The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 40, July 1936 - April, 1937 Page: 153
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Journal of George W. Barbour, May to October, 1851 153
Camp Belt May 24th 1851 Nothing done today. Still waiting
the arrival of supplies.
Camp Belt May 25th /51 Nothing of interest occurred today.
Supplies not yet arrived
Camp Belt May 26th 1851 A large delegation of Indians
of the following tribes,
Yo-lem-ne Jose Antonio
Yow-len-che Cho-he-ana & Yo-tro-i
arrived today to have a "Talk" and as usual complained of being
very hungry. The Commissioner had two beeves killed for them,
and gave them two sacks of flour, and they promised to meet the
Commissioner on the Cahwia River, together with various other
tribes to make a Treaty
Camp Belt May 27th 1851 About 5 O'clock this morning
tents were struck, and we took up our march for the Cahwia
River, and at Sunset Reached a point on said stream selected
as Camp Keyes; Here the Commissioner expects to meet and
treat with the various tribes in this section of the Country,
To be continued.
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