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Power of Attorney from Alexander Brown to John Drew / Native American; Cherokee

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Power of Attorney from Alexander Brown, administrator of estate of Rachel Buffalofish to John Drew. Note from Felix W. Riley, District Court Judge for Cherokee Nation, stated that Alexander Brown signed the Power of Attorney in his presence on May 2, 1850. Note from Principle Chief of the Cherokee Nation John Ross stated that full faith and credit was due to Felix W. Riley's official acts.
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Title(s): 
Power of Attorney from Alexander Brown to John Drew
Culture: 
Native American; Cherokee
Date: 
May 2, 1850 and May 7, 1850
Materials/Techniques: 
ink on paper
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
4026.1683
Department: 
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