Indian Relations in Texas

James A. Haworth to Cyrus Beede, May 8, 1873

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James A. Haworth to Cyrus Beede, May 1873

and make them walk home. He has
been acting like a white man ever since
the council in the commissary & is watching
the moon very closely, he remembers
what "Toso Parivo" (thyself) white chief told
them before this moon was gone their
friends would come to them, and they
were thinking about it all the time
. "Kicking
Bird" and Thomas came in to day. I
have not had a talk with Kicking Bird
yet. Thomas says they are doing
right, and fault could not be found
with them: Says some of the Cheyennes
were at their camp a few days ago
wanting to make some arrangements
with them to form an alliance for war
in case the soldiers came after them:
Says "Kicking Bird" "Stumbling Bear"
"Quoi

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James A. Haworth to Cyrus Beede, May 8, 1873. Texas Indian Papers Volume 4, #216, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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