Bullette, John.Curtis, Charles. (Eds.) (190) John Bullette. Mr. Curtis presented the following petition of John Bullette, praying that he be paid the sum ofWashington, DC,MLA Citation
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John Bullette. Mr. Curtis presented the following petition of John Bullette, praying that he be paid the sum of [electronic resource] ,948.48 out of the funds of the Cherokee Nation collected from royalties on coal lands from allotment of said John Bullette. February 5, 1907. -- Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs and ordered to be printed.
|Names:||Bullette, John. | Curtis, Charles,|
|Published:||Washington, DC, 1907|
United States congressional serial set ; serial set no. 5072
Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate) ; 59th Congress, no. 288
|Topics:||Coal. | Indian allotments. | Indian claims. | Indian treaties. | Mineral lands. | Mining leases. | Tribal citizenship. | Tribal relations. | Agreement between the Cherokees and the Delawares. 1867. | Treaty with the Cherokee. 1866. | Act To Provide for the Allotment of the Lands of the Cherokee Nation, for the Disposition of Town Sites Therein, and for Other Purposes. 1902. | Cherokee Indians. | Cherokee Nation. | Dawes Commission. | Delaware Indians. | Bullette, John.|
|Regions:||Indian Territory (1834-1907)|
|Genres:||Memorials and Petitions.|