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    "Nez Perce Indian Wars Discharge" from the Idaho Territory. Pre-printed discharge. Reads, in part: "To all whom it may concern: Know ye, that J. M. Jeffreys a Com. Sergt. of Company "E" of the First Regiment of Volunteers of the Territory of Idaho, who was enlisted on the twenty third day of June One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-Seven to serve during the Nez Perce Indian Wars, is hereby Honorably discharged from the Service of the Territory of Idaho. To date the thirty-first day of December 1878, by reason of service no longer required, and pursuant to an act by the legislature of the Sate of Idaho, approved March 6, 1909. The adjutant General State of Idaho." Very scarce Indian Wars item.

    Fine-very fine, small spot middle bottom.

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