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Authors: Reeder, Andrew H. (Andrew Horatio), 1807-1864
This document, obviously written by A. H. Reeder either to the surveyor or to Halderman, is undated but was most likely composed in 1857. It addressed issues related to the location of Reeder's claim to land in the Wandotte float.
Keywords: Halderman, John Adams; Indian lands; Lykins, Johnston; Reeder, Andrew H. (Andrew Horatio), 1807-1864; Searl, Albert D.; Surveyor General (see United States. Surveyor General); Wyandot Float
Public Notice, Copy of Instruction for Wyandotte Float
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: September 1, 1855
It appeared that Dr. Johnston Lykins, an active Indian agent and land speculator, made this copy in longhand on September 1, 1855, of a notice issued the previous day by the surveyor general for Kansas and Nebraska territories, John Calhoun. These "instructions for Wyandot float" were said to provide protection of "the rights of the Wyandott Indians reserves," described here as "thirty-five in number . . . One Section of 640 acres each, 'out of any of the lands west of the Mississippi river, set apart for Indian use.'" The document provided the details for how this was to work in practice.
Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Calhoun, John; Indian floats; Land speculation; Lykins, Johnston; Native Americans; Wyandot Float; Wyandot Indians
Photograph, Johnston Lykins
Authors: Williams and Thomson
Dr. Johnston Lykins was involved with the emigration of American Indians to the area that became Kansas Territory. He was involved with Baptist schools for the Pottawatomie and the Shawnee. During the territorial period, he was involved with the land claims of various Native Americans and specifically the
Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Cartes de visite; Lykins, Johnston; Native Americans; Photographs and Illustrations; Wyandot Float