Papers, 1835, 1839.


Patterson, J. B. (John Barton), 1805-1890. Papers, 1835, 1839.

Papers, 1835, 1839.

Two letters, June 18, July 13, 1835, from Elbert Herring discussing problems with the distribution of annuities between the Sauk and Fox Indian tribes. Two commissions as justice of the peace, September 19, 1835 signed by Governor Joseph Duncan and August 31, 1839 signed by Governor Thomas Carlin.

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Carlin, Thomas, 1789-1852 (person)

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Patterson, J. B. (John Barton), 1805-1890 (person)

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Duncan, Joseph, 1794-1844 (person)

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Herring, E. (Elbert), 1777-1876 (person)