to Moore, January 2, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 177: Exhibit 441

Colville Agent Benjamin P. Moore to Commissioner Atkins, January 4, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 178: Exhibit 442

Moore to Atkins, March 20, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 179: Exhibit 443

Moore to Atkins, March 26, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 180: Exhibit 444

Morris to Moore, November 17, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 181: Exhibit 445

Atkins to Moore, December 17, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 182: Exhibit 446

Atkins to Moore, January 25, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 183: Exhibit 447

Upshaw to Moore, September 22, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 184: Exhibit 448

Morris to Land Commissioner of U.S., November 17, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 185: Exhibit 449

Representative Hailey (Idaho) to Indian Office, May 17, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 186: Exhibit 450

Notes relative to responding to a Senate Resolution, (1886), Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 187: Exhibit 451

Saltice to O'Neill, March 8, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 188: Exhibit 452

O'Neill to Moore, March 13, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 189: Exhibit 453

Moore to Atkins, March 25, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 190: Exhibit 454

Seltice et. al. to Secretary of the Interior, November 29, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 191: Exhibit 455

Atkins to Moore, April 16, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 192: Exhibit 456

Upshaw to Moore, October 23, 1886, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 193: Exhibit 457

Moore to Atkins enclosing newspaper clipping, April 16, 1886, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 194: Exhibit 458

Moore to Atkins, April 13, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 195: Exhibit 459

Atkins to Moore, March 18, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 196: Exhibit 460

Atkins to Gwydir, June 4, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 197: Exhibit 461

Gwydir to Commissioner, August 19, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 198: Exhibit 462

Cook, Gleason and Harrington to Secretary Lamar, April 30, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 199: Exhibit 463

Gwydir to Atkins, May 14, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 200: Exhibit 464

Gwydir to Atkins, telegram, May 14, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 201: Exhibit 465

Resident Farmer to Moore, May 4, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 202: Exhibit 466

Trespassing on Coeur d'Alene Reservation, File 2889, Letters Received by the Office of the Adjutant General (Main Series) 1881-1889, Microfilm Roll 533, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 203: Exhibit 467

Secretary of War to Secretary of the Interior, May 18, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 204: Exhibit 468

Secretary of War to Indian Office, July 14, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 205: Exhibit 469

Atkins to Gwydir, June 1, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 206: Exhibit 470

Carlin to Asst. Adj. General, August 1, 1887, with map, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 207: Exhibit 471

Straughan to Sparks, August 10, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 208: Exhibit 472

Straughan to Carlin at Fort Sherman, August 10, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 209: Exhibit 473

Secretary of War to Secretary of the Interior, September 10, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 210: Exhibit 474

Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs A. B. Upshaw to Secretary of the Interior, October 24, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 211: Exhibit 475

Gwydir to Atkins, October 27, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 212: Exhibit 476

Commissioner Sparks to Secretary of Interior L. Q. C. Lamar, November 11, 1887, and attached maps, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 213: Exhibit 477

Commissioner Sparks to Secretary Lamar, November 11, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 214: Exhibit 478

Upshaw to Gwydir, August 9, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 215: Exhibit 479

Atkins to Gwydir, December 15, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 216: Exhibit 480

Col. William P. Carlin to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, December 19, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 217: Exhibit 481

Cockrell to Atkins, February 24, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 218: Exhibit 482

B. Henley (House of Reps.) to Indian Office, February 1, 1887, Register of Letters Received (entry of February 2, 1887) Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 219: Exhibit 483

Cockrell to Atkins, April 4, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 220: Exhibit 484

Saltice to Wright, et. al., April 2, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 221: Exhibit 485

Wright, et. al. to Atkins, April 13, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 222: Exhibit 486

George Harvey, License to Trade at Coeur d'Alene, January 25, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 223: Exhibit 487

Nelson Martin to Secretary of the Interior, June 27, 1887, telegram, and notes to file, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 224: Exhibit 488

Moore to Atkins, January 28, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 225: Exhibit 489

King to Acting Commissioner, June 2, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 226: Exhibit 490

Moore to Atkins, January 28, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 227: Exhibit 491

Secretary of the Interior to Commissioner, September 13, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 228: Exhibit 492

Rickard D. Gwydir to J. D. C. Atkins, November 22, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 229: Exhibit 493

Atkins to Gwydir, July 8, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 230: Exhibit 494

Hawkins to Moore, May 6, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 231: Exhibit 495

Lamar to Commissioner, June 30, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 232: Exhibit 496

King to Hawkins, June 2, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 233: Exhibit 497

Atkins to Moore, January, 19, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 234: Exhibit 498

"The Diary of DeSmet Mission, Idaho from 1878 to 193(9)," Box 730, House Diaries, 1878-1944, Gonzaga University. Oregon Province Archives of the Society of Jesus, Spokane, Washington.

folder 235: Exhibit 499

Gwydir to Atkins, June 24, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 236: Exhibit 500

Saltese et. al. to Asst. Commissioner Upshaw, August 16, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 237: Exhibit 501

Mullan to Lamar, February 18, 1887, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 238: Exhibit 502

Atkins to Gwydir, September 29, 1887, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 239: Exhibit 503

Upshaw to Gwydir, June 9, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 240: Exhibit 504

Upshaw to Gwydir, July 25, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 241: Exhibit 505

Secretary to Gwydir, October 1, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 242: Exhibit 506

Commissioner to Gwydir, December 8, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 243: Exhibit 507

Palmer to Atkins, January 16, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 244: Exhibit 508

Atkins to Gwydir, March 26, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 245: Exhibit 509

Commissioner to Gwydir, April 19, 1888, telegram, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 246: Exhibit 510

F. Holmes, Resident Farmer to Gwydir, August 14, 1888, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 247: Exhibit 511

Gwydir to Commissioner, August 28, 1888, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 248: Exhibit 512

Atkins to Gwydir, January 10, 1888, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 249: Exhibit 513

Seltice, et. al., to President Harrison, April 30, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 250: Exhibit 514

Acting Commissioner to Gwydir, April 24, 1889, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 251: Exhibit 515

Cataldo to Mullan, May 10, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 252: Exhibit 516

Note to File, Executive Mansion, The President, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 253: Exhibit 517

Charles Hoffman to Secretary of the Interior, May 4, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 254: Exhibit 518

Hobbs to Secretary of the Interior, July 3, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 255: Exhibit 519

Hon. J. N. Dolph to Secretary of the Interior, August 11, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

carton 287: Exhibits #520-#733
folder 1: Exhibit 520

Manderson to Secretary of the Interior, December 4, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 2: Exhibit 521

James Ballard, homestead entry, September 17, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 3: Exhibit 522

Cole to Commissioner, October 5, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 4: Exhibit 523

Note to File, May 31, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 5: Exhibit 524

Gwydir to Indian Office, April 5, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 6: Exhibit 525

Frederick Post to Indian Office, September 28, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 7: Exhibit 526

Acting Commissioner to Cole, September 19, 1889, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 8: Exhibit 527

Gwydir to Commissioner, May 4, 1889, enclosing Holmes to Gwydir, March 20, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 9: Exhibit 528

Morgan to Cole, July 8, 1889, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 10: Exhibit 529

Commissioner Morgan to Secretary of the Interior, December 7, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 11: Exhibit 530

Report of the Coeur d'Alene Indian Commission, September, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 12: Exhibit 531

Transcript of Coeur d'Alene Indian Commission Councils with the tribe, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 13: Exhibit 532

Receipt, January 25, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 14: Exhibit 533

Morgan to Cole, August 5, 1889, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 15: Exhibit 534

Morgan to Cole, August 6, 1889, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 16: Exhibit 535

Simpson to Commissioner, August 8, 1889, telegram, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 17: Exhibit 536

Shupe to Mitchell, August 31, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 18: Exhibit 537

Mitchell to Simpson, September 4, 1889, telegram, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 19: Exhibit 538

Mitchell to Commissioner, September 4, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 20: Exhibit 539

Simpson, Shoup and Humphrey to Commissioner, September 11, 1889, telegram, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 21: Exhibit 540

Simpson, et. al., to Commissioner Morgan, September 11, 1889, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 22: Exhibit 541

Mitchell to Indian Office (note to file), January 28, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 23: Exhibit 542

Morgan to Cole, May 6, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, RG 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 24: Exhibit 543

Morgan to Cole, June 28, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, RG 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 25: Exhibit 544

Parker to Ingalls, March 16, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 26: Exhibit 545

Lee to President Harrison, May 9, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 27: Exhibit 546

Eleanor Lee to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, March 16, 1891, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 28: Exhibit 547

Gildea to Cole, April 21, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 29: Exhibit 548

Notes to file, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 30: Exhibit 549

Conner to Commissioner of General Land Office, June 20, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 31: Exhibit 550

Conner to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, June 20, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 32: Exhibit 551

Thom to Secretary of the Interior, July 18, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 33: Exhibit 552

Thompson to Post Adjutant, August 22, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 34: Exhibit 553

Morgan to Cole, July 5, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 35: Exhibit 554

Act'g Commissioner to Cole, November 15, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 36: Exhibit 555

Acting Commissioner to Cole, October 1, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 37: Exhibit 556

Secretary of the Interior John W. Noble to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, June 27, 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 38: Exhibit 557

Belt to McCammon, May 10, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 39: Exhibit 558

Mullan to Gildea, May 15, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 40: Exhibit 559

Acting Commissioner to Cole, October 11, 1890, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 41: Exhibit 560

Acting Commissioner to Cole, December 24, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 42: Exhibit 561

Acting Commissioner to Cole, August 28, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 43: Exhibit 562

Acting Commissioner to Cole, August 6, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 44: Exhibit 563

Acting Commissioner to Cole, May 27, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 45: Exhibit 564

Acting Commissioner to Cole, June 8, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 46: Exhibit 565

Acting Commissioner to Cole, March 28, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 47: Exhibit 566

Acting Commissioner to Cole, March 17, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 48: Exhibit 567

Morgan to Cole, June 26, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 49: Exhibit 568

Morgan to Cole, June 30, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 50: Exhibit 569

Commissioner Morgan to Secretary of the Interior, November 4, 1891, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 51: Exhibit 570

Cole to Commissioner, October 24, 1891, enclosing certificate approving the census roll, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 52: Exhibit 571

Seltice et. al., October 21, 1891, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 53: Exhibit 572

Mullan to Indian Office, October 6, 1891, with enclosures, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 54: Exhibit 573

Commissioner to Quin a mo sey, August 27, 1891, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 55: Exhibit 574

Morgan to Cole, October 10, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 56: Exhibit 575

Morgan to Cole, November 7, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 57: Exhibit 576

Acting Commissioner to Cole, December 14, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 58: Exhibit 577

Wells to Secretary of the Interior, June 17, 1891, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 59: Exhibit 578

Morgan to Cole, February 9, 1892, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 60: Exhibit 579

H. W. Desgrangers, Editor of the Spokane Enterprise, January 25, 1892, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 61: Exhibit 580

Morgan to Cole, March 16, 1892, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 62: Exhibit 581

Morgan to Cole, March 16, 1892, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 63: Exhibit 582

Franklin to Cole, March 21, 1892, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 64: Exhibit 583

A. A. Crane for the People of Harrison to President Harrison, September 4, 1891, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives. The local historical society in Harrison is named for Crane.

folder 65: Exhibit 584

Secretary to Commissioner, Sept. 21, 1891, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 66: Exhibit 585

First Assistant Secretary to Secretary, September 18, 1891, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 67: Exhibit 586

Morgan to Cole, October 15, 1891, Letters Received, Colville Agency, RG 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 68: Exhibit 587

Cole to Commissioner, October 9, 1891, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 69: Exhibit 588

Note to File, Cole, November, 12, 1891, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 70: Exhibit 589

Cole to Commissioner, November 12, 1891, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 71: Exhibit 590

Latham to Secretary of the Interior, February 26, 1892, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 72: Exhibit 591

Secretary to Commissioner, March 19, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 73: Exhibit 592

Cole to Commissioner, May 7, 1892, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 74: Exhibit 593

Secretary to Commissioner, July 26, 1892, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 75: Exhibit 594

Morgan to Cole, July 30, 1892, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 76: Exhibit 595

Budlong to Cole, August 26, 1892, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 77: Exhibit 596

Secretary of the Interior to Commissioner, March 18, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 78: Exhibit 597

Cole to Commissioner, September 24, 1892, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 79: Exhibit 598

Commissioner to Secretary, December 15, 1892, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 80: Exhibit 599

Commissioner to Smith, July 20, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 81: Exhibit 600

Commissioner to Bubb, August 11, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 82: Exhibit 601

Commissioner to Smith, August 11, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 83: Exhibit 602

Secretary to Commissioner, July 21, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 84: Exhibit 603

Notes to File, July 14, 1893, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 85: Exhibit 604

Bubb and Hartman to Commissioner, October 28, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 86: Exhibit 605

Seltice et. al. to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, November, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 87: Exhibit 606

Bubb to Commissioner, November 3, 1893, enclosing his drafted, but unsigned cession agreement, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 88: Exhibit 607

Seltice et. al., to Commissioner, December 18, 1893, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 89: Exhibit 608

Secretary to Commissioner, December 15, 1893, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 90: Exhibit 609

Browning to Lane, December 21, 1893, with enclosure, Letters Received, Colville Agency, Record Group 75, Pacific Northwest Regional Archives; Seattle, Washington; National Archives.

folder 91: Exhibit 610

Lane to Commissioner, January 1, 1894, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," February 2, 1894, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 92: Exhibit 611

Transcript of proceedings, February 6, 1894, DeSmet, Idaho, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 93: Exhibit 612

Lane to Commissioner, February 10, 1894, "Harrison Townsite on Coeur d'Alene Reservation," Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 94: Exhibit 613

"Agreement concluded on the 7th day of February, 1894 between John Lane, Special United States Indian Agent, on the part of the United States, and the Indians of the Coeur d'Alene Reservation in the State of Idaho," Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 95: Exhibit 614

Lane to Commissioner, February 12, 1894, telegram, Special Case No. 200, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 96: Exhibit 615

Seltice et. al. to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, May 14, 1894, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 97: Exhibit 616

Seltice et. al. to President Cleveland, May 14, 1894, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 98: Exhibit 617

Bubb to Commissioner, June 14, 1894, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 99: Exhibit 618

Bubb to Commissioner, August 23, 1894, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 100: Exhibit 619

Seltice et. al. to Commissioner, June 11, 1894, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 101: Exhibit 620

Bubb to Commissioner, July 27, 1895, with enclosure, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 102: Exhibit 621

Smith to Newman, April 19, 1897, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 103: Exhibit 622

Secretary of War to Secretary of the Interior, June 26, 1899, telegram, with attachments, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 104: Exhibit 623

Anderson to Commissioner, November 16, 1899, with enclosure, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 105: Exhibit 624

Anderson to Commissioner, December 17, 1898, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 106: Exhibit 625

William T. S. Curtis to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, April 7, 1902, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 107: Exhibit 626

Tonner to Colville, October 2, 1902. Letters Received from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Colville Agency, RG 75, Box 14, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, National Archives.

folder 108: Exhibit 627

Tonner to Anderson, August 8, 1902. Letters Received from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, RG 75, Box 18A, National Archives.

folder 109: Exhibit 628

Anderson to the Secretary, St . Joe Boom Co., May 28, 1903, Letters Received fromthe Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, RG 75, Box 18A, National Archives.

folder 110: Exhibit 629

Anderson to the St. Joe Boom Co., June 4, 1903, Letters Received from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, RG 75, Box 18A, National Archives.

folder 111: Exhibit 630

Dorchester, Daniel. "DeSmet Ind. Bd. & School," 1890, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 112: Exhibit 631

Jones to Anderson, December 5, 1903, Letters Received from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Colville Agency, Pacific Northwest Regional Repository, RG 75, Box 18A, National Archives.

folder 113: Exhibit 632

Coeur d'Alene Indians, Petition, February 12, 1902, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 114: Exhibit 633

Worley and Sams to Commissioner, January 11, 1909, Letters Received, RG 75, National Archives; exhibit copy from , Civ. Nos. 1-76-231, 77-2058.

folder 115: Exhibit 634

Worley, Sams and Wallace to Commissioner, January 16, 1909, Letters Received, RG 75, National Archives; exhibit copy from , Civ. Nos. 1-76-231, 77-2058.

folder 116: Exhibit 635

Acting Commissioner to Secretary of the Interior, January 29, 1909, Letters Received, RG 75, National Archives; exhibit copy from , Civ. Nos. 1-76-231, 77-2058.

folder 117: Exhibit 636

Hauke to Commissioner of the General Land Office, March 23, 1910, Letters Received, RG 75, National Archives; exhibit copy from , Civ. Nos. 1-76-231, 77-2058.

folder 118: Exhibit 637

Secretary to Governor of Idaho, n.d., Letters Received, RG 75, National Archives; exhibit copy from , Civ. Nos. 1-76-231, 77-2058.

folder 119: Exhibit 638

Heyburn to Garfield, January 6, 1909, telegram, Letters Received, RG 75, National Archives; exhibit copy from , Civ. Nos. 1-76-231, 77-2058.

folder 120: Exhibit 639

Coeur d'Alene Tribal Council. "Origins of Heyburn State Park: Fact Sheet," Plummer, Idaho, [1981].

folder 121: Exhibit 640

"Decision Pleases Tribe," newspaper clipping, March 6, 1976, "Chr," Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington.

folder 122: Exhibit 641

"Tribe Considers Changes in Park," , March 6, 1976, Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington.

folder 123: Exhibit 642

"Tribe Wants it Back," newspaper clipping, June 18, 1975, "Chr," Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington.

folder 124: Exhibit 643

"$14 Million Park. Heyburn future unclear," , September 5, 1975, Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington.

folder 125: Exhibit 644

"Heyburn Cabins to Lose Leases," newspaper clipping, March 9, 1976, "Chr," Library and Archives. Cheney-Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington.

folder 126: Exhibit 645

Shanks to Sec. of the Interior, enclosing agreement with Coeur d'Alene, August 1, 1873, Letters Received, Idaho Superintendency, Microfilm, M 234, Roll 341, National Archives.

folder 127: Exhibit 646

"Agreement," Letters Received, #26974, 1889, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 128: Exhibit 647

Jesuit Archives, Missouri Province, St. Louis; DeSmetiana Nos. IX C8, #13, #27, #28, #34 (sides one and two), and #37.

folder 129: Exhibit 648

United States, Indian Claims Commission. "Commission Findings." In . New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1974, pp. 304, 308-310, 313, 326 and 328.

folder 130: Exhibit 649

24 Stats., 44. 49th Congress, 1st Session, Chas. 333, p. 44.

folder 131: Exhibit 650

Peacock, Eldred G. "Early Idaho Panhandle Doctor Reached Patients on Horseback, Boats and Rails," , Vol. 23, No. 1 (Winter, 1979), pp. 1-15.

folder 132: Exhibit 651

36 Stat. 2494.

folder 133: Exhibit 652

35 Stat., 70.

folder 134: Exhibit 653

35 Stat., 78-79.

folder 135: Exhibit 654

Rossi, Jeremiah. "Rocky Mountains." , Vol. 17 No. 1 (1887): pp. 73-81.

folder 136: Exhibit 655

, 566 F. Supp. 15, 1982.

folder 137: Exhibit 656

72 Stat., 121.

folder 138: Exhibit 657

"Coeur d'Alene Indians to Share Big Cash Grant," , August 16, 1959 (copy from Cheney Cowles Museum).

folder 139: Exhibit 658

86 Stat. 788.

folder 140: Exhibit 659

26 Stat. 1029-1030.

folder 141: Exhibit 660

28 Stat. 322-323.

folder 142: Exhibit 661

United States. General Accounting Office. "Report Re: Petition of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Indians, Indian Claims Commission, No. 81," n. d., Records of the Indian Claims Commission, Record Group 279, National Archives.

folder 143: Exhibit 662

Clum to Secretary of the Interior, December 4, 1873, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Letters Received, 1874, Idaho, I 46, National Archives.

folder 144: Exhibit 663

Secretary of the Interior to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, January 14, 1874, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Letters Received, 1874, Idaho, I 46, National Archives.

folder 145: Exhibit 664

Arrington, Leonard J. . Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press, 1994; Vol. 1, pp. 420-421; Vol. 2, pp. 349-352.

folder 146: Exhibit 665

Callister, Marion J. "Order" and "Memorandum," , Civ. No. 77-2058, November 8, 1979.

folder 147: Exhibit 666

Brody, Paul. "Map Accompanying the report of Lieut. Col. H. M. Lazelle. U. S. Army Actg. Inspector General," August 12, 1886, Map #1255, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 148: Exhibit 667

Hilder, Frazer C. "Map of Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho," Department of the Interior, 1911, Map #8871, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 149: Exhibit 668

Hilder, Frazer C. "Map of Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho," Department of the Interior, 1911, Map #8872, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 150: Exhibit 669

Hilder, Frazer C. "Map of Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho," Department of the Interior, 1911, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 151: Exhibit 670

Hilder, Frazer C. "Map of Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho," Department of the Interior, n. d. [1911], Forestry and Grazing, Idaho, Coeur d'Alene, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 152: Exhibit 671

Williamson, Chas. H. "Official Map of Coeur d'Alene Gold Mines," W. B. Ayer & Co., 1884, Map #899, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 153: Exhibit 672

Coeur d'Alene Tribal GIS. "Coeur d'Alene Tribal Lands," July 13, 1993.

folder 154: Exhibit 673

Surveyor General for Idaho. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation: Township No. 46 North, Range No. 3 West," Boise, 1907, Boise BLM Archives.

folder 155: Exhibit 674

Surveyor General for Idaho. "Township No. 48 North, Range No. 4 West," Boise, 1893, Boise BLM Archives.

folder 156: Exhibit 675

Surveyor General for Idaho. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation: Township No. 47 North, Range No. 3 West," Boise, 1905, Boise BLM Archives.

folder 157: Exhibit 676

Leyden, Lieut. S. A. "Lake Coeur d'Alene," 1887, Map #1297, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 158: Exhibit 677

Anon. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation," August, 1887, Map #30379, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 159: Exhibit 678

Anon. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation," 1888, Map #5268, Letters Received, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 160: Exhibit 679

Chandler, William P. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation," Map #1022, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 161: Exhibit 680

Hilder, Frazer C. "Map of Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho," Department of the Interior, 1910, CMF Published Map, Record Group 75, National Archives [same as Exhibit #70].

folder 162: Exhibit 681

Anon. Untitled map of proposed Coeur d'Alene Reservation, [ca. 1866-7], Map #356, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 163: Exhibit 682

Anon. "Proposed reservation for Coeur d'Alenes in Idaho," 1866, Map #758, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 164: Exhibit 683

Anon. "Mission Harbor, Idaho," 1887, Map #1297, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 165: Exhibit 684

Roads Division. Northern Idaho Agency. Office of Indian Affairs. Department of the Interior. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho, 1939, Record Group 75, National Archives.

folder 166: Exhibit 685

United States Geological Survey. "Spokane," 1:250,000 quad. map, 1980.

folder 167: Exhibit 686

United States Geological Survey. "Coeur d'Alene," 1:100,000 quad topographic map, 1987.

folder 168: Exhibit 687

United States Geological Survey. "St. Maries," 1:100,000 quad topographic map, 1987.

folder 169: Exhibit 688

Coeur d'Alene Tribe. "Original Territory," map; April, 1989.

folder 170: Exhibit 689

Coeur d'Alene Tribe. "History Map," n.d.

folder 171: Exhibit 690

Idaho State. Department of Parks and Recreation. "Heyburn State Park," brochure, n.d.

folder 172: Exhibit 691

Hart, E. Richard. Coeur d'Alene Village Sites (map). Adapted from Verne F. Ray. 1994.

folder 173: Exhibit 692

Abraham, Brenda. "Water Potato Day pow wow was a big success," , November 29, 1994.

folder 174: Exhibit 693

Anon. "The Spokane Country," , September 14, 1872.

folder 175: Exhibit 694

Anon. "Those Were the Days. . .," . Volume 24, Number 2 (Summer, 1980), pp. 16-17.

folder 176: Exhibit 695

Anon. "Washington Water Power Company," , vol. 14 (November, 1907): 338-42 [Notes by Marilyn Watkins--original unavailable].

folder 177: Exhibit 696

Anon. "A 100-Mile Side Trip Through the Scenic Beauties of the Inland Empire, Through the Panhandle of Idaho by the Shadowy St. Joe and Coeur d'Alene Lake." Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RY.: n. p., 1915.

folder 178: Exhibit 697

Anon., , vol. II (Spokane: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1912), p. 296-97.

folder 179: Exhibit 698

Arrington, Leonard J., , 2 vols. (Moscow: University of Idaho Press, 1994); Vol. 1, pp. 23-45, 55-58, 133, 139, 155-157, 184, 402, and 495-499; Vol. 2, pp. 204-206.

folder 180: Exhibit 699

Baker, Darius F. "Exterior Lines, Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation," Fieldnotes of the first survey of the exterior boundary of the Coeur d'Alene Reservation, 1883; Vol. 77, pp. 1-262, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 181: Exhibit 700

Baker, William, "John Monteith at the Nez Perce Agency: 1871-1879," (M. A. Thesis, University of Washington, 1973); pp. 9, 11, 17, and 55.

folder 182: Exhibit 701

Baylor, David William, "Silver, Lead and Zinc in the Economic Development of Shoshone County, Idaho" (Master's thesis, University of Washington, 1972); pp. 31, 33 and Appendix A-C.

folder 183: Exhibit 702

Beal, Merrill D. and Merle W. Wells, , vol. I. (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co, Inc., 1959); pp. 16-17, 35-36, 39-41, 44, 50-51, 53-55, 58-59, 209-212, 214-215, and 282.

folder 184: Exhibit 703

Bennett, T. W. "Gov. Bennett's Letter," , Vol. 1, May 16, 1874 (the governor's letter was dated April 15, 1874).

folder 185: Exhibit 704

Bennett, T. W. "Governor Bennett's Letter," , Vol. 1, October 4, 1873 (the governor's letter was dated September 18, 1873).

folder 186: Exhibit 705

Blewett, Steve, "A History of the Washington Water Power Company, 1889 to 1989: Building On a Century of Service," (Spokane, WA: The Washington Water Power Company, March 8, 1989), p. 7-9, 11, 21.

folder 187: Exhibit 706

Carriker, Robert C., (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995); pp. 58, 80-83, 182, and 207.

folder 188: Exhibit 707

Casner, Nicholas A., "Leaded Waters: A History of Mining Pollution on the Coeur d'Alene River in Idaho, 1900-1950" (M.A. thesis, Boise State University, 1989), p. 27-49.

folder 189: Exhibit 708

Cazier, Lola. . United States [Bureau of Land Management]: Washington, D. C.; 1976, pp. 35-37, 48-51, and 56.

folder 190: Exhibit 709

Chadwick, S. J., "Colonel Steptoe's Battle," , vol. 2, no. 4 (July, 1908): 333-43.

folder 191: Exhibit 710

Coeur d'Alene City Commercial Club, "The Panhandle of Idaho," 1909. n.p.

folder 192: Exhibit 711

Coeur d'Alene & Spokane Ry., "The Lake and River Route," 1906. n.p.

folder 193: Exhibit 712

Coggins, George Cameron and Charles F. Wilkinson. . The Foundation Press, Inc.: Mineola, New York; 1981, pp. 55-65.

folder 194: Exhibit 713

Cohen, Felix. (1982 ed.). Michie Bobbs-Merrill: Charlottesville, Virginia; 1982, p. 576.

folder 195: Exhibit 714

Colson, Dennis C., (Moscow: University of Idaho Press, 1991), pp. 10 and 280.

folder 196: Exhibit 715

Conley, Cort, (Cambridge, Idaho: Backeddy Books, 1982), pp. 44 and 435-437.

folder 197: Exhibit 716

Coville, Frederick V. "Added Botanical Notes on Carl A. Geyer," June, 1940 (Volume XLII, Number 4), pp. 323-324.

folder 198: Exhibit 717

Coville, Frederick V. "Notes on the Plants Used by the Klamath Indians of Oregon," , vol. V, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Botany (Washington: GPO, 1897-1901): pp. 90-91.

folder 199: Exhibit 718

Cox, Thomas R., "Weldon Heyburn, Lake Chatcolet, and the Evolving Concept of Public Parks," 24 (Summer, 1980): 2-15.

folder 200: Exhibit 719

Cox, Thomas R., (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1988); pp. xi-xiii, 3-31, 178-189, and 234-236.

folder 201: Exhibit 720

Cox, Thomas R. Cox to Hart, May 20, 1995. Letter Report for United States Department of Justice.

folder 202: Exhibit 721

Cox, Thomas R. Deposition of Thomas R. Cox, June 12, 1979. n the United States District Court for the District of Idaho. State of Idaho vs. Cecil D. Andrus, Case No. 1-76-231; United States of America vs. State of Idaho, et al., Case No. 77-2058.

folder 203: Exhibit 722

Cox, Thomas R., "Changing Patterns of Land Use Among the Coeur d'Alene: An Environmental Ethnohistory." Presented at the 1995 Biannual Meeting of the American Society of Environmental History, Las Vegas, Nevada; pp. 3-6, 10, 16, and 45-46.

folder 204: Exhibit 723

Dallam, Ansell & Edwards, . (Spokane Falls: Evening Review Book and Job Print, 1885), p. 13, 32, 34.

folder 205: Exhibit 724

David, John B. "Field notes of the Survey of the Subdivision and meander lines of T. 50 North...Range No. 4 West," 1880; Vol. 72, p. 88 and 94-95; microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 206: Exhibit 725

Dozier, Jack, "The Coeur d'Alene Land Rush, 1909-10," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 53 (October 1962): 145-150.

folder 207: Exhibit 726

Drury, Clifford Merrill. . The Caxton Printers, Ltd.: Caldwell, Idaho; 1940; pp. 188-190.

folder 208: Exhibit 727

Drury, Clifford M. Drury. . The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1976, pp. 222, 247, 262, 269, 271-274, and 278.

folder 209: Exhibit 728

Drury, Clifford M. "Botanist in Oregon in 1843-44, for Kew Gardens, London," Oregon Historical Quarterly June, 1940 (Volume XLI, Number 2), pp. 182-188.

folder 210: Exhibit 729

Eagleson, Ernest G. "Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Township No. 47 North, Range No. 3 West of the Boise Meridian, Idaho," October 30, 1907; Map. Copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 211: Exhibit 730

Echeverria, John D., Pope Barrow, Richard Roos-Collins, (Washington, D. C.: Island Press, 1989), p. 16.

folder 212: Exhibit 731

Elliott, T. C., "Steptoe Butte and Steptoe Battle-Field," , vol. 18, no. 4 (October, 1927): 243-53.

folder 213: Exhibit 732

Fahey, John, (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1971); p. 24, 32, 58, 62, 112-17, 119-20, 123, 144, 247-48, 250.

folder 214: Exhibit 733

Fahey, John. . University of Washington Press: Seattle, 1965.; pp. 48-49 and 235.

carton 288: Exhibits #734-#842
folder 1: Exhibit 734

Fahey, John, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1974); pp. 74-75, 78-81, 86-113, 170-171, 192-193, 230-231, 234-235, 322-327, and 337-361.

folder 2: Exhibit 735

Fahey, John, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1986); p. 56

folder 3: Exhibit 736

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, "Matter of the Application for License of the Washington Water Power Company," Project Nos. 2545-005 and 009 (Phase II). Opinion No. 199, issued November 16, 1983, (25 FERC 61, 228.), p. 1-4, 10, 22, 26-27, 29, 32.

folder 4: Exhibit 737

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, "Order on Remand, Determining Lack of Authority, and Vacating Prior Orders," May 17, 1988, The Washington Water Power Company,Project Nos. 2545-005, -009, -011, and -012 (43 FERC 61 254), Accession 8806020154, Roll 2851, Frame 2836-2839.

folder 5: Exhibit 738

Geyer, Karl Andreas. "Botanical Information," . Hippolyte Bailliere, Publisher: London, Volume V, pp. 200-208, 286-291, 295, 299-301 and 517.

folder 6: Exhibit 739

Glover, James N., (Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1985); pp. 9-14, 17-25, 27, 30, and 35-41.

folder 7: Exhibit 740

Hailey, John, (Boise: Syms-York Co., Inc., 1910); pp. 308, 317, and 377-379.

folder 8: Exhibit 741

Hidy, Ralph W., Frank Ernest Hill, and Allan Nevins, (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1963); pp. 248-272.

folder 9: Exhibit 742

Hilton, George W. and John F. Due, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1960); pp. 386-391.

folder 10: Exhibit 743

Huntington to Johnson, March 21, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 11: Exhibit 744

Huntington to White, July 26, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 12: Exhibit 745

Huntington to White, September 9, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 13: Exhibit 746

Huntington to White, April 29, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder April 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 14: Exhibit 747

"Indian Affairs," , Vol. 7, May 24, 1873.

folder 15: Exhibit 748

"Indian Committee Addition," , Vol. 1, January 10, 1874, reported he was reappointed to the committee.

folder 16: Exhibit 749

Idaho. Legislature, (Boise, ID: Syms-York Co, 1909), Chap. 186, p. 388-390.

folder 17: Exhibit 750

Idaho. Legislature, (Boise, ID: Syms-York Co, 1911), p. 229-230, 334-336.

folder 18: Exhibit 751

Idaho, Supreme Court of Idaho, Washington Water Power Co. v. Waters et al., March 28, 1911. , v. 115, May 15-July 10, 1911 (St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1911), p. 682-87. (19 Idaho, 595).

folder 19: Exhibit 752

Idaho, Supreme Court of Idaho, Gaskill v. Washington Water Power Co., October 29, 1909. , v. 105, December 20, 1909-January 24, 1910 (St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1910), 51-55.

folder 20: Exhibit 753

Idaho, Supreme Court of Idaho, Callahan v. Price, 26 Idaho, 745-55.

folder 21: Exhibit 754

Idaho, Department of Public Works, (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1921), Part I, Heyburn Park.

folder 22: Exhibit 755

Idaho, , W. N. Stephens; pp. 28-29 and 60-63.

folder 23: Exhibit 756

Idaho, , Frank M. Kendall; pp. 48-53.

folder 24: Exhibit 757

Idaho, , J. B. Gowen; pp. 36-41.

folder 25: Exhibit 758

Idaho. Warranty Deed. Between R. K. Neill, et. al, and Washington Water Power Company. January 9, 1902. Deed Record Book 1, pp. 11-13. Kootenai County Courthouse; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 26: Exhibit 759

Idaho. Deed. Frederick Post to R. K. Neill. August 1, 1900. Deed Record Book U, pp. 164-165; Kootenai County Courthouse; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 27: Exhibit 760

Iowa. Supreme Court of Iowa. Houghton v. The C., D. & M. R. Co. (47 Iowa 370); December, 1877.

folder 28: Exhibit 761

Iowa. Supreme Court of Iowa. Kraut v. Crawford (18 Iowa 549); June, 1865.

folder 29: Exhibit 762

Jackson, Donald and Mary Lee Spence. , Volume 1. University of Illinois Press: Urbana, p. 10.

folder 30: Exhibit 763

Johnson to Huntington, March 14, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 31: Exhibit 764

Killoren, John J. . University of Oklahoma Press: Norman, 1994; pp. 227 and 249.

folder 32: Exhibit 765

Leiberg, John B., "General Report on a Botanical Survey of the Coeur d'Alene Mountains in Idaho During the Summer of 1895." , vol. V, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Botany (Washington: GPO, 1897-1901): 1-66.

folder 33: Exhibit 766

MacCalla, C. S. "The Post Falls Development of the Washington Water Power Company." v. 51 (May 23 & 30, 1908): p. 1095-98, and 1136-38.

folder 34: Exhibit 767

Madsen, Brigham D., (Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1958); pp. 148-155, 158-161, 172-175, 182-193, 196-197, and 335-337.

folder 35: Exhibit 768

McConnell, W. J., (Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1913); pp. 40-43.

folder 36: Exhibit 769

McKee, Ruth Karr. . The Caxton Printers, Ltd.; Caldwell, Idaho; 1945; pp. 256, plate opposite 256, 258, 263-264.

folder 37: Exhibit 770

McKelvey, Susan Delano, (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1991); [Reprint of the edition of 1955 published by Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.] pp. 386, 659-667, 770-791.

folder 38: Exhibit 771

Miller, W. Clayton, U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Frederick Post Claim. Field notes of the Survey of the Confirmed claim of Frederick Post, in Township 50 N. Range 5 West of the Boise Meridian," Vol. 108, pp. 83-108, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 39: Exhibit 772

Miller, W. Clayton, U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Field Notes of the Survey of the North Boundary of the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation of the Boise Meridian, Idaho." September 28, 1891; Vol. 108, pp. 648-684b and 688a-689a, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 40: Exhibit 773

Miller, W. Clayton, U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Field Notes of the Survey of the Subdivisional and Meanders of Township 48 North, Range 1 West of the Boise Meridian, Idaho." Vol. 108, pp. 794 and 832, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 41: Exhibit 774

Milner, Clyde A. II, Carol A. O'Connor, Martha A. Sandweiss, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1994); p. 436.

folder 42: Exhibit 775

Mock, L. Byrd, "The Lucerne of America," 57 (January 1911) 1-10. Also reprinted in 24 (Summer, 1980) 18-23.

folder 43: Exhibit 776

Mullan, John, . (Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1994); pp. 15-17, 28-31, 42-43, 49, 51, 54-57 and map.

folder 44: Exhibit 777

Nelson, Denys, "Yakima Days," , vol XIX, 1928. pp. 45-51; 117-33; 181-92.

folder 45: Exhibit 778

Nelson, Beatrice Ward, (Washington, D. C.: National Conference on State Parks, Inc., 1928); pp. 66-71, 314-317.

folder 46: Exhibit 779

Newell, Gordon, ed., (Seattle: Superior Publishing Company, 1966); pp. 92, 114, 147, 308-309, and 467.

folder 47: Exhibit 780

Olsen, Loran, "The Power of Song: Native Music in the Northwest," , vol. 39, no. 2 (Summer, 1995): 3-9.

folder 48: Exhibit 781

Osborn, John ed., "Valley of Death." , 6 (July/August 1994): 3, 25-63. Originally printed in Coeur d'Alene Press, 1929-1930.

folder 49: Exhibit 782

Pacheco, Thomas H. "Indian Bedlands Claims: A Need to Clear the Waters," , Vol. 15:1 (1991), pp. 11-14.

folder 50: Exhibit 783

Palmer, Gary B., "Indian Pioneers: Coeur d'Alene Mission Farming from 1842-1876," , Volume 22, Number 1 (Spring, 1981): 65-92.

folder 51: Exhibit 784

Palmer, Gary, "Index to Historic Map of Lake Coeur d'Alene," University of Nevada, Las Vegas, March 10, 1993; 12 pp.

folder 52: Exhibit 785

Parker, Samuel, (Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, 1967 [Originally published 1838]); pp. 228, 290-291, 299, 302 and map.

folder 53: Exhibit 786

Paurrault, Joseph. "Township No. 47 North, Range No. 3 West of the Boise Meridian," March 28, 1902; Map. Copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 54: Exhibit 787

Pennsylvania. Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Mills v. Buchanan (14 Penn. St. 59); September, 1850.

folder 55: Exhibit 788

Post, Frank T. and Samuel Herrick. "Brief on Rehearing of the Washington Water Power Company Permit." In re The Washington Water Power Company Permit. Filed November 16th, 1910). United States Department of the Interior, The Evening Post Job Printing Office, New York. Located at: Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C.; 37 pp.

folder 56: Exhibit 789

Post, Frank T., John P. Gray and Samuel Herrick. "Original Brief of the Washington Water Power Company." In re The Washington Water Power Company Permit. Filed May 11th, 1910). United States Department of the Interior, The Evening Post Job Printing Office, New York. Located at: Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C.; 209 pp.

folder 57: Exhibit 790

Rands, Harold A. "Township No. 47 North, Range No. 3 West of the Boise Meridian, Idaho, Retraced," Map dated March 28, 1902; Surveyor General of Idaho; copy from archives of the General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management; Boise, Idaho.

folder 58: Exhibit 791

Rands, Harold A., U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Field Notes of the Survey of....Meanders of, and location of with Exterior of Townsite of Harrison--T. 47 N. R. 4. W. of the Boise Meridian," Vol. 190, pp. 362-428, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho. Portions of this document are also found in Exhibit #141.

folder 59: Exhibit 792

Rands, Harold A., U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Field Notes of the Retracement of the Old North Boundary of the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation through Ranges Nos. 1,2, and 3 West of the Boise Meridian," Vol. 190, pp. 264-266 and 278-282, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho.

folder 60: Exhibit 793

Rands, Harold A., U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Field Notes of the New North Boundary of the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation through T. 47 N., Ranges 1, 2 and 3 West of the Boise Meridian," Vol. 190, pp. 307-361, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho. Portions of this exhibit were previously filed as part of Exhibit # 141.

folder 61: Exhibit 794

Rands, Harold A., U. S. Deputy Surveyor. "Field Notes of the East and West Boundaries of Township No. 47 North, Range No. 3 West-East Boundary of Township No. 47 North, Range No. 2 West of the Boise Meridian," Vol. 190, pp. 283-291 and 306, microfiche, copy from archives of General Land Office, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, Idaho. Portions of this exhibit were previously filed as part of Exhibit # 141.

folder 62: Exhibit 795

Renk, Nancy F., "Off to the Lakes: Vacationing in North Idaho During the Railroad Era, 1885-1915," , vol. 34, no. 2 (Summer, 1990): 2-15.

folder 63: Exhibit 796

Richards, Kent D., (Pullman: Washington State University Press, 1993). First published by the Brigham Young University Press, 1979; pp. 127, 140, 225-226 and 249.

folder 64: Exhibit 797

Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1989); p. 22.

folder 65: Exhibit 798

Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1970); p. 156.

folder 66: Exhibit 799

Schoolcraft, Henry, , Parts I and V. (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1853-56); Pt. I, p. 521; Pt. V, pp. 490-491.

folder 67: Exhibit 800

Schwantes, Carlos, ed., (Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press, 1994); pp. 135-136 and 150.

folder 68: Exhibit 801

Schwantes, Carlos A., (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1989)

folder 69: Exhibit 802

Shanks, John P. C., T. W. Bennett, and Henry W. Reed. "Extracts from Report of Commissioners," , Vol. 1, p. 4, May 16, 1874.

folder 70: Exhibit 803

Smalley, Eugene V., , n.p. [Microfilm, University of Washington], n.d [1884]; pp. 832-842.

folder 71: Exhibit 804

Smith, Robert Wayne, . (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1961), p. 42, 98, 106.

folder 72: Exhibit 805

Smits, David D. "The Frontier Army and the Destruction of the Buffalo: 1865-1883," , Volume XXV, Number 3 (Autumn, 1994), pp. 312-338.

folder 73: Exhibit 806

Sowder, Charles Jr., "Heyburn State Park: Idaho's Playground," (January 1938) 21-23.

folder 74: Exhibit 807

, "Frederick Post, Pioneer, is Dead," August 8, 1908, p. 1.

folder 75: Exhibit 808

Stevens, Hazard, , vols. I and II. (Boston: Houghton, Mufflin and Company, 1900); Vol. I, pp. 384-395; Vol. II, map and pp. 17-27, 61, 64-75, 90-91, 120-142, and 230-231.

folder 76: Exhibit 809

Thomas, John H. "Botanical explorations in Washington, Oregon, California and adjacent regions," , 3:11, 15 and 44; 1969.

folder 77: Exhibit 810

Thompson, David, "David Thompson's Journeys in Idaho," edited by T. C. Elliott, , vol. 11, no. 2 (April, 1920): 97-103; vol. 23 (1932): 18-24, 88-93, 173-76.

folder 78: Exhibit 811

, Visitors' Guide Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls (May, 1995): L16.

folder 79: Exhibit 812

Uhden, C. F., "System of Washington Water Power Company," v. 33, September 5, 1914, p. 5-7.

folder 80: Exhibit 813

United States, Congress, , Vol XLVIII, (Washington: GPO, 1912), p. 8038.

folder 81: Exhibit 814

United States, Circuit Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, "Lawyer v. Post et al." , vol. 109. July-October, 1901 (St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1901): 512-15.

folder 82: Exhibit 815

United States, Congress (Statutes), , vol. XXXI (Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1901), p. 790-791. (31 Stat., 790.)

folder 83: Exhibit 816

United States, Congress (Statutes), "An Act to Establish the Territorial Government of Oregon," Aug. 14, 1848, (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1854), pp. 323-331.

folder 84: Exhibit 817

United States. Supreme Court. "Railroad Company v. Schurmeir." (7 Wall. 272); December, 1868.

folder 85: Exhibit 818

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 1; pp. 27, 32-33, 50, 55, 71-73, 201, 204-208, 213, 233, 241, 257-258, 275, 288-289, and 335-354.

folder 86: Exhibit 819

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 2; pp. 432, 438, 463-464, 515-519, 571, 595, 613-615, 628, 639-641, 6673, 729-730, 734, 803, and 811-821.

folder 87: Exhibit 820

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 3; pp. 957-962, 973-975, 991, 995-997, 1006-1010, 1053-1057, 1064-1065, 1092, 1247, 1250, 1261, 1270, 1297-1298, 1368-1369, 1375-1377, 1384, 1387-1389, 1399, 1419, and 1429.

folder 88: Exhibit 821

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Washington Water Power Company Records. Permit Hearing, 1910; Eastern Washington University Archives. Volume 4; pp. 1442-1445, 1452-1457, 1488, 1496-1503, 1506, 1508-1511, 1516, 1527, 1539, 1576-1578, 1599-1605, 1608-1609, 1616-1617, 1627-1628, 1631, 1637-1638, 1641-1650, 1656-1660, 1669, 1690-1691, 1700-1701, 1708-1711, 1723, 1731-1736, 1749-1751, 1757-1758, 1760-1762, 1767-1768, 1775-1776, 1784-1787, 1801, 1811-1814, 1819, 1831-1834, 1837, and 1841-1842.

folder 89: Exhibit 822

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Washington Water Power Company Records. Permit Hearing, 1910; Eastern Washington University Archives. Volume 5; pp. 1852-1864, 1900, 1914-1922, 1933-1936, 1941-1944, 1951, 1980-1982, 1998-1999, 2040-2041, 2067-2068, 2080-2083, 2107-2108, 2113, 2125-2129, 2172, 2187-2188, 2212-2215, 2221-2223, 2241, and 2254-2257.

folder 90: Exhibit 823

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Washington Water Power Company Records. Permit Hearing, 1910; Eastern Washington University Archives. Volume 6; pp. 2282-2285, 2290-2294, 2377-2378, 2387-2388, 2448, 2495-2496, 2534, 2564, 2583, 2636, 2638, and 2650.

folder 91: Exhibit 824

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 7; pp. 2788, 2799-2800, 2811-2812, 2819-2822, 2868-2871, 2897, 2962, 2970, 3020-3021, 3125, 3131-3132, 3252, 3276-3277, 3282-3297.

folder 92: Exhibit 825

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Washington Water Power Company Records. Permit Hearing, 1910; Eastern Washington University Archives. Volume 10; 4428-4433, 4441-4442, 4446-4447, 4455, 4457-4459, 4464-4466, 4507-4512, 4516-4519, 4539-4541, 4554-4555, 4558-4564, 4605, 4629-4637, 4648-4649, 4667-4668, 4680-4682, 4694-4695, 4701, 4706-4707, 4712-4713, 4722-4723, 4753, 4757-4764, 4769-4770, 4779-4782, 4810, 4821, 4824-4825, 4843-4846, 4859, 4869-4871, 4914-4916, 4927, 4942-4943, and 4957-4967.

folder 93: Exhibit 826

United States. Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 11; pp. 5031-5034, 5038-5040, 5044, 5051, 5057-5061, 5072-5073, 5076-5077, 5096, 5116, 5118-5124, 5142-5143, 5152-5155, 5192-5193, 5209-5211, 5216--5120, 5221-5226, 5241-5242, 5243-5248, 5254, 5318, 5325-5328, 5368-5369, 5885-5386, 5391-5392, and 5399.

folder 94: Exhibit 827

United States. Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 12; pp. 5466-5467, 5496-5498, 5521-5526, 5528-5529, 5554-5555, 5567, 5573-5574, 5641-5642, 5644-5648, and 5701-5705.

folder 95: Exhibit 828

United States. Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 13; pp. 5864-5872, 5880-5881, 5890, 5905-5906, 5916-5917, 5932-5933, 5961-5965, 5969-5978, 6032-6036, 6041, 6117-6122, 6132-6134, 6148, 6160, 6174, 6207, 6236-6240, 6252-6254, 6307, and 6378-6381.

folder 96: Exhibit 829

United States. Department of the Interior Against the Washington Water Power Company, 1909-10. Record Group 49, Records of the Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office, Unidentified Divisions, Entry 1028, Boxes 1-7. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Volume 14; pp. 6426-6427, 6446, 6455-6458, 6485, 6508, 6515, 6570-6571, 6626-6630, 6671, and 6946.

folder 97: Exhibit 830

United States. Department of the Interior. Records Relating to Legal Action Taken by the Washington Water Power Company Records. Permit Hearing, 1910; Eastern Washington University Archives. Volume 18; pp. 8323, 8346, 8353, 8377-8379, 8491, 8570, 8596-8597, 8742-8743, 8747, and index.

folder 98: Exhibit 831

United States. Department of the Interior. "Motion for Rehearing In re Departmental Decision." April 22, 1912, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 37, Folder April 1912, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 99: Exhibit 832

United States. Department of the Interior. General Land Office. . Government Printing Office: Washington, D. C.; 1902, p. 6.

folder 100: Exhibit 833

United States. Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation. . (Boise, ID, 1956); pp. i, 8-9, 20-21, and 31.

folder 101: Exhibit 834

United States. Department of the Interior. Bureau of Land Management. . Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1947; pp. 3-6, 230-236 and 363-364.

folder 102: Exhibit 835

United States. Congress. The 1953 Submerged Lands Act (67 Stat. 29).

folder 103: Exhibit 836

United States. Circuit Court of Idaho. "Spokane Mill Co. v. Post et. al." , Volume 50 (May-August, 1892. West Publishing Co.: St. Paul, 1892, pp. 429-433.

folder 104: Exhibit 837

United States, Congress (Statutes), Act of April 30, 1908, Sixtieth Congress, Session I., Ch. 153, 1908. vol. XXXV, Part I. p. 78-79.

folder 105: Exhibit 838

United States. General Land Office. Patent. United States of America to Frederick Post. September 22, 1894. Deed Record Book L, p. 623, Kootenai County Courthouse; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 106: Exhibit 839

Walker, Deward E., Jr., "Coeur d'Alene," in Mary B. Davis, (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1994), p. 122-23.

folder 107: Exhibit 840

Wardner, Jim, (New York: Anglo-American Publishing Co, 1900); pp. 50-66, 72-73 an 80-82.

folder 108: Exhibit 841

Washington Water Power Company, "Hydroelectric Projects of the Washington Water Power Company" (WWPC, 1994); 16 pp.

folder 109: Exhibit 842

Wheat, Carl I., , 1540-1861, 5 vols. (San Francisco: The Institute of Historical Cartography, 1957-63). Reprinted by Maurizio Martino Publisher, Storrs-Mansfield, Connecticut; Vol. 2, pp. 40-43, 81-82, 99-111, 149, 155-161, 165-167, 177, 185, 188-189, 205-206, 208, 210, 216-217, 220-221, 224, 240-242, 245-246, 248-249, 251, 256, 261-262, 269 and associated maps; Vol. 3, pp. 35, 39, 41, 44-45, 55-56, 90, 110, 112, 129-130, 162, 251, 253-254, 256, 258-259, 265, 291, 299, 305-306, 325 and associated maps; Vol. 4, pp. 8-13, 35, 37-38, 41, 68, 71-72, 82, 144, 199, 210-211, 239 and associated maps; Vol. 5, Part I, pp. 47-50, 62, 85-98, 105, 118-121, 137, 139, 152, 168, 205-208, 213, 219-222 and associated maps; Vol. 5, Part II, pp. 224, 276-277, 334, 389, 397, 399-401, 413, 440 and associated maps.

carton 289: Exhibits #843-#1084
folder 1: Exhibit 843

White to Huntington, April 28, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder April 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 2: Exhibit 844

Winser, Henry J., (St. Paul: Northern News Co., 1888); p. 322.

folder 3: Exhibit 845

Woodworth-Ney, Laura, "The Conquest of Coeur d'Alene Waterways: Severalty and the Coeur d'Alene Indian Tribe, 1889-1933." Paper read at the Pacific Northwest History Conference; March 24, 1995; Richland, Washington; 15 pp.

folder 4: Exhibit 846

Woody, Frank H., "From Missoula to Walla Walla in 1857 on Horseback," , Vol 3, No. 4 (October, 1912): 277-86.

folder 5: Exhibit 847

Wright, E. W., ed., (New York: Antiquarian Press, Ltd., 1961); pp. 309, 325, and 398-399.

folder 6: Exhibit 848

, August 13, 1906.

folder 7: Exhibit 849

, August 14, 1906.

folder 8: Exhibit 850

, October 8, 1906.

folder 9: Exhibit 851

, November 1, 1906.

folder 10: Exhibit 852

, November 17, 1906.

folder 11: Exhibit 853

, January 26, 1907.

folder 12: Exhibit 854

, April 6, 1907.

folder 13: Exhibit 855

, August 6, 1907.

folder 14: Exhibit 856

, August 9, 1907.

folder 15: Exhibit 857

, August 29, 1907.

folder 16: Exhibit 858

, October 12, 1907

folder 17: Exhibit 859

, December 19, 1907.

folder 18: Exhibit 860

, January 8, 1908.

folder 19: Exhibit 861

, January 27, 1908.

folder 20: Exhibit 862

, February 8, 1908.

folder 21: Exhibit 863

, April 4, 1908.

folder 22: Exhibit 864

, April 6, 1908.

folder 23: Exhibit 865

, March 16, 1872, p. 2, "A Crying Evil."

folder 24: Exhibit 866

, April 6, 1872, p. 2, "Jurisdiction upon the Nez Perce Reserve."

folder 25: Exhibit 867

, May 25, 1872, p. 2, "A New Reservation."

folder 26: Exhibit 868

, May 25, 1872, p. 2, "Information for Settlers."

folder 27: Exhibit 869

, June 22, 1872, p. 2, "Indians Troubling Whites."

folder 28: Exhibit 870

, June 29, 1872, p. 2, "Letter from Spokan Bridge."

folder 29: Exhibit 871

, August 3, 1872, p. 2, "A New Indian Reservation."

folder 30: Exhibit 872

, September 21, 1872, p. 2, "Over the Route."

folder 31: Exhibit 873

, September 21, 1872, p. 2, "Col. Sanford's Exploring Trip."

folder 32: Exhibit 874

, September 28, 1872, p. 2, "Petition for Mail Service."

folder 33: Exhibit 875

, February 8, 1873, "Indian Warfare."

folder 34: Exhibit 876

, March 1, 1873, "Our Indians Again."

folder 35: Exhibit 877

, May 3, 1873, "Indian Condition and Policy."

folder 36: Exhibit 878

, Lewiston, Idaho, May 17, 1873, p. 2, letter, Father Cataldo.

folder 37: Exhibit 879

, May 24, 1873, p. 3, "Feeling Among the Indians."

folder 38: Exhibit 880

, June 28, 1873, p. 3, letter, Andrew Seltice.

folder 39: Exhibit 881

, August 2, 1873, p. 3, "Local Intelligence."

folder 40: Exhibit 882

, September 13, 1873, p. 2, "The Coeur d'Alene Reserve."

folder 41: Exhibit 883

, October 4, 1873, "The Coeur d'Alene Reserve."

folder 42: Exhibit 884

, November 8, 1873, p. 2, "Shanks on Indians."

folder 43: Exhibit 885

, November 29, 1873, p. 2, "The Indian Muddle."

folder 44: Exhibit 886

, November 29, 1873, p. 3, "Lapwai Letter."

folder 45: Exhibit 887

, November 29, 1873, p. 4, "Gen. Shanks on Indians."

folder 46: Exhibit 888

, February 7, 1874, p. 1, "A New Reservation."

folder 47: Exhibit 889

, February 14, 1874, p. 2, "That Reservation Bill."

folder 48: Exhibit 890

, February 21, 1874, p. 2, "Coming to Reason."

folder 49: Exhibit 891

, March 21, 1874, p. 2, "Letter from Walla Walla" and "Shanks' Scheme Defeated."

folder 50: Exhibit 892

, June 27, 1874, p. 1, "Shanks, Without a Pair."

folder 51: Exhibit 893

, January 6, 1872, "From the North."

folder 52: Exhibit 894

, May 23, 1872, p. 3.

folder 53: Exhibit 895

, July 4, 1872, p. 2.

folder 54: Exhibit 896

, August 15, 1872, "Department of Interior."

folder 55: Exhibit 897

, August 20, 1872, "Communication from the Governor."

folder 56: Exhibit 898

, January 14, 1873, p. 1.

folder 57: Exhibit 899

, January 14, 1873, p. 2.

folder 58: Exhibit 900

, February 13, 1873, p. 2, "Indian Inspectors."

folder 59: Exhibit 901

, March 25, 1873, p. 3, "From Washington."

folder 60: Exhibit 902

, April 22, 1873, p. 2.

folder 61: Exhibit 903

, April 26, 1873. p. 2, "Indian Matters in Idaho."

folder 62: Exhibit 904

, May 3, 1873, p. 2, "Petition."

folder 63: Exhibit 905

, July 1, 1873, p. 3.

folder 64: Exhibit 906

, October 23, 1873, p. 3, "Oneida County."

folder 65: Exhibit 907

, October 25, 1873, p. 2, "Indians."

folder 66: Exhibit 908

, November 22, 1873, p. 2, "Fort Hall Treaty a Success."

folder 67: Exhibit 909

, November 29, 1873, p. 2, "Indian Agent J. B. Monteith."

folder 68: Exhibit 910

, April 13, 1906.

folder 69: Exhibit 911

, December 7, 1906.

folder 70: Exhibit 912

, February 1, 1907.

folder 71: Exhibit 913

, April 26, 1907.

folder 72: Exhibit 914

, May 10, 1907.

folder 73: Exhibit 915

, May 24, 1907.

folder 74: Exhibit 916

, August 9, 1907.

folder 75: Exhibit 917

, February 28, 1908.

folder 76: Exhibit 918

, March 20, 1908.

folder 77: Exhibit 919

, May 29, 1908.

folder 78: Exhibit 920

, August 21, 1908.

folder 79: Exhibit 921

, December 25, 1908.

folder 80: Exhibit 922

, March 12, 1909.

folder 81: Exhibit 923

, March 19, 1909.

folder 82: Exhibit 924

, April 8, 1910.

folder 83: Exhibit 925

, April 22, 1910.

folder 84: Exhibit 926

, April 29, 1910.

folder 85: Exhibit 927

, May 6, 1910.

folder 86: Exhibit 928

, May 13, 1910.

folder 87: Exhibit 929

, July 8 1910.

folder 88: Exhibit 930

, August 5, 1910.

folder 89: Exhibit 931

, October 21, 1910.

folder 90: Exhibit 932

, December 23, 1910.

folder 91: Exhibit 933

, January 13, 1911.

folder 92: Exhibit 934

, February 10, 1911.

folder 93: Exhibit 935

, February 24, 1911.

folder 94: Exhibit 936

, March 31, 1911.

folder 95: Exhibit 937

, June 2, 1911.

folder 96: Exhibit 938

, June 30, 1911.

folder 97: Exhibit 939

, July 21, 1911.

folder 98: Exhibit 940

, August 4, 1911.

folder 99: Exhibit 941

, December 15, 1911.

folder 100: Exhibit 942

, January 5, 1912.

folder 101: Exhibit 943

, June 21, 1912.

folder 102: Exhibit 944

, June 6, 1913.

folder 103: Exhibit 945

, April 22, 1903.

folder 104: Exhibit 946

, December 6, 1903.

folder 105: Exhibit 947

, March 5, 1904

folder 106: Exhibit 948

, April 29, 1904.

folder 107: Exhibit 949

, September 7, 1904.

folder 108: Exhibit 950

, January 18, 1905.

folder 109: Exhibit 951

, October 1, 1905.

folder 110: Exhibit 952

, January 18, 1910.

folder 111: Exhibit 953

, December 12, 1911.

folder 112: Exhibit 954

, June 22, 1872, p. 2, "The New Indian Reserve."

folder 113: Exhibit 955

, June 22, 1872, p. 2, "The Colville Reservation."

folder 114: Exhibit 956

, July 13, 1872, p. 2, "The New Reserve" and "The Colville Reservation."

folder 115: Exhibit 957

, July 27, 1872, p. 2, "A New Indian Reserve."

folder 116: Exhibit 958

, August 3, 1872, p. 2, "Indian Matters."

folder 117: Exhibit 959

, March 1, 1873, p. 2, "Indian Movements."

folder 118: Exhibit 960

, May 10, 1873, "Indian Matters."

folder 119: Exhibit 961

, May 17, 1873, p. 2, "Indians All Peaceable."

folder 120: Exhibit 962

, July 18, 1873, p. 2, "Indian Affairs."

folder 121: Exhibit 963

, September 20, 1873, p. 2, "The Coeur d'Alene Reserve."

folder 122: Exhibit 964

, October 11, 1873, "Gov. Bennett Explains."

folder 123: Exhibit 965

, January 24, 1874, p. 2, "A New Reservation."

folder 124: Exhibit 966

, January 31, 1874, p. 2, "That New Reservation."

folder 125: Exhibit 967

Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs to George S. McLaren, May 5, 1908, RG. 75, 90805/07, National Archives.

folder 126: Exhibit 968

Anon. to C. F. Adams, November 9, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives, Pullman, Washington.

folder 127: Exhibit 969

Assistant Secretary of the General Land Office to Secretary of the Interior, June 15, 1911, Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Central Classified Files, Record Group 48, General Land Office, Indian Reservations, Coeur d'Alene, File No. 2-9, Box 608, April 11, 1907-Mar. 5, 1912, National Archives.

folder 128: Exhibit 970

Benham to Huntington , March 7, 1902, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1902, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 129: Exhibit 971

Bleecker to Herrick, February 24, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 130: Exhibit 972

Bleecker to Herrick, March 18, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 131: Exhibit 973

Bleecker to Herrick, April 2, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 132: Exhibit 974

Bleecker to Knight, September 7, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 133: Exhibit 975

Complaint, D. E. Hall v. WWPC, October 18, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 134: Exhibit 976

Complaint in the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, Kootenai County v. Washington Water Power Company, January 27, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 135: Exhibit 977

Crane, A. A., Statement of The Washington Water Power Company, 1908, Record Group 75, File 90805/07, National Archives.

folder 136: Exhibit 978

Crauston (?) to Huntington, December 7, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 137: Exhibit 979

Deed, Quit Claim Deed, Frederick Post to R. K. Neill, August 1, 1900, recorded in Book U of Deeds, p. 166-67, Kootenai County Recorders Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 138: Exhibit 980

Deed, Frederick Post to R. K. Neill, August 1, 1900, recorded in Book U of Deeds, p. 168-69, Kootenai County Recorders Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 139: Exhibit 981

Deed, Quit Claim Deed, Frederick Post and wife to R. K. Neill, January 18, 1902, recorded in Book 1 of Deeds, p. 9-10, Kootenai County Recorders Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 140: Exhibit 982

Deed, Indenture, Idaho Lumber and Manufacturing Company to Washington Water Power Company, December 17, 1904, Deed Record Book 9, p. 460-63, Kootenai County Recorders Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 141: Exhibit 983

Deed, Indenture, Alice L. Martin and A. M. Martin to Washington Water Power Company, December 17, 1904, Deed Record Book 9, p. 464-65, Kootenai County Recorders Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 142: Exhibit 984

Deed, Heyburn State Park, Patent No. 213295, June 29, 1911, Bureau of Land Management Archives, Boise, Idaho.

folder 143: Exhibit 985

Dietrich, Frank S., Instructions to Referees, WWPC v. Charles Waters, et al. and WWPC v. John L. Ferguson, et al., Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder August 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 144: Exhibit 986

Doty, Elmer vs. Washington Water Power Company, Affidavit of H. L. Bleecker, p. 3-5. Case #2213, in the District Court of the First Judicial District in and for the County of Kootenai, State of Idaho. Film #33, meter 141, Kootenai County Court Records, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

folder 145: Exhibit 987

Fisher to Director of the Geological Survey, April 20, 1911, Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Central Classified Files, Record Group 48, General Land Office, Indian Reservations, Coeur d'Alene, File No. 2-9, Box 608, April 11, 1907-Mar. 5, 1912, National Archives.

folder 146: Exhibit 988

Gaskill v. WWPC, Brief of Appellant, filed August 16, 1909, p. 9-18, 23-24, 34. Appellant No. 1564, Box 47, folder 71, Supreme Court of the State of Idaho, Boise, Idaho.

folder 147: Exhibit 989

Gaskill v. WWPC, Petition for Rehearing, filed November 17, 1909, p. 4. Appellant No. 1564, Box 47, folder 71, Supreme Court of the State of Idaho, Boise, Idaho.

folder 148: Exhibit 990

Hauke to Secretary of the Interior, Oct. 10, 1912, Record Group 75, File 90805/07, National Archives.

folder 149: Exhibit 991

Hawley to Heyburn, May 15, 1912, Hawley papers, Governors' files, Box 5, Folder 39, Idaho State Archives, Boise, Idaho.

folder 150: Exhibit 992

Herrick to Bleecker, March 23, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 151: Exhibit 993

Herrick to Bleecker, April 9, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 152: Exhibit 994

Herrick to Bleecker, August 2, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 153: Exhibit 995

Heyburn to Hawley, May 20, 1912, Hawley papers, Governors' files, Box 5, Folder 39, Idaho State Archives, Boise, Idaho.

folder 154: Exhibit 996

Huntington to Anderson, March 17, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 21, Folder A, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 155: Exhibit 997

Huntington to Anderson, March 27, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 21, Folder A, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 156: Exhibit 998

Huntington to Crane, October 4, 1907, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 157: Exhibit 999

Huntington to Darlington, September 9, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 21, Folder D, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 158: Exhibit 1000

Huntington to Gray & Knight, May 3, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 159: Exhibit 1001

Huntington to Neil, January 7, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1903, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 160: Exhibit 1002

Huntington to Penrose, February 14, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 161: Exhibit 1003

Huntington to Perks, May 4, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1909, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 162: Exhibit 1004

Huntington to Receiver, U. S. Land Office, October 14, 1902, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1902, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 163: Exhibit 1005

Huntington to Richards, September 19, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 164: Exhibit 1006

Huntington to Thorndike, August 17, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder August, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 165: Exhibit 1007

Huntington to White, April 10, 1908, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1908, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 166: Exhibit 1008

Huntington to White, February 15, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder February, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 167: Exhibit 1009

Huntington to White, February 24, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder February, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 168: Exhibit 1010

Huntington to White, April 8, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder April, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 169: Exhibit 1011

Huntington to White, April 29, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder April, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 170: Exhibit 1012

Huntington to White, May 15, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder May, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 171: Exhibit 1013

Huntington to White, February 12, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder January-March, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 172: Exhibit 1014

Huntington to White, March 26, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 173: Exhibit 1015

Huntington to White, August 1, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 174: Exhibit 1016

Huntington to White, August 2, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 175: Exhibit 1017

Huntington to White, August 3, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 176: Exhibit 1018

Huntington to White, August 5, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 177: Exhibit 1019

Huntington to White, September 2, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 178: Exhibit 1020

Huntington to White, telegram, September 15, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder July-September, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 179: Exhibit 1021

Huntington to White, March 17, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder March 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 180: Exhibit 1022

Huntington to White, April 3, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder April 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 181: Exhibit 1023

Huntington to White, June 23, 1911, (with copy of Seltice statement),Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder June 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 182: Exhibit 1024

Huntington to White, July 11, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder July 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 183: Exhibit 1025

Huntington to White, August 7, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder August 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 184: Exhibit 1026

Huntington to White, August 9, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder August 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 185: Exhibit 1027

Huntington to White, August 10, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder August 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 186: Exhibit 1028

Huntington to White, December 11, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 37, Folder December 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 187: Exhibit 1029

Huntington to White, May 13, 1912, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 37, Folder May 1912, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 188: Exhibit 1030

Huntington to White, March 12, 1913, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 38, Folder March 1913, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 189: Exhibit 1031

Jones, A. A. to Senator Henry L. Myers, February 12, 1914, Record Group 75, Coeur d'Alene 313-1907, 90805, File No. 90805/07, National Archives, Washington, D.C.

folder 190: Exhibit 1032

Knight to Bleecker, April 5, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 191: Exhibit 1033

Knight to Bleecker, November 14, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 192: Exhibit 1034

Knight to Bleecker, November 18, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 193: Exhibit 1035

Knight to MacCalla, March 22, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 194: Exhibit 1036

Knight to Shaw, March 28, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 195: Exhibit 1037

Knight to Shaw, May 13, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 196: Exhibit 1038

Knight to WWPC, January 18, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 197: Exhibit 1039

Knight to WWPC, September 3, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 198: Exhibit 1040

Knight to WWPC, September 9, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 199: Exhibit 1041

Lane to Borah, May 26, 1913, Washington Water Power Company Records, SPC 972-0006, Box 13, Folder 5; Eastern Washington University Archives, Cheney, WA.

folder 200: Exhibit 1042

"List of Officers having served since date of Incorporation to October 31, 1939," Washington Water Power Company Records, SPC 972-0006, Box 17, Folder 15; Eastern Washington University Archives, Cheney, WA.

folder 201: Exhibit 1043

Neill to Richards, February 13, 1902, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1902, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 202: Exhibit 1044

Office of Indian Affairs, Memorandum in re flooding of certain lands in Coeur d'Alene Reservation, Idaho, by the Washington Water Power Company, undated, RG. 75, 90805/07, National Archives.

folder 203: Exhibit 1045

Post to Bleecker, March 7, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder March 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 204: Exhibit 1046

Post to White, November 28, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 37, Folder November 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 205: Exhibit 1047

Rankin to Bleecker, January 9, 1913, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 14, Folder 1913, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 206: Exhibit 1048

Richards to Huntington, September 21, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 207: Exhibit 1049

Richards to Secretary of the Interior, August 27, 1902, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1902, Washington State University Archives, Pullman, Washington.

folder 208: Exhibit 1050

Richards to White, August 18, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 209: Exhibit 1051

Richards to White, August 21, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 210: Exhibit 1052

Richards (?) to White, August 23, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 211: Exhibit 1053

Richards to White, January 28, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 212: Exhibit 1054

Richards to White, May 21, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 213: Exhibit 1055

Richards to White, February 6, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1903, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 214: Exhibit 1056

Richards to White, March 18, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1903, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 215: Exhibit 1057

Richards to White, March 30, 1903, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1903, Washington State University Archives, Pullman, Washington.

folder 216: Exhibit 1058

Richards to White, July 28, 1904, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 31, Folder 1905 [sic], Washington State University Archives, Pullman, Washington.

folder 217: Exhibit 1059

Richards to White, October 12, 1904, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 31, Folder 1905 [sic], Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 218: Exhibit 1060

Richards to White, October 24, 1904, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 31, Folder 1905 [sic], Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 219: Exhibit 1061

Richards to White, September 12, 1906, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 31, Folder 1906, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 220: Exhibit 1062

Richards to White, September 6, 1907, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 221: Exhibit 1063

Richards to White, telegram, November 21, 1907, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 222: Exhibit 1064

Richards to White, December 17, 1906 [1907], Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 223: Exhibit 1065

Richards to White, December 28, 1907, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 224: Exhibit 1066

Richards to White, January 6, 1908, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1908, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 225: Exhibit 1067

Richards to White, February 8, 1908, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1908, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 226: Exhibit 1068

Richards to White, June 28, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder June, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 227: Exhibit 1069

Richards to White, August 11, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder August, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 228: Exhibit 1070

Richards to White, August 18, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder August, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 229: Exhibit 1071

Richards to White, December 1, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder December, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 230: Exhibit 1072

Richards to White, December 3, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder December, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 231: Exhibit 1073

Richards to White, December 4, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder December, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 232: Exhibit 1074

Richards to White, December 15, 1909, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 34, Folder December, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 233: Exhibit 1075

Richards to White, March 29, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder March 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 234: Exhibit 1076

Richards to White, May 26, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder May 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 235: Exhibit 1077

Secretary to James S. Sherman, April 27, 1908, Record Group 75, File 90805/07, National Archives.

folder 236: Exhibit 1078

Smith to Secretary of Interior, May 1, 1911, Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Central Classified Files, Record Group 48, General Land Office, Indian Reservations, Coeur d'Alene, File No. 2-9, Box 608, April 11, 1907-Mar. 5, 1912, National Archives.

folder 237: Exhibit 1079

Taggart to Huntington, May 23, 1904, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1904, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 238: Exhibit 1080

Towles to Shaw, October 27, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 13, Folder 1910, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 239: Exhibit 1081

Valentine to Director of Geological Survey, May 5, 1911, Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Central Classified Files, Record Group 48, General Land Office, Indian Reservations, Coeur d'Alene, File No. 2-9, Box 608, April 11, 1907-Mar. 5, 1912, National Archives.

folder 240: Exhibit 1082

Valentine to Secretary, January 29, 1909, General Land Office, Indian Reservations, Coeur d'Alene, RG 48, File 2-9, Box 608, April 11, 1907-Mar. 5, 1912, National Archives.

folder 241: Exhibit 1083

W.W.P.Co.-A-2, "Property," n.d., Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 1, Folder 20, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 242: Exhibit 1084

Washington Water Power Company v. Waters et al, No. 1696, Brief of Appellant, filed July 9, 1910, p. 5-7; Box 53, folder 79, Idaho Supreme Court Records, Boise, ID.

carton 290: Exhibits #1085-#1218
folder 1: Exhibit 1085

Washington Water Power Company v. Waters et al, No. 1696, Bleecker, H. L. Affidavit; Transcript on Appeal, pp. 272-280. Box 53, folder 79, Idaho Supreme Court Records, Boise, ID.

folder 2: Exhibit 1086

Washington Water Power Company v. Waters et al, No. 1696, MacCalla, C. S. Testimony; Transcript on Appeal filed June 15, 1910, p. 201-8; Box 53, folder 79, Idaho Supreme Court Records, Boise, ID.

folder 3: Exhibit 1087

Washington Water Power Company, "Reclassification of Electric Plant, Statements 'A' to 'I', Inclusive," p. 30-32, 38-40, 143, prepared for the Federal Power Commission, 1939, Washington Water Power Company Records, SPC 972-0006, microfilm; Eastern Washington University Archives, Cheney, WA.

folder 4: Exhibit 1088

Weeks to Huntington, n.d., Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1906, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 5: Exhibit 1089

Weeks to Huntington, December 15, 1906, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 12, Folder 1906, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 6: Exhibit 1090

Wells to First Assistant Secretary, May 8, 1911, Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Central Classified Files, Record Group 48, General Land Office, Indian Reservations, Coeur d'Alene, File No. 2-9, Box 608, April 11, 1907-Mar. 5, 1912, National Archives.

folder 7: Exhibit 1091

White to Huntington, March 21, 1910, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 35, Folder January-March, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 8: Exhibit 1092

White to Huntington, April 5, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder April 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 9: Exhibit 1093

White to Huntington, June 17, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder June 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 10: Exhibit 1094

White to Huntington, June 27, 1911, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 36, Folder June 1911, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 11: Exhibit 1095

White to Richards, May 8, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 12: Exhibit 1096

White to Richards, May 21, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 13: Exhibit 1097

White to Richards, May 23, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 14: Exhibit 1098

White to Richards, August 23, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 15: Exhibit 1099

White to Richards, November 9, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 16: Exhibit 1100

White to Richards, December 11, 1900, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1900, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 17: Exhibit 1101

White to Richards, January 24, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 18: Exhibit 1102

White to Richards, February 5, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 19: Exhibit 1103

White to Richards, April 11, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 20: Exhibit 1104

White to Richards, August 29, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 21: Exhibit 1105

White to Richards, September 21, 1901, Washington Water Power Compnay Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives, Pullman, Washington.

folder 22: Exhibit 1106

White to Richards, November 7, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 23: Exhibit 1107

White to Richards, November 14, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 24: Exhibit 1108

White to Richards, December 2, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 25: Exhibit 1109

White to Richards, December 5, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 26: Exhibit 1110

White to Richards, December 28, 1901, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 11, Folder 1901, Washington State University Archives, Pullman, Washington.

folder 27: Exhibit 1111

White to Richards, August 8, 1906, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 31, Folder 1906, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 28: Exhibit 1112

White to Richards, November 28, 1906, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 31, Folder 1906, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 29: Exhibit 1113

White to Richards, December 20, 1907, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 30: Exhibit 1114

White to Richards, December 31, 1907, Washington Water Power Company Records, Box 32, Folder 1907, Washington State University Archives; Pullman, Washington.

folder 31: Exhibit 1115

Worley and Sams to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, April 4, 1908, Record Group 75, Coeur d'Alene 313-1907, 90805, File No. 90805/07, National Archives, Washington, D.C.

folder 32: Exhibit 1116

Borah to Secretary of the Interior, March 19, 1913,Washington Water Power Company Records, SPC 972-0006, Box 13, Folder 5; Eastern Washington University Archives, Cheney, WA.

folder 33: Exhibit 1117

Rankin to Huntington, April 3, 1913, Washington Water Power Company Records, SPC 972-0006, Box 13, Folder 5; Eastern Washington University Archives, Cheney, WA.

folder 34: Exhibit 1118

Rankin to Huntington, June 6, 1913, Washington Water Power Company Records, SPC 972-0006, Box 13, Folder 5; Eastern Washington University Archives, Cheney, WA.

folder 35: Exhibit 1119

Anon. . Spokane, Washington: Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903, pp. 756-759, 971-975

folder 36: Exhibit 1120

Boag, Peter G. . Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 3, 10, 12-17.

folder 37: Exhibit 1121

Brookings Institution, Institute for Government Research. . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1928.

folder 38: Exhibit 1122

Buckley, Cornelius M. . Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1989.

folder 39: Exhibit 1123

Chance, David H. "Influences of the Hudson's Bay Company on the Native Cultures of the Colvile [sic?] District," , 7 (1973): pp. 42-43, 69-70, 106-109.

folder 40: Exhibit 1124

Clark, Ella E. . Berkeley: University of California Press, 1953, pp. 74-75.

folder 41: Exhibit 1125

Cronon, William. . New York: Hill & Wang, 1983.

folder 42: Exhibit 1126

Davies, John (ed.). . Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1980, pp. 64-65, 82.

folder 43: Exhibit 1127

Hart, E. Richard. "Karl A. Geyer at Coeur d'Alene, 1843-1844," HWA, October 25, 1995.

folder 44: Exhibit 1128

Deutsch, Herman J. "Indian and White in the Inland Empire: The Contest for the Land, 1880-1912," , 47 (1956): pp. 44-51.

folder 45: Exhibit 1129

[Diomedi, Alexander]. "Mission Sacratissimi Cordis Jesu Among the Coeur d'Alene," (Sacred Heart Mission Papers, Mss. IV, Oregon Province Archives, Crosby Library, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington [hereafter SHMP]), pp. 1-2, 4-5.

folder 46: Exhibit 1130

Driver, Harold E. and William C. Massey. "Comparative Studies of North American Indians," , n.s. 47 (1957): 284-287.

folder 47: Exhibit 1131

Dunn, J. P., Jr. . New York: Harpers, 1886, p. 305.

folder 48: Exhibit 1132

Ewan, Joseph. . Denver: University of Denver Press, 1950, pp. 214-215.

folder 49: Exhibit 1133

Franchere, Gabriel. . ed. by W. Kaye Lamb, Publications of the Champlain Society, Vol. 45. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1969, p. 150.

folder 50: Exhibit 1134

Gray, William H. "The Unpublished Journal of William H. Gray from December, 1836 to October, 1837," , 15 (1913): pp. 15, 77.

folder 51: Exhibit 1135

Gunther, Erna. "The Westward Movement of Some Plains Traits," , N.S. 52 (1950): 176-177.

folder 52: Exhibit 1136

Haines, Francis. "The Northward Spread of Horses among the Plains Indians," , n. s. 40 (1938): 430, 435-436.

folder 53: Exhibit 1137

Hunn, Eugene S. "Mobility as a Factor Limiting Resource Use in the Columbia Plateau of North America," in Nancy M. Williams and Eugene S. Hunn, eds., Resource Managers: . Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1982, pp. 23-33.

folder 54: Exhibit 1138

Hunn, Eugene S. . Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1990, pp. 170-179.

folder 55: Exhibit 1139

Joset, Joseph, S. J. "The Coeur d'Alene Mission and Its Church," mss XLII, SHMP.

folder 56: Exhibit 1140

Kinney, J. P. . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1937, pp. 265-266.

folder 57: Exhibit 1141

Lewis, Henry T. "Fire Technology and Resource Management in Aboriginal North America and Australia," in Williams and Hunn, , 53-58

folder 58: Exhibit 1142

Meinig, D. W. . Seattle: University of Washington Press, pp. 23-25, 70-72.

folder 59: Exhibit 1143

Merk, Frederick. . Harvard Historical Studies, Vol. 31 (Cambridge, Mass.,: Harvard University Press, 1931), pp. xxvi, 47-50, 105, 111, 134, 266, 270, 310, 338.

folder 60: Exhibit 1144

Wildsho, Peter; Peter Mocktelmy [sic]; et. al., petition to Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Secretary of the Interior, 1906, items 31247 and 31460, Letters Received, 1881-1907, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Record Group 75, National Archives, Washington, D.C.

folder 61: Exhibit 1145

Otis, D. S. . ed. by Francis Paul Prucha. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1973, pp. 93-94.

folder 62: Exhibit 1146

Painter, H. M. "The Coming of the Horse," , 2 (1946): pp. 155-157.

folder 63: Exhibit 1147

Palmer, Gary B. "Indian Pioneers: Migration to Ni'lokhwalqw (DeSmet)," unpublished paper presented at 80th annual meeting, American Anthropological Association, December, 1981, pp. 2, 5-18.

folder 64: Exhibit 1148

Philp, Kenneth R. "John Collier and the Controversy over the Wheeler-Howard Bill," in Jane F. Smith and Robert M. Kvasnicka, eds., (Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1976), pp. 185-186.

folder 65: Exhibit 1149

Pyne, Stephen J. . Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1982, pp. 71-83.

folder 66: Exhibit 1150

Rich, E. E. (ed.). , Publications of the Champlain Society, Hudson's Bay Company Series, Vol. 10 (Toronto: Champlain Society, 1947), pp. 49, 68-69.

folder 67: Exhibit 1151

Robbins, William G. "Landscape and Environment: Ecological Change in the Intermontane Northwest," 84 (1993): pp. 140-149.

folder 68: Exhibit 1152

Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown. . Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1972, pp. 7-8, 18-20, 48, 59, 288.

folder 69: Exhibit 1153

Sams, W. B. and Charles O. Worley to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, January 30, 1908, file 8214-08-Coeur d'Alene 307.2, Central Office Files, 1907-1939, Bureau of Indian Affairs (Record Group 75, National Archives, Washington, D. C.), microcopy M-595, reel 51.

folder 70: Exhibit 1154

Scott, Orland A. . Coeur d'Alene, Idaho: by the author, 1907, pp. 39, 115, 119, 229-231.

folder 71: Exhibit 1155

Seltice, Joseph. note on present conditions, n. d. [ca. 1939], Correspondence of Chief Joseph Seltice, SHMP.

folder 72: Exhibit 1156

, Nov. 4, 1938

folder 73: Exhibit 1157

, June 17, 1905; March 1, 1907

folder 74: Exhibit 1158

United States. Congress. . 62nd Congress., 2nd Session, p. 2702.

folder 75: Exhibit 1159

United States. Congress. Senate. . Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1934, pp. 16992-16998.

folder 76: Exhibit 1160

, March 23, 1866.

folder 77: Exhibit 1161

[Weibel, George F.] "Fifty Years of a Peaceful Conquest," , 5 (1914): p. 528.

folder 78: Exhibit 1162

White, Richard. . Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1980, pp. 20-23, 32-33.

folder 79: Exhibit 1163

Bischoff, William. . Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, Press, 1945.

folder 80: Exhibit 1164

DeSmet, Pierre-Jean, (Philadelphia: M. Fithian, 1843), p. 122, 210.

folder 81: Exhibit 1165

Hart, I. W. (ed.) , Volume II. Caxton Printers, Ltd.: Caldwell, Idaho; 1912; pp. 2014-2016, 2022-2024, and 2085-2089.

folder 82: Exhibit 1166

Interview with Felix Aripa; Tribal Memory Project, June 24, 1981, Interviewer Lavinia Felsman, pages 1-9.

folder 83: Exhibit 1167

Stories of Stanislas Aripa in the Coeur d'Alene Language, "Coyote Eats his Own Marrow," TMP, recorded circa 1950, translated in July, 1982 by Lavinia Felsman and Gary Palmer, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, diskette 9B, pages 10-12.

folder 84: Exhibit 1168

Stories of Stanislas Aripa in the Coeur d'Alene Language, "The Desmet Mission School and the Government Service Trip to Washington", translated by Palmer and Felsman, July, 1982. Stories of Stanislas Aripa in the Coeur d'Alene Language, "The Smallpox Epidemic and the Great Chief on High," translated by Palmer and Felsman, July, 1982, pages 13-39.

folder 85: Exhibit 1169

Stories of Stanislas Aripa in the Coeur d'Alene Language, "Toad and the Son of Light," translated by Palmer and Felsman, July, 1982, pages 40-45.

folder 86: Exhibit 1170

Interview with Joe Vincent Basa, November 12, 1982, interviewed by Lavinia Felsman, pages 46-59.

folder 87: Exhibit 1171

"Coeur d'Alene Indians." manuscript history by F. Tom Connolly and Gary Palmer for the Idaho Humanities Forum, n.d., pages 60-62.</