REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR...RELATIVE TO THE INDIAN DISTURBANCES IN THE TERRITORIES OF WASHINGTON AND OREGON.

34th Cong., 1st Sess. SED66. 1856. 68pp, dbd, light scattered foxing. Very Good. Correspondencewith the Governors of Oregon and Washington, and General Wool, concerning the Indian War that broke out in 1855. Wool is pilloried for providing the settlers insufficient protection from Indian depredations. FIRST EDITION. Smith 4106. Item #8883

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