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Records of the Southern Superintendency of Indian Affairs 1832-70. On the 22 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced the records of the Southern Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1851-70 and of its predecessor the Western Superintendency 1834-51. A few earlier records of the Choctaw Nation are also included.
[Letter to Richard Fields] enclosing settlement No. 20531 of the accounts of M. W. Batman. the Acting Auditor advises Parker that the settlement of Captain Jacob Brown can not be found in his office and he thinks it likely that they will be found with Fields, therefore he wishes that if Fields cannot find it, to inform the office so another search can be conducted.
[Letter to Ely S. Parker] enclosing statements showing the amount received, how obtained, when and how disbursed of various funds for Cherokees. Requesting to be furnished a statement indicating the date that the respective credits were given and number of the appropriation warrants and the particular stock or stocks placed to the credit of the different heads of appropriations.
[Letter to J. D. Cox] requesting to see statements showing the amount held by the interest for those Indians invested for National Funds, Orphan Fund, Sehovl Fund or any other Head of account indicating the amount and description of stocks of the invested funds with rate per cent of interest and period when due and designating the sources when the funds so invested or otherwise were derived.