Iowa Chiefs Visit to Washington D.C.

February 24, 1882 - March 27, 1882

Augustus Brosius, U.S. Indian Agent at the Great Nemaha Agency, informs Richard Henry Pratt that a group of Iowa Nation people led by Chief Kihega will be visiting Washington to decide whether to remain in Nebraska. Kihega wishes his son who is at Carlisle to accompany the delegation in order to help his father.

In addition there are two telegrams informing Pratt of the delegation's immeinent arrival in Washington D.C. and requesting Charles Kihega and Ellwood Dorian be sent to D.C.

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RG 75, Entry 91, box 69, 1882-#5929
Iowa Chiefs Visit to Washington D.C.