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Collection Reference Number GLC05201.013
From Archive Folder Letters of Army doctor under McCook, McKenzie & Miles re: Indian Wars 
Title Arthur Hartstuff to Florence Hartstuff reporting that nothing has changed in the "situation" with the Indians
Date 2 December 1890
Author Hartsuff, Arthur (fl. 1870-1893)  
Recipient Hartstuff, Florence  
Document Type Correspondence
Content Description re: Hartsuff writes to his daughter at boarding school. He reports that nothing has changed in the "situation" with the Indians since his letter of 11/27. There is a group, numbering in the thousands, camped around them on the Agency and professing friendship. There is a more substantial unfriendly group camped thirty miles away. Not a shot has yet been fired.
Subjects American West  Military History  Health and Medical  Soldier's Letter  Westward Expansion  American Indian History  Women's History  Children and Family  
People Hartstuff, Arthur (fl. 1870-1893)  Hartstuff, Florence (fl. 1881-1890)  
Place written Pine River Indian Agency, South Dakota
Theme Westward Expansion; Native Americans
Sub-collection The Gilder Lehrman Collection, 1860-1945
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945
Civil War: Recipient Relationship Daughter