pg01 Letters received, 1910-1915, re: Council held in the library room at Fairbanks, Alaska, on July 5th, 1915.
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|Collection Name||Wickersham State Historic Site. Manuscripts, 1884-1970s. ASL-MS-107|
|Title||pg01 Letters received, 1910-1915, re: Council held in the library room at Fairbanks, Alaska, on July 5th, 1915.|
|Description||Physical description: Letter 1 of 6. Page 1 of 2.|
|Creator||Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, 1861-1934.|
Wickersham, James, 1857-1939
Charlie, Chief (Minto Athapascan)
Boulter, George E. [Sr.]
|Corporate Name||United States. Department of the Interior.|
|Time Period||1896 to 1913|
|Date.original||November 1, 1910|
|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
BUREAU OF EDUCATION
November 1, 1910.
Honorable James Wickersham,
I beg to acknowledge receipt, by reference
from the Office of Indian Affairs, of your letter,
dated September 9, 1910, enclosing a letter from
Chief Charlie requesting that assistance be furnished
to certain destitute natives In the vicinity of Nenana,
In reply I beg to state that Mr. George E.
Boulter, our Superintendent of the Upper Yukon District,
whose headquarters are at Tanana, Alaska, has charge
of the furnishing of relief to natives in his district
which includes Nenana and vicinity. I have sent Mr.
Boultar a copy of your letter, and of the letter from
Chief Charlie with instructions to investigate the
situation at Nenana referred to by Chief Charlie, and
to render assistance during the present winter to such