1852 September 1 Letter to Jacob H. Holeman

Title

1852 September 1 Letter to Jacob H. Holeman

Description

An Invitation to attend a Treaty of Peace meeting between the Shoshone and Utah Tribes.

Type

Indian Affairs
Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Jacob H. Holeman

Date

1852/09/01

Location

Great Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

Subject

Indian Affairs

extracted text

Executive Office
Utah Territory
Great Salt Lake City, September lst 1852.
Major J. H. Holeman.
Indian Agent for Utah.
Sir:
It is expected that the Shoshones or Snakes and the Utah Indians will meet in this city on to morrow or next day, the principal object of which is to conclude a treaty of peace between them. Presuming that you might wish to attend, I therefore extend unto you this notice with an invitation to attend if convenient.
I have the honor to be,
Most respectfully, your obedient servant,

(Brigham Young)
Governor, and Ex Officio Superintendent
of Indian Affairs, U. T.

Item sets

Executive Office
Utah Territory
Great Salt Lake City, September lst 1852.  

Major J. H. Holeman.
Indian Agent for Utah.

Sir:

It is expected that the Shoshones or Snakes and the Utah Indians will meet in this city on to morrow or next day, the principal object of which is to conclude a treaty of peace between them.  Presuming that you might wish to attend, I therefore extend unto you this notice with an invitation to attend if convenient.

I have the honor to be,
Most respectfully, your obedient servant,

(Brigham Young)
Governor, and Ex Officio Superintendent
of Indian Affairs, U. T.