Modoc War correspondence and documents assembled from various sources, 1865-1878.

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Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.). Modoc War correspondence and documents assembled from various sources, 1865-1878.

Modoc War correspondence and documents assembled from various sources, 1865-1878.

Contents: Reels 1-5, selected items from U.S. army records at the San Francisco Presidio; reel 6, Applegate papers; reel 7, from the National Archives: selected items from War Dept., Adjutant General's Office - Fort Klamath and Camp Warner (Oregon) letterbooks - and Interior Dept., Office of Indian Affairs - Special File, Modocs, 1873, and Oregon Superintendency files, 1872-73.

7 microfilm reels : positive.

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