2 edition of Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in 1855 found in the catalog.
Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in 1855
|Statement||James Doty ; edited by Edward J. Kowrach.|
|Contributions||Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862., Kowrach, Edward J.|
|LC Classifications||E78.W3 D67 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||78016639|
Title: Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Superintendent of Indian Affairs and Commissioner, treating with the Indian tribes east of the Cascade Mountains, in Washington territory, and the Blackfeet and neighboring tribes, near Great Falls of the Missourie in the year ; including therein details of the celebrated Indian Council at Walla Walla, and of the Black foot. Sylvester Mowry (Janu – Octo ) was an American politician, miner, and land speculator. He is best remembered as an early advocate for the establishment of the Arizona was also a West Point graduate and officer of the United States Army who was later arrested as a traitor during the American Civil s/wars: Apache Wars.
The Little Napoleon: The Short and Turbulent Career of Isaac I. Stevens Columbia Magazine, Winter Vol. 14, No. 4 By Sherburne F. Cook Jr. The role of Isaac Ingalls Stevens in the establishment of territorial policy in Washington is well- documented, File Size: KB. D Isaac Stevens to H.S. Smith, 222 4/27/94 D Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in , by James Doty, Secretary, pp. 17 (Ye Galleon reprint ) 4/27/94 D Isaac Stevens to George Manypenny, 511, transcription. 4/27/
Hazard Stevens was born in Rhode Island in and educated in New England. His father, Major General Isaac I. Stevens was governor of the Washington Territory. Hazard served in the Indian war from and later in the Civil War. Isaac Ingalls Stevens () By Kent Richards Isaac Stevens strode through the Northwest's formative years () as a colossus among Lilliputians. The Northern Railway survey, Indian policy, settlement, infrastructure, and political development all bore his distinctive imprint. A potent mix of intelligence, persistence, and courage.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doty, James, Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in Responsibility James Doty ; edited by Edward J.
Kowrach. Imprint Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, Kowrach, Edward J. Contents/Summary. Bibliography Bibliography: p. Subjects. Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in Edited by Edward J. Kowrach. Fairfield, Wash.: Ye Galleon Press, Hazard, Joseph Taylor.
Companion of Adventure: A Biography of Isaac Ingalls Stevens, First Governor of. Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in Fairfield: Ye Galleon Press, • Gibbs, George.
Indian Tribes of Washington Territory. Fairfield: Ye Galleon Press, • Grim, Ronald E. and Phillip Mobley. Buy Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in by James Doty, Edward J Kowrach (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Author: James Doty, Edward J Kowrach.
ISAAC INGALLS STEVENS Portrait of Isaac Stevens, first Governor of Washington Territory (Ma — September 1, ). Courtesy Washington State Historical Society. A small man of large ambition and keen intelligence, Isaac Stevens made a large impact on the military and political institutions of the 19th century.
AlthoughFile Size: 80KB. Sources: James Doty, Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in (Fairfield, WA: Ye Galleon Press, ); John C. Ewers, “Gustavus Sohon’s Portraits of Flathead and Pend Oreille Indians,” Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol.No.
7 (Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution, ); Lawrence Kip, Army Life on the Pacific (New York. Isaac Ingalls Stevens () was the first governor of the Washington Territory () and represented the territory in Congress from He was an enthusiastic proponent of westward expansion and an early booster of the commercial potential of the Pacific Northwest.
Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in Edward J. Kowrach, ed. Fairfield, Wash.: Ye Galleon Press.
(From the original manuscript, T, Roll 5, Item 9, Record Gr National Archives, Washington.). Sources: David M. Buerge, "Big Little Man: Isaac Stevens ()," Washingtonians: A Biographical Portrait of the State (Seattle: Sasquatch Books, ), Note: This essay was corrected on Jand again on Septemto say that Isaac Stevens was killed in the Battle of Chantilly.
A brief notice of the recent outrages committed by Isaac I. Stevens, governor of Washington Territory northwestern Indian policy, (Book) The story of Marias Pass by Grace Flandrau (Book) Journal of operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of.
Isaac Stevens strode through the Northwest's formative years () as a colossus among Lilliputians. and vigorous support of Franklin Pierce in the presidential campaign led to his appointment in as the first governor of the vast Washington Territory, The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens.
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the Indians in council," the governor declared, "the great end to be looked to is the gradual civilization of the Indians, and their ultimate incorpora tion with the people of the Territory."6 InStevens met in Washington, D.C., with Manypenny and his second-in-command.
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Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of. The Government and Politics of Washington State, by Keith A, Murray Doty, Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in. Isaac Ingalls Stevens () As Washington's first territorial governor, Isaac Stevens, oversaw the establishment of government in what would become Washington state.
He also led the survey of a route to Puget Sound for a transcontinental railroad. Stevens's superintendence of Indian Affairs did not serve the interests of Native Americans.
and ends with The records supplement the accounts of the Indian treaties and the transactions just before the outbreak of the Indian war. It is especially welcome in the Uni-versity of Washington Library already rich in materials pertaining to the life and work of Washington's first Territorial Governor, Isaac Ingalls Stevens.
: Speech of Hon. Isaac I. Stevens, Delegate From Washington Territory, on the Washington and Oregon War Claims (): Isaac Ingalls Stevens: Books. The best scholarly history documenting Isaac Stevens's dealings with the far western tribes remains Kent D.
Richards, Isaac I. Stevens: Young Man in a Hurry (; rpt. Pullman, ). Makah today "marvel at what [the Makah headmen in ] were able to negotiate in the treaty," which "stands out stronger than any other treaty ever made.
Governor Isaac Stevens' Territorial Library Collection History of the Territorial Collection. The Washington Territorial Library was established by the Organic Act, which created Washington Territory in Section 17 of the Organic Act provided $5, for a Washington Territorial Library.Message of the Governor of Washington Territory: Also, the Correspondence With the Secretary of War, Major Gen.
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Message of the Governor of Washington Territory: Also, the Correspondence With the Secretary of War, Major Gen. Wool.Journal of Operations of Governor Isaac Ingalls Stevens of Washington Territory in (Fairfield, WA: Ye Galleon Press, ). Drury, Clifford M. Chief Lawyer of the Nez Perce Indians,