Letter of transmittal regarding the: MEETING HELD IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE OF JUNEAU, ALASKA, BY REQUEST OF INDIAN CHIEFS ON ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENCE OF HIS HONOR, GOVERNOR JOHN G. BRADY.
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|Collection Name||Alaska State Library. Documents. ASL.|
|Title||Letter of transmittal regarding the: MEETING HELD IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE OF JUNEAU, ALASKA, BY REQUEST OF INDIAN CHIEFS ON ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENCE OF HIS HONOR, GOVERNOR JOHN G. BRADY.|
Letter of transmittal.
Testimony of Chief Kah-du-shan from Wrangel; Chief Johnson (Yash-noosh) from Juneau; Chief Koogh-see fom Hoonah; Chief Kah-ea-tchiss from Hoonah; Chief Shoo-we-Kah from Juneau; Chief Ah-na-tlash from Taku; Charley of Juneau; Jack Williams of Juneau.
Rresponses from Governor John G. Brady; Mr. Frank Grygla.
Physical description: microfilm (25 frames)
Alaska--Annexation to the United States.
|Subject.Local||Alaska Natives--Southeast Alaska--Tlingit|
Aanyálahaash, Taku Chief
Brady, John Green, 1847-1918
Harris, Richard Tighe, 1833-1907
Johnson, George, Chief
Juneau, Joe, 1826-1899
Kostrometinoff, George S., 1854-1916
|Corporate Name||Alaska. Governor (1897-1906 : Brady)|
|Time Period||1896 to 1913|
|Date.original||June 20, 1899|
|Ordering & Use||http://library.state.ak.us/vilda_rights.html|
|Holding Institution||Alaska State Library, Historical Collections, PO Box 110571, Juneau AK 99811-0571|
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C., June 20, 1899.
ADDRESS ONLY THE
COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE
of Indian Affair.
I have the honor to transmit, herewith, a copy of
a letter and a report made by Special Agent Frank Grygla,
Juneau, Alaska, under date of December 23, 1898, of a meeting
held December 14, 1898, of certain Chiefs of the Alaska tribe
of Indians "better known as Thlingit tribe", in the presence
of and with the asistance of the Hon. John G. Brady, Governor
The letter and report treating of matters directly
within the jurisdiction of your department are submitted for
such consideration and action as you may deem proper.