Relief of certain persons expelled from lands at Forest Dale, Apache County, Arizona: Hearing before the subcommittee of the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, Sixty-fourth Congress, second session, on S. 3771, a bill for the relief of Alfred Cluff [and others]
Govt. Print. Off., 1917 - Law - 25 pages
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1st day abuse of deponent America to vacate annoyance Apache County Ariz blames and holds call and wait Carlos Apache Indian Cherokee damages deponent blames deponent and family deponent and husband deponent and neighbors deponent's husband families for days family and neighbors Forest Dale Gatewood go at liberty home of deponent homes and settlement homes in compliance husband and neighbors Indian agent Indian reservation Indians and wards known as Forest land was unsurveyed Lieut lives of deponent March 15 military officer Mogollon Mountains Mountain Apache Indians moved and extended neighbors that Forest neighbors to take neighbors to vacate northern boundary line Notary Public numbers order deponent pioneers and American raising crops thereon reservation did take reservation was moved settled as aforesaid settlement of Forest settlement said Indians settlement said land settlement the northern sundry occasions thereon in sufficient United States Government vacate and move wait upon deponent White Mountain Apache