Letter from Nathan Olney

Title

Letter from Nathan Olney

Subject

Indigenous people

Description

The principal item is the letter from Nathan Olney, at Ten Mile Creek, reprinted from the Mountaineer, concerning Native hostilities. On another page of the same issue, this agitation is attributed to "traitors" inciting the Indians.

On p. 2 is another article related to Indian relations: "How It Is Received." It has reactions from readers to the appointment of B.F. Kendall, a Democrat, as Indian agent for the territory.

Abstract

Nathan Olney, a correspondent at Ten Mile Creek, reports the organization of Indian tribes east of the Cascades, including the Nez Perce, and fears an uprising.

Creator

Nathan Olney

Source

Washington Standard

Publisher

Olympia, WA: John M. Murphy

Date Issued

1861-08-31

Medium

Microform

Type

article

Identifier

A234

Bibliographic Citation

Vol. 1, No. 42, p. 1, col. E

Spatial Coverage

Washington Territory

Temporal Coverage

1861

Provenance

University of Washington (Suzzallo)

Start Page

1

End Page

1

Geolocation