1853 September 6 Message on Behalf of Wob-Kee- Sick

Title

1853 September 6 Message on Behalf of Wob-Kee- Sick

Description

Declaration that the bearer of the letter is a Pottowatamie Indian deserving of kindness and courtesy.

Type

Indian Affairs

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

To unspecified recipients

Date

1853 September 6

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Indian Affairs

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TO ALL, unto whom these Presents shall come,

Be it known that Wob-Kee-Sick, the bearer of these lines, is a Pottowatamie Indian, has visited me in this City, and is now starting back to his tribe, & any Kindness, or courtesy that may be extended to him on his journey, will be an act of humanity, and will be duly appreciated by the bearer.

Given at G. S. L. City this
6th day of Sept A. D. 1853.

Brigham Young
Ex-Officio Supt. Ind. Affairs.
Utah Territory

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TO ALL, unto whom these Presents shall come,

Be it known that Wob-Kee-Sick, the bearer of these lines, is a Pottowatamie Indian, has visited me in this City, and is now starting back to his tribe, & any Kindness, or courtesy that may be extended to him on his journey, will be an act of humanity, and will be duly appreciated by the bearer.

Given at G. S. L. City this
6th day of Sept A. D. 1853.

Brigham Young
Ex-Officio Supt. Ind. Affairs.
Utah Territory