John Dougherty Letter Book, 1826-1829 (C2292)

0.1 cubic feet (1 volume), 1 roll of microfilm

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The Dougherty letter book contains letters from Dougherty, fur trader, interpreter, and Upper Missouri Indian agent, to William Clark, superintendent of Indian affairs at St. Louis, various U.S. Army officers, Indian agents, interpreters and fur traders, U.S. War and Treasury Department officials, Missouri politicians, and private citizens.