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|Named Person:||Andrew Johnson|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James R Doolittle; William Marvin; Dorilus Morrison; Amos Reed; Stephen Return Riggs; Clark Wallace Thompson; Thomas S Williamson; William Windom
|Description:||15 items; 1 microfilm reel.|
The letters describe a battle near Jacinto [Mississippi?, 1863?], conditions in Southern military prisons (1864), problems of administering Utah Territory (1864), and the plight of loyal Southerners (1868), and discuss the administration of President Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction politics (1866, 1868). There are transcripts of statements by Thomas S. Williamson, Stephen R. Riggs, and William Windom on claims of fraudulent treatment by traders that contributed to the 1862 Dakota Conflict, and by Dorilus Morrison and Clark W. Thompson on bidding practices by the Superintendent of Indian Affairs.