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Dawes, H. L.
Dawes, Henry L.
Dawes, Henry Laurens
Dawes, Henry Laurens (Mr)
Henry L. Dawes (American politician and lawyer)
Henry L. Dawes (Amerikaans politicus (1816-1903))
Henry L. Dawes (amerikai szenátor)
Henry L. Dawes (amerikansk advokat och politiker)
Henry L. Dawes (amerikansk advokat og politikar)
Henry L. Dawes (amerikansk advokat og politiker)
Henry L. Dawes (politicien américain)
Henry L. Dawes (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
هنری ال. داوز (سیاست‌مدار و وکیل آمریکایی)
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American Social Science Association
Bingham, John Armor (1815-1900)
Blankenship, Bob
Chickering, Henry
Dostie, A. P. (1821-1866)
Dostie, Anthony Paul (1821-1866)
Hoar, George Frisbie (1826-1904)
Miller, Guion
National Indian association. [from old catalog]
Orth, Godlove Stoner (1817-1882. [from old catalog])
admission of Oregon., The
Defence of the Committee on government contracts.
Economy in public expenditures. Speech of Hon. Henry L. Dawes, of Massachusetts, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 18, 1870.
Guion Miller roll "plus" of Eastern Cherokee, east & west of Mississippi "1909"
Henry L. Dawes papers
In the Senate of the United States, 1882?:
Lecompton constitution founded neither in law nor the will of the people. Speech of Hon. Henry L. Dawes, of Massachusetts., The
mission to Rome., The
mode of procedure in cases of contested elections, 1869?:, The
Past and present Indian policy.
political position of Thomas J. Durant, The : a letter from Hon. A.P. Dostie, Auditor of Public Accounts of Louisiana, to Hon. Henry L. Dawes, Chairman, Committee on Election, House of Representatives.
Proceedings on the occasion of the presentation of the petition of the Women's national Indian association
Report: to accompany bill S. 1755. The Select committee of the Senate appointed under resolution of March 2, 1883, to examine into the condition of the Sioux Indians upon their reservation, the character of the same, and the feasibility and property of the proposed reduction of such reservation, and such other matters concerning the welfare of said Sioux Indians as they may think necessary, and also examine into the grievances of the Indian tribes in the territory of Montana ...
Weekly transcript (North Adams, Mass. : 1843)