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Records of the Nevada Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1869-1870

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : National Archives & Records Administration, Central Plains Region, 1970
1 microfilm reel
National Archives microfilm publications; M0837

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Microfilm of records at the National Archives in Washington, District of Columbia.

The principal tribes living in Nevada were the Paiute, Washo, and Shoshoni. The agencies were the Nevada Agency serving Paiute and Washo Indians and the South East Nevada Agency or Pi-Ute Agency serving Paiute Indians. The Walker River and Pyramid Lake Reservations also came under the jurisdiction of the Nevada Agency.

Includes indexes and registers.

These records include such matters as enforcement of treaties, annuities and other payments to Indians, farming, improvements, depredations, construction of buildings, purchase and transportation of supplies, conduct of employees, and accounts.

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