Letters, 1917-1918.

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Skiuhushu, Red Fox. Letters, 1917-1918.

Letters, 1917-1918.

Letters from Red Fox Skiuhushu, a Blackfeet Sioux Indian, addressed to B.J. Palmer, chiropracter and Medicine Eagle of the High Council of the Blackfeet Sioux, and to Edward E. Ayer, member of the Board of Indian Commissioners, requesting appointments as guides for himself and his cousin, Black Hawk, in one of the western national parks, preferably Yellowstone.

2 items (1 folder) ; 28 cm. or smaller.

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