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Camp mss., 1873-1918

Summary Information

Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Lilly Library
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Camp, Walter Mason, 1867-1925.

Camp mss., 1873-1918

Collection No.
LMC 1167

125 items

Materials are in English

Consists of the field notes of Walter Mason Camp, 1867-1925, engineer, dealing with the Indians and Indian Wars.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Biographical Note

Born in 1867, Walter Mason Camp was a civil engineer who worked for the railroad and spent many summers traveling throughout the country interviewing various participants and survivors of the Indian wars. He died in 1925.


The collection is organized into the following series: I. Articles; II. Field Notes; III. Photographs; and IV. Maps.

Scope and Content Note

The collection contains thousands of his pencilled notes, mostly on small bits of paper. The notes arrived in over 80 envelopes and this arrangement has been preserved.

Some of the field notes were arranged by topics and include material on Frank Dwight Baldwin; James Montgomery Bell; Big Horse, Indian; Bozeman expedition, 1874; Cheyenne Indian wars; Ben Clark, George Crook, George Armstrong Custer; Delaware Indians; Daniel A. Knipe; Battle of Little Big Horn, 1876; Max Littman; Grant Marsh, John Martin, Nez Perc' Indian wars; Battle of Rosebud, 1874; Hugh Lenox Scott; Sundance Creek and Divide; Battle of Washita; Yellow Hair, Indian; Yellowstone Campaign, 1873. There are also sixty- four envelopes unclassified miscellaneous material.

Denver Public Library and Brigham Young University Library also received some of Camp's field notes. A transcript of Camp's field notes from all three institutions was made by Professor Kenneth Hammer for his book Custer in 76 (Brigham Young University Press, l976). A copy of the transcript is available for on site use, however no photocopies will be made without the permission of Professor Hammer.

Included are also four articles--Baldwin Indian Territory Expedition, 1874; General Baldwin's Scout in Panhandle of Texas, 1874; Indian of Yesterday and Today; How Big Horse Planned to Massacre Darlington, 1874--and the muster rolls of companies G, H, I, J, K, L, and M of the 7th regiment, U.S. Cavalry.

In the collection are military maps in an oversized folder, and a group of photographs.

The first folder in the box of articles contains a biographical sketch of Walter Mason Camp.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information
Acquired: 1956
Usage Restrictions
Prior arrangements are not necessary before coming to the Library, however, patrons from out of town are encouraged to communicate with the Library in advance of their visits to ascertain availability of materials.

Photocopying permitted only with permission of the Curator of Manuscripts, Lilly Library.

Preferred Citation
[Item], Camp mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
Processing Information
Processed by Lilly Staff.

Series: Box 1 Articles

Folder 1 Baldwin Indian Territory Expedition

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 843-853

Folder 2 General Baldwin's scout in panhandle of Texas, 1874

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 854-863

Folder 3 How Big Horse planned to massacre Darlington

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 863-865

Folder 4 The Indians of yesterday and today

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 882-918

Folder 5 U.S. Cavalry, 7th Regt. rosters for Companies A, B, C, D, E, F (Transcript pages only. Originals filed in Ellison correspondence, May 11, 1935)

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 866-874

U.S. Cavalry, 7th Regt. rosters for Companies G, H, I, K, L, M

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 874-881

Series: Box 2 Field Notes

Subseries: Box 2 Topics

Folder 1 Bell, James Montgomery

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 1-6

Folder 2 Bozeman Expedition of 1874

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 6-9

Folder 3 Cheyenne Indian wars

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 9-10

Folder 4 Clark, Ben

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 10-23

Folder 5 Crook, George

Kenneth Hammer transcript p. 23

Folder 6 Custer, George Armstrong

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 24-31

Folder 7 Far West (ship)

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 31-32

Folder 8 Knipe, Daniel A.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 32-51

Folder 9 Little Big Horn, Battle of, 1876,  I

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 51-63

Folder 10 Little Big Horn, Battle of, 1876,  II

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 63-79

Folder 11 Little Big Horn, Battle of, 1876,  III

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 79-113

Folder 12 Littman, Max

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 113-117

Box 3
Folder 1

Map data

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 118-121

Folder 2 Marsh, Grant

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 122-128

Folder 3 Martin, John

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 129-137

Folder 4 Nez Perce Indian wars, I

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 128-151

Folder 5 Nez Perce Indian wars, II

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 151-170

Folder 6 Photographs (see appendix)

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 170

Folder 7 Preface

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 170-175

Folder 8 Rosebud, Battle of, 1874

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 176-178

Folder 9 Scott, Hugh Lenox

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 178-187

Folder 10 Sundance Creek and Divide

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 187-189

Folder 11 Washita, Battle of, and Ben Clark interview on

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 190-206

Folder 12 Yellowhair

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 207-208

Folder 13 Yellowstone Campaign, 1873

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 209-210

Subseries: Box 4 Unclassified

Information taken from front of envelopes. Names in boldface are interviewees.

Folder 1 Envelope 2: Killing of Hoover boy by Cheyenne at Lamedeer Agency; Baker's battlefield, Pease Bottom, Torn Pension, LeForge, Paul McCormick

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 210-216

Folder 2 Envelope 3: Guerrier, Hancock burning village, Sand Creek, Lt. Kidder

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 217-225

Folder 3 Envelope 4: V.T. McGillycuddy, 1915: Battle White Clay Creek, Slim Butter, Wounded Knee, Indian police, California Joe, Red Cloud

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 225-233

Folder 4 Envelope 5: Cheyenne River Reservation, Sept. 1915; Slim Butter, Wounded Knee about Indian photos, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 233-243

Folder 5 Envelope 6: Barkley statement of 1874, gold expedition from Bozeman; odometer on Rosebud River, Sept. 1913; Bozeman expedition, 1874; Custer's camp, night of 6/24; Barkley; Wagon Box site

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 243-254

Folder 6 Envelope 8: biographical sketch of John Hunton; biographical sketch of John Richard; Fort Laramie, June 1918

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 255-264

Folder 7 Envelope 9: Garnett, Yellow Hand, Sioux names, etc.; Pine Ridge, June 1918

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 264-269

Folder 8 Envelope 10: Misc. interesting if not important; Interior and Crow Creek, 1917; Farnham, John Davidson, He Dog (1915); Calico; Joe Claymore

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 269-281

Folder 9 Envelope 11: Pine Ridge (includes map); chronology of Ogallala Sioux

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 282-295; 315-320; 476-479

Folder 10 Envelope 13: Gordon's train party of 76 men; Sioux City, Yankton, Pierre, Mo. River Points, Winnebago, Omaha

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 296-297

Folder 11 Envelope 14: Sappa Creek fight site, Apr. 23, 1875 (includes map); Inquiries: Omaha, Lincoln, Columbus, Neb., Ainsworth, Neb., Grand Island, Neb., Humboldt, Neb., Bern, Kan., Oberlin, Kan., Sappa Creek, Kan., Ash Hollow

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 298-300

Folder 12 Envelope 33: Misc. inquiries at...St. Paul, Milwaukee; little importance

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 300-301

Folder 13 Envelope 34: Routes etc. in Wyoming and Montana

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 301-306

Folder 14 Envelope 35: Cheyenne River Reservation; Wounded Knee

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 307-314

Folder 15 Envelope 36: Notes from Jacob Fry about killing of Black Bear by Capt. H.G. Nickerson's party; Clark's Bridge and over N. Platte, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 321

Folder 16 Envelope 37: Misc. notes...: Cheyenne, Wyo, Ft. Bridges, Salt Lake City, Denver, Bent's Fort, Sand Creek (includes map), Summit Springs

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 322-328

Folder 17 Envelope 38: Misc. notes and data about several Indian fights (includes map); also paragraphs for preface of book

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 329-334

Box 5
Folder 1

Envelope 41: Killing of Sitting Bull; Little Big Horn, Lame Deer, Sibley Scout, Fetterman, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 335-358

Folder 2 Envelope 42: Killing of McGee by Johnny Brughier, Louis Le Gore, etc.; E.H. Allison

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 359-360

Folder 3 Envelope 43: Three men Terry sent to Crook; assisting wounded of Reno to Far West, etc.; William Moran, 7th Infantry

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 360-362

Folder 4 Envelope 44: Bob Jackson and family by Harvey A. Fox and John A. Bailey. Not at Little Big Horn

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 362-363

Folder 5 Envelope 46: Notes from Bismarck Tribune and Indian Affairs reports; Surrender of Hostiles

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 363-365

Folder 6 Envelope 47: Beecher Island, Little Big Horn, Dull Knife, etc.; Bull Hump and White Bird, 1912 

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 365-368

Folder 7 Envelope 48: Notes of Smith F. Foster re: Major Price, Miles, Buffalo Wallow, German girls, adobe walls, etc.; Washington trip, 1921

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 368-380

Folder 8 Envelope 49: Misc. notes re: books, papers, etc. to check at Congressional Library

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 381-386

Folder 9 Envelope 50: Two references - two memos of Camp's thought on Whites and Indians Envelope 60: General thought of Camp - Whites and Indians

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 387-389

Folder 10 Envelope 62: Misc. notes re: Spotted Tail, Lieut. Kidder, Mrs. Eubank, Two Strike, etc.; Antoine Bordeaux, Little Hawk

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 390-394

Folder 11 Envelope 64: Crow war 1887; Maj. Burkhardt, 1/16/13; Beecher Island; Mrs. Eubank; capture of Sitting Bull; Gen. Frank Baldwin, 1/20/13; I.H.P. Wiggins, 1/20/13; Eli Zigler, 1/25/13; Col. Geo. S. Young; Running Wolf, 2/6/13; Rees, Walter S. Sterland, 2/5/13; Howard Morton, Chalmers Smith, 1/18/13

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 395-412

Folder 12 Envelope 65: W.B. Jordon; Surrender of Sitting Bull and his death by De Loria, grave and monument

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 412-416

Folder 13 Envelope 67: Sitting Bull in Canada: notes from letter in Regina Leader, 3-17-85; comment of court on surrender because starved out

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 416-417

Folder 14 Envelope 68: Location of Old Red Cloud Agency, west of Crawford, Neb.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 417

Folder 15 Envelope 69: Deaths of Head Chief and Young Mule per William Rowland, 9/26/13; Two Moons 9/26/13, Fetterman and Reynolds fights, etc.; Crook's fight 3/17/76, site of Wolf Mountain Battlefield

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 418-422

Folder 16 Envelope 70: Curly interview, 9/30/13, per Thomas LeForge, interpreter, etc.; Notes Crow: Cut Ear, Hairy Moccasin; Lt. C.F. Smith, Fetterman fight

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 434-440

Folder 17 Envelope 71: 1918: Lt. Fetterman, Bozeman Trail, Killing of Sioux messengers by Crows Gen. E.S. Godfrey, Antoine Bordeaux & Mrs. Bettelyon, Big Bat, Utah campaign 1857 & Ft. Bridges, Clarence Three Stars, George Little Dog

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 440-450

Folder 18 Envelope 72: Gen. John W. Bubb (Slim Butter), 11/19/15, Lt. Phil Kearney veterans, J.G. Tritten, Dennis Duffy, Hayfield fight, Lt. C.F. Smith, Frank Ruland, Killian Innes

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 422-433

Box 6
Folder 1

Envelope 75: Lamedeer fight, Charles Reynolds, Fetterman and Wagon Box, Gen. Miles, Powder River fight, 3/17/76; Gen. Morton, 1/27/14, Crook's starvation; Battle of the Rosebud, 6/17/76; Gen. Andrew F. Burt, Lt. C.F. Smith; Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth, 1/25/14, Gen. Howard, Bannock War of 1878

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 450-466

Folder 2 Envelope 77: Notes re: Little Big Horn from Young Hawk and Two Strikes who did not recall scout Baker; Rees

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 466-471

Folder 3 Envelope 78: Miss Collins, 1/15/13, re: Sitting Bull and Ghost Dance, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 471-480

Folder 4 Envelope 79: Col C.A. Booth, 9/7/12, at Pease Bottom with Co. B, 6/25/76, saw Curly after Little Big Horn kill buffalo (includes map)

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 480-483

Folder 5 Envelope 80: at Little Eagle, Goose, 7/26/11, Rev. Reed, etc., Sitting Bull's house

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 483-485

Folder 6 Envelope 81: Cheyenne River Reservation, July 1912, Little Crow, Lamedeer fight; misc. notes re: Hump, Little Big Horn, Bears Paw and Big Foot's band,

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 485-487

Folder 7 Envelope 82: William E. Morris, notes on Reno fight and escape to hill[?], names of men shot with or near Morris

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 488-489

Folder 8 Envelope 83: W.H. Norton, 1911, re: Muggins Taylor's dispatch of Little Big Horn from Gibbs; Mitch Bowyer, Mrs. Sloan, Countryman

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 489-494

Folder 9 Envelope 85: Col. R.E. Thompson saw bodies at Little Big Horn; Col. C.W. Taylor at Wounded Knee surrender, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 494-495

Folder 10 Envelope 86: Killing of Hugh Boyle and death of Head Chief and Young Uncle Lamedeer, Sept.13, 1890; from inquest and St. Paul Pioneer, 9/20/90

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 496-503

Folder 11 Envelope 87: Washita--Fort Cobb--from reports and letters in Missouri Repub. (St. Louis, Dec.-Jan. 68-69. Sheridan's Official Reports in Indian Territory.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 504-509

Folder 12 Envelope 88: Data from Roe and his report re: Custer Little Big Horn monument; re: fight, 8/11/73.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 517-520

Folder 13 Envelope 89: Wounded Knee: Data on monument and notes of battlefield and fight from Indian side (1910).

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 510-516

Folder 14 Envelope 90: Interviews re: Wounded Knee with Andrew Good Thunder, Little Hawk, No Flesh; Louis Bordeaux re: Beecher Island, etc., very important; Rosebud Reservation, Interviews, etc., Summer 1912.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 521-532, 536

Folder 15 Envelope 91: Notes re: Howard, Joseph, etc. from Felix Corbett, James Stewart, J.G. Rowton, and Mr. Stites.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 537-542

Folder 16 Envelope 92: Barnitz re: Washita; Col. E.J. McClernand after Little Big Horn; Garlington and McCormick.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 543-549

Folder 17 Envelope 115: Miscellaneous map data re: Little Big Horn.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 550-551

Folder 18 Envelope 116: Notes of surveys for Little Big Horn map; survey of trail.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 552-558

Folder 19 Envelope 121: Notes re: locations of bodies of Sergeant Butler and Corporal Foley at Little Big Horn.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 559-560

Folder 20 Envelope 122: Notes re: Ford A as identified by Roy.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 560

Box 7
Folder 1

Envelope 127: Notes re: Nez Perce, Bridger, Shoshones, Ben Clark. Names on picture of White Antelope, Shot in the Eye and Roman Nose; important.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 560-575

Folder 2 Envelope 129: Notes re: Indians and whites, Preface, Little Big Horn, Nez Perce, scouts, mules, and Dakota agencies, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 572, 576-600

Folder 3 Envelope 130: Notes re: Preface, whites and Indians, Little Big Horn, Wounded Knee, Canyon Creek, Bears Paw, etc. ( Lynch, Ryan, Scott, Barnitz, Knife, Garlington, etc.)

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 533-535, 601-617

Folder 4 Envelope 131: Notes re: whites and Indians, preface, Little Big Horn, Washita, Beecher Island, references Minnesota Historical Society, etc., Billy Jackson, Keirn[?], Mrs. Custer, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 618-629, 634-635

Folder 5 Envelope 132: Interviews with Little Wolf, Broken Foot, daughter of Dull Knife; Location of Fort Reno, Lamedeer, and Dull Knife fights; 1918 trip: Nor Cheyenne Reservation, Bozeman Trail, Little Wolf, Mrs. Flying

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 630-633, 636

Folder 6 Envelope 133: Miscellaneous questions (unanswered) at many places re: Nez Perce, etc.; books, articles, etc.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 637-650

Folder 7 Envelope 134: Notes re: whites and Indians, Preface, Little Big Horn, Nez Perce, etc.; Reference to Maguire's reports, etc.; Ben Clark biography by Mooney.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 650-666

Folder 8 Envelope 135: Notes, clippings, references, etc.; Notes from Herendeen, Ray, Gerard, W.B. Jordan, James Boyle, Creighton, etc.; and nothing important except references

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 666-684

Folder 9 Envelope 136: Notes re: Whites and Indians, Preface, Little Big Horn, Fetterman, Crook, etc. fights. Death of Left Hand.

Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 684-704

Subseries: Box 8 Field Notes. Unclassified - Miscellaneous I-IX

Folder 1 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 705-739

Folder 2 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 740-751

Folder 3 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 751-763

Folder 4 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 763-783

Folder 5 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 784-798

Folder 6 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 799-811

Folder 7 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 811-821

Folder 8 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 822-826

Folder 9 Kenneth Hammer transcript pp. 826-842

Series: Box 3
Folder 6

Appendix 1: Photographs

1. Camp, Walter Mason. n.d. "Photographed by [Rivkin?] in 1934 from photo by Gibson, Sykes & Fowler, McVickers Theater Bldg., Chicago, Ill..." 2 copies.

2. Summer trip among Indians, 1912: Grand River, Rosebud Reservation, Arickarees, One Bull. Photographs taken by Walter Mason Camp

a. Group scene of people seated on benches and chairs, listening to an Indian speak

b. Six Indians, including a young boy, seated in a tent

c. Indian in traditional dress; wagons and tents in background

d. Indian in traditional dress near doorway of log structure

e. Indian man and woman in traditional dress

f. Formal portrait of Indian in traditional dress

g. Formal portrait of seven male Indians in traditional dress

h. Group of Indians of various ages in traditional dress and one white male (W.M. Camp?)

i. Group of Indians and white male clergyman in church

j. Group of 16 people (white and Indian) posed in front of teepee and U.S. flag (Negative only)

k. Four white males posed in front of teepee (Negative only)

l. Copy of photograph of Indian in traditional dress, by A. Bogardus, 872 Broadway, cor. 18th St., N.Y.

3. DeSmet, Rev. Pierre Jean, S.J., Fort Berthold, North Dakota. n.d. Calling card photograph by Nichols & Howard, Photographers, 60 North Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo.

4. Reynolds, Joseph Jones. n.d. Photograph from The Collection of Americana of Frederick H. Meserve, New York

Series: Appendix 2: Maps

1. Camp, W[alter] M[ason]. "Surveyed by W. M. Camp, September, 1908." Indicates Reno's Advance to Attack Village, and other details including Ford A. Blueprint. 40.5x45cm. Notes in pencil with red pencilled heading: "Interview with McDougall, 6/26/09"

2. [Camp, Walter Mason]. Surveyed by [W. M. Camp? Date? (information torn off but matches above Survey)]. Indicates Reno's Advance to Attack Village, and other details including Ford B. Blueprint. 40.5x45cm. Notes in pencil with red pencilled heading: "Interview with Rees, 8/24/09"

3. Maguire, Lt. Edward, Corp of Engineers. "Custer's Battlefield, June 25, 1876." Drawn by Sergeant Charles Becker, Co. D, Battalion of Engineers, under Maguire's supervision. Blackprint. 38x52cm.

4. Maguire, Lt. Edward. "Map of the Line of March of the Troops serving in the Department of Dakota in the campaign against Hostile Sioux, 1876." Drawn by James E. Wilson, Sergeant, U.S. Engineers, under Maguire's supervision. Blueprint. 48x124cm. Two copies, one with notes in red pencil.

5. Maguire, Lt. Edward. "Plan of the Battlefield on the Little Big Horn Creek, Dakota Territory, June 25, 1876. to accompany his preliminary Report to the Chief of Engineers, Dated July 2, 1876." Blueprint. 22.5x27.3cm.

6. Maguire, Lt. Edward. "Plan of the Battlefield of the 7th Regt. Cav. (June 25, 1876). Lt. Col. Custer, Maj. Reno, Capt. Benteen, 7th Cav., Commanding." Blackprint. 33x44.2cm.

7. "Map of parts of Kansas, Indian Ter., Texas and New Mexico." In 4 parts, each 35x47.5cm. Photostats. Pencilled note reads: This four-sheet manuscript map is undoubtedly the one which accompanied Gen Miles Report of Mar. 4 1875 on the Indian Ter. Expn of 1874. W[illiam] C[arey] B[rown]." See: Hammer, page xi.

8. Mills, Capt. Anson, 3rd Cav. "Map of the Battle of Powder River between Companies E, I, & K, 2nd E, F, & M, 3rd Cavalry, under command of Col. J. J. Reynolds, 3rd Cavalry, and the hostile Band of Ogallala Sioux under Crazy Horse, March 17, 1876. A true transcription from the original by me submitted Apr 21, 76, Anson Mills." Blueprint. 34x43cm.

9. Morton, Charles, 2d Lt., 3rd Cav. "Map of the Route of the Big Horn Expedition Commanded by Brig. General Crook, March 1st to 26th, 1876." Stamped May 7, 1876, a true tracing, W. S. Stanton, Capt. of Engineers. Blueprint. 44.5x87cm.

10. Morton, Charles. "Sketch of Crazy Horse's village and vicinity." Stamped May 7, 1876, a true tracing, W. S. Stanton, Capt. of Engineers. Blueprint. 33.3x36cm. Notes in pencil

11. Red Cloud Agency. Map of Red Cloud Agency in Dawes County, T31N-R52W. 1913. Oilskin. 33x66.5cm. In pencil. Accompanied by notes entitled: Levels from River to the Monument. 2 pages. 10.5x13.5cm. In pencil

12. Oilskin map of an unidentified area. 29x37.5 cm. In pencil

13. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Big Horn National Forest, Wyoming, 1917. 52x51cm. Printed.

14. U. S. Dept. of Interior. Crow Indian Reservation, Montana, 1910. 78x105cm. Printed.

15. U. S. Geological Survey. Topographic map. Montana (Rosebud County), Rosebud Quadrangle. Surveyed 1891-92. 52x39.5cm. Printed. Notes in blue and black pencil

16. [U. S. Geological Survey. Topographic map.] [Montana], St. Xavier Quadrangle, and [Wyoming], Bald Mountain Quadrangle. Cut out and pasted together. 40x32cm. Printed. Notes in pencil

17. U. S. Geological Survey. Topographic map. Wyoming-Montana, Sheridan Quadrangle. Surveyed in 1898 and 1909. 50.4x42cm. Printed. Notes in pencil