United States. Office of Indian Affairs

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United States bureau with responsibility for Indian relations.

From the description of Letter, 1846. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122699812

Develops and implements, in cooperation with tribal governments, Native American organizations, other federal agencies, state & local governments, and other interested groups, economic, social, educational, and other programs for the benefit and advancement of Indian and Alaska native people. Established in 1824 within the War Dept., transferred to the Dept. of the Interior in 1849. Name changed to Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1947.

From the description of Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs [microform] : selected documents concerning the trading activities of F. J. Marshall and Albert Woodward, [1854-1855]. (Kansas State Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 55978395

The United States Indian Police was established by Congress in 1878 to keep order on Indian land, including Indian Territory in what would become Oklahoma. Charles La Flore or Le Flore was a famous Indian Police officer, who had a successful 13 career. He assisted in the capture of Creek Freedman Dick Glass, one of the most notorious Indian Territory outlaws.

From the description of United States Indian Police commission, 1890. (National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum). WorldCat record id: 61257726

Chief Pepeyah or Pe-Pe-Yah was a Potawatomi Chief in Paw Paw (Mich.) who received a land patent in 1839.

From the description of Collection, 1925,1940. (Clarke Historical Library). WorldCat record id: 45317382

Jacob Forney, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the Utah Territory from 1857-1860, arrived in Utah shortly after the Mountain Meadows Massacre of Sep 11, 1857. He identified 17 children who had survived the massacre and been sent to live with Mormon families. He arranged for the children to be returned to relatives in the East and embraced a policy of appeasement towards local Indian tribes, distributing gifts in large quantities to their communities.

In late 1858 John Cradlebaugh, United States Associate Justice for the District of Utah, initiated an investigation into the Mountain Meadows Massacre. He attempted to prosecute Mormon conspirators for the atrocity, and eventually accused Forney of official misconduct, alleging that Forney helped hide Mormon complicity in the attack and that Forney was embezelling government funds.

In 1860, after depositions in Washington and hearings in Utah relating to Cradlebaugh's accusations, Forney was dismissed from his post. Forney returned to Pennsylvania and is believed to have died during the Civil War. Cradlebaugh moved to Carson City and was elected Delegate to Congress for the new Territory of Nevada. During the Civil War, he served as a colonel in the Union Army and afterwards, settled in Eureka, Nevada, where he engaged in mining until his death in 1872.

From the description of United States Office of Indian Affairs papers relating to charges against Jacob Forney, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Utah Territory, 1858-1860. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702179226

Born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Jacob Forney was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the Utah Territory in 1857 by President James Buchanan. Forney arrived in Utah in the fall of 1857 as federal troops arrived to enforce United States authority over the region. In his letters to the Office of Indian Affairs in Washington, Forney remarked that the Indians in Utah were "in a very unsettled condition" when he arrived, and credited his policy of appeasement and gift distribution as preventing "serious difficulties" (1858 Nov 5).

Within a few years, however, Forney's actions came under scrutiny by the Office of Indian Affairs. The review occurred as part of a larger investigation by the federal government of the Mountain Meadows Massacre. The Massacre, in which a party of Arkansas emigrants on their way to California were killed, occurred in southern Utah in September 1857, shortly before Forney's arrival in the territory. Investigating the circumstances of the massacre upon his arrival, Forney learned the whereabouts of 17 child survivors; the children had been distributed among Mormon families in the vicinity of the attack. After gathering the children, Forney, assisted by members of the United States Army, returned them to their families in the east.

Critics-- federal Judge John Cradlebaugh chief among them-- accused Forney of neglecting evidence of Mormon complicity in the Massacre and of financial misconduct. The Office of Indian Affairs began an official investigation into the charges laid against Forney in 1860, and held depositions in Washington as well as hearings in Utah. In mid-1860, Forney was dismissed from his post as Superintendent. Little is known about Forney's life following his dismissal. He is believed to have died in 1865.

Born in Circleville, Ohio, on February 22, 1819, John Cradlebaugh attended Kenyon College and studied law in Oxford, Ohio. After being admitted to the bar in 1840, he was appointed United States associate justice for the district of Utah on June 4, 1858. He arrived in the territory on November 1, and began active prosecution of those responsible for the violence in the region.

In March of 1859, Cradlebaugh held his first term of court at Provo, convening a grand jury to hear evidence of Mormon criminal activity. The jury failed to indict anyone. Cradlebaugh dismissed the jury and continued the investigation under his authority as sitting magistrate. Accompanied by a small detachment of United States troops and by a deputy marshal, Cradlebaugh visited the southern part of the territory, including Mountain Meadows. During this investigation, Cradlebaugh met Superintendent Forney returning from his own investigation of the site, accompanied by the surviving children of the massacre. The judge and his deputy marshal interviewed Indians and settlers in various encampments until the marshal and troops were recalled under instructions from the Department of War, effectively curtailing Cradlebaugh's investigation of the affair. Based on his observations and other evidence, Cradlebaugh concluded that Forney had abused the powers of his office. In September 1859, Cradlebaugh contacted the Office of Indian Affairs regarding his suspicions. His accusations launched the Office's official investigation into Forney's conduct, and led to Forney's dismissal.

Cradlebaugh was subsequently appointed to preside over a judicial district that included Carson Valley. He became a key actor in the creation of the Territory of Nevada, and was eventually elected delegate to Congress, serving from 1861 Dec 2 to 1863 Mar 3. During the Civil War, he enlisted as a Colonel in the Union Army. He was wounded at Vicksburg in May 1863, and was honorably discharged from the military in October 1863. He returned to Nevada, and settled in Eureka. He ran unsucessfully for United States Senator, and engaged in the mining industry until his death in 1873. Cradlebaugh was interred in Circleville, Ohio, in 1879.

From the guide to the United States Office of Indian Affairs papers relating to charges against Jacob Forney, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Utah Territory, 1858-1860, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library)

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Arizona
Pike Island (Minn.)
Lac du Flambeau Reservation (Wis.)
West (U.S.)
Wisconsin
Mille Lacs Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Minnesota
Utah
Laona (Wis.)
Lake Traverse Indian Reservation (N.D. and S.D.)
Spanish Fork Indian Farm (Utah)
Fort Snelling (Minn.)
La Pointe (Wis.)
Montana
White Earth Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Bois Fort Reservation (Minn.)
Rio Arriba County (N.M.)
White Earth Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Sanpete Indian Farm (Utah)
New Mexico--Rio Arriba County
New Mexico
Leech Lake Indian Reservation (Minn.)
North America
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)
Utah
Tomah (Wis.)
Paw Paw (Mich.)
Fort Totten Indian Reservation (N.D.)
Michigan
United States
Arizona
Jicarilla Indian Reservation (N.M.)
Fort Defiance (Ariz.)
Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians
Marshall County (Kan.)
Fort Totten Indian Reservation (N.D.)
Wisconsin
United States
Hayward (Wis.)
Standing Rock Indian Reservation (N.D. and S.D.)
Nevada
Pipestone Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Lac du Flambeau (Wis.)
United States
Michigan
Kansas
Utah
United States
West (U.S.)
Minnesota
Idaho
Standing Rock Indian Reservation (N.D. and S.D.)
United States
Arizona
West (U.S.)
Keshena (Wis.)
Kansas
Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation (N.D.)
United States
North America
Marysville (Kan.)
Lac Courte Oreilles (Wis.)
Minnesota
North America
Fond du Lac Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Grand Portage Reservation (Minn.)
Kansas
Spanish Fork Indian Farm (Utah)
Iowa
Wyoming
Navajo Indian Reservation
Kansas
Red Lake Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Wisconsin
Bad River Reservation (Wis.)
Sanpete Indian Farm (Utah)
Grand River Agency (N.D.)
Montana
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Ojibwa Indians--Minnesota--Mixed descent
Judges--Utah
Potawatomi Indians--Census
Fur trade--Minnesota
Winnebago Indians--Names
Scouts and scouting
Shoshoni Indians
Salish Indians
Indian reservations
Indians of North America--Claims
Indians of North America--Statistics
Indians of North America--Government relations--1789-1869
Ojibwa Indians--Census
Wahpeton Indians
Mormons--History--Sources
Dakota Indians--Annuities
Public officers--Utah
Fur trade
Judges
Indians of North America--Land transfers
Siksika Indians
Navajo Indians--History--Sources
Ottawa Indians
Indian scouts
Fox Indians
Dakota Indians--Wars
Dakota Indians--Genealogy--Sources
Ojibwa Indians--Genealogy--Sources
Potawatomi Indians--History
Mormons
Ojibwa Indians--Minnesota--Treaties
Navajo Indians--Arizona--History--Sources
Dakota Indians--Mixed descent
Indians of North America--Utah
Indian allotments--History--Sources
Dakota Indians--Treaties
Water rights--Arizona
Potawatomi Indians--Genealogy
Dakota Indians--Claims
Winnebago Indians--Commerce
Mountain Meadows Massacre, Utah, 1857
Ute Indians
Indians of North America--Census
Spirit Lake Massacre, Iowa, 1857
Grist mills
Indians of North America--Wisconsin--Census
Indian agents
Cheyenne Indians--Census
Indians of North America--Commerce
Indians, treatment of
Winnebago Indians--Census, 1886
Water rights
Dakota Indians--Wars, 1862-1865--Scouts and scouting
Indians of North America--Genealogy--Sources
Indians of North America--Utah--Government relations
Ojibwa Indians--Minnesota--Legal status, laws, etc
Hopi Indians--Government relations
Indians of North America
Missionaries--United States
Assiniboine Indians
Indians of North America--Minnesota--Census
Indians of North America--Claims against
Dakota Indians--Government relations
Jicarilla Indians--Biography--Sources
Paiute Indians--Wars
Indians of North America--Mixed bloods
Ute Indians--Census
Sawmills
Mdewakanton Indians--Government relations
Names, Ojibwa
Paiute Indians--Census
Water and Water Rights
Black Hawk War, 1832
Indian traders
Indians of North America--History--Sources
Indian allottees--History--Sources
Potawatomi Indians
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Ponca Indians--Census
Ojibwa Indians--Claims against
Indians of North America--Agriculture
Indians of North America--South Dakota--Census
Winnebago Indians
Indians of North America--Legal status, laws, etc.--History--Sources
Indians of North America--Land tenure
Indians of North America--Education--History--20th century
Ojibwa Indians--Government relations
Ojibwa Indians--Minnesota--Government relations
Sauk Indians--Government relations
Mdewakanton Indians--Genealogy--Sources
Missionaries
Menominee Indians
Indians of North America--Education--History--19th century
Winnebago Indians--Claims against
Indians of North America--Treaties
Ojibwa Indians--Commerce
Dakota Indians--Wars, 1862-1865
Mormons--Arizona--History--Sources
Oneida Indians
American letters--History--19th century
Ojibwa Indians
Dakota Indians--Census
Railroads--Surveying
Indian agents--Utah
Indians of North America--Legal status, laws, etc.--Arizona--History
Public officers
Sihasapa Indians--Census
Wahpekute Indians
Indians of North America--Annuities
Stockbridge Indians
Sisseton Indians
Indian traders--Registers
Indians of North America--North Dakota--Census
Dakota Indians
Navajo Indians--Government relations
Mdewakanton Indians
Munsee Indians
Paiute Indians
Potawatomi Indians--Government relations
Pawnee Indians
Sihasapa Indians
Indians of North America--Government relations
Occupation
Public officers--Utah
Indian agents--Utah
Judges--Utah
Function
Judges--Utah
Public officers--Utah
Merchants--Kansas
Indian agents--Utah

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