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    Three Western Items, including a Rare 1888 Indian Territory Draft of J. H. Sherburne, Indian Trader of the Ponca and Otoe Agencies. Sherburne was previously a dealer of Indian ponies and later, an Indian Trader at Browning, Montana. Also included is a fine cabinet card picturing Natchez [Nachise], Chief or the Chiricahua and son of Cochise. The image has the backmark of W. R. Cross of Niobrara, Nebraska. The third item in the group is a Treasury Department document providing ten cents to a United States Marshal for the "support of prisoners". The document is dated July 5, 1890.

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    June, 2013
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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