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PAPERS, LETTERS, AND OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS
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Council Meeting of May 23, 1884, Kiowas, 17:46, Oklahoma Historical Society.
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House of Representatives Executive Documents, 30th Congress.
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Mackenzie’s Official Report, Oct. 12, 1872: “1872, Sept. 29, Attack on Comanche Village,” Addressed to the Asst. Adjutant General, Department of Texas.
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