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Power of Attorney Granted to Lewis Ross, National Treasurer by John Ross, E. Hicks, W. Shorey Coodey, Edward Gunter, George Hicks, John Looney, and Archibald Campbell / Unknown

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Power of Attorney granted to Lewis Ross, National Treasurer by John Ross, E. Hicks, W. Shorey Coodey, Edward Gunter, George Hicks, John Looney, and Archibald Campbell. Empowering him to seek and receive for the Cherokee Nation any money due "on account of National Annuity." Single folded sheet of paper with handwritten text in ink on two pages.
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Title(s): 
Power of Attorney Granted to Lewis Ross, National Treasurer by John Ross, E. Hicks, W. Shorey Coodey, Edward Gunter, George Hicks, John Looney, and Archibald Campbell
Creator(s): 
Unknown
Culture: 
Native American; Cherokee
Date: 
June 26, 1840
Materials/Techniques: 
ink on paper
Classification: 
Accession No: 
4026.1172
Department: 
Collection: 
Signed, "John Ross, E. Hicks, Wm. Shorey Coodey, George Hicks, John Looney, Archibald Campbell, Edward Gunter".
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