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    Cherokee Chief Thomas Buffington Document Signed as Chief of the Cherokee Nation "T. W. Buffington". One page printed document, 8" x 14", Senate Bill header, November 21, 1902. In part: "Senate Bill No. 4. An act making an appropriation for the current and contingent expenses of the Cherokee Advocate for the Fiscal year ending November 17, 1903...The principal Chief is here by directed to draw his warrant on the General Fund accordingly..." Signed by the clerk of the senate, president of the senate, and boldly by Buffington as Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Research shows one Buffington at a major auction house in the last 30 years. Fine condition. From the Henry E. Luhrs Collection.

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    October, 2006
    12th-13th Thursday-Friday
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