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Power of Attorney to D. N. McIntosh, Tim Barnard, J. M. C. Smith, and I. G. Vore / Native American; Seminole

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D. N. McIntosh, Tim Barnard, J. M. C. Smith were of the Muskogee Creek Nation and I. G. Vore was of the Cherokee Nation. Attorneys were to prosecute claims of Blackdirts Bands of Seminole Indians for loses from forced abandonment of lands east of the Mississippi and services in the Seminole War. The document was signed by 5 Headmen in council at Wewoka in the presence of Poney Burgess. Names of Headmen: Tustamucoche, Fusharche Cochookany, Cher Emarthla, Cho ful war, and Okfuske.
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Title(s): 
Power of Attorney to D. N. McIntosh, Tim Barnard, J. M. C. Smith, and I. G. Vore
Culture: 
Native American; Seminole
Date: 
May 15, 1869
Materials/Techniques: 
ink on paper
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
4026.1922
Department: 
Not On View

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