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William Clark, superintendent of Indian affairs, to all whom it may concern [manuscript] : under authority vested in me by the president of the United States to grant permission to citizens or other persons to pass into and through the Indian county, &c., permission is hereby granted to M. Baron Braunsberg to pass through the Indian country by the Missouri River to the Rocky Mountains for the purpose of making observations in zoology and botany ... and to take with him Charles [i.e. Karl] Bodmer and David Dreydopple [i.e. Dreidoppel] ... : passport, 1833 Apr. 2.

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Names: Wied, Maximilian, | Clark, William,
Topics: Indian agents - Missouri - Saint Louis - History - 19th century - Sources. | Scientific expeditions - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century - Sources. | Travelers - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century - Sources. | Visitors, Foreign - United States - History - 19th century - Sources. | Manuscripts, American - Missouri - Saint Louis. | United States. Office of Indian Affairs. St. Louis Superintendency - Records and correspondence. | Clark, William, 1770-1838. | Wied, Maximilian, Prinz von, 1782-1867. | Bodmer, Karl, 1809-1893. | Dreidoppel, David.
Regions: Missouri River Region - History - 19th century - Sources.
Genres: Passports - Missouri - Saint Louis - 1833. | Seals (Provenance) - Missouri - Saint Louis - 1836.
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Main Author: United States. Office of Indian Affairs. St. Louis Superintendency.
Physical Description: 1 item (1 leaf) ; 26 x 40 cm.
Summary: Pass issued in St. Louis, Apr. 2, 1833, by William Clark, superintendent of Indian affairs, formally granting Prince Maximilian of Wied ("Baron Braunsberg") permission to pass through Indian territory.
Notes: Forms part of the Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)
Printed form, filled in, signed: Wm Clark.
Embossed seal of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs, St. Louis.
On April 10, 1833, scientist-naturalist Prince Maximilian of Wied, accompanied by the artist, Karl Bodmer, and personal servant, David Dreidoppel, who was an experienced hunter and taxidermist, set out from St. Louis aboard the American Fur Company steamer Yellow Stone on a thirteen-month natural science expedition up the Missouri River.
Other Names: Wied, Maximilian, Prinz von, 1782-1867.
Clark, William, 1770-1838.
Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)
Newberry Library. Manuscript. Ayer MS 920.

More Details for: William Clark, superintendent of Indian