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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1861., [Electronic resource], Indian Affairs on the Western frontier. (search)
cil, every town being represented. Their regiment will be ready in a few days, and probably half a dozen companies more. About sixty of the Reserve Camanche, (Pondah Ross.) Wichita, Kichals, etc. have had a talk with the Commissioner. He expects to effect a treaty with the wild Camanches, who are coming into Wichita Agency to meet him for that purpose, (as also the Klowas,) and to settle them all upon reserves. As soon as the Seminole treaty is signed, Commissioner Pike, with Superintendent Rector, Agent Leeper, Wm. Quisenbury, the secretary of the Commissioner, and the others of the party, accompanied by a delegation of the Creeks and Seminoles, and a strong escort of Indian troops, will go to the Wichita Agency to meet the Reserve Indians and wild tribe. There is little doubt that at least 5,000 Camanches will be present. The standard of the commissioner is a significant one. In its blue field are the eleven white stars in a circle, and inside that circle the commissi