1875 June 1: Voucher, U.S. v. Nocky Hayo, larceny in the Indian Country; includes cost of mileage, travel expenses, feeding one prisoner, posse comitatus, and subpoenaed witnesses; Dick Hood and John P. Slosson, posse comitatus; John Dawson, Henry Normon, and Sampson Cale, witnesses; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; James O. Churchill, commissioner; served by J.N. Slosson, U.S. deputy marshal

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1875 June 1: Voucher, U.S. v. Nocky Hayo, larceny in the Indian Country; includes cost of mileage, travel expenses, feeding one prisoner, posse comitatus, and subpoenaed witnesses; Dick Hood and John P. Slosson, posse comitatus; John Dawson, Henry Normon, and Sampson Cale, witnesses; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; James O. Churchill, commissioner; served by J.N. Slosson, U.S. deputy marshal

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1875 April 7-June 1

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Geographical Area

Tallahassee, Creek Nation; McAlesten, Choctaw Nation, Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.)

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000962, Box 2, Folder 6, Item 1

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United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962

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Arkansas State Archives

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Item 02_06_001, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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1875 June 1: Voucher, U.S. v. Nocky Hayo, larceny in the Indian Country; includes cost of mileage, travel expenses, feeding one prisoner, posse comitatus, and subpoenaed witnesses; Dick Hood and John P. Slosson, posse comitatus; John Dawson, Henry Normon, and Sampson Cale, witnesses; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; James O. Churchill, commissioner; served by J.N. Slosson, U.S. deputy marshal

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