The Only Digest of Indian Territory Statutes Carter, Dorset, Compiler. Annotated Statutes of the Indian Territory: Embracing All Laws of a General and Permanent Character in Force at the Close of the Second Session of the Fifty-Fifth Congress. St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1899. lxxxiv, 1149 pp. Octavo (10" x 6-3/4"). Later library buckram, red and black lettering pieces and black-stamped shelf number and institution name to spine, endpapers renewed. Negligible light shelfwear and soiling, light toning to text, library stamp to title page, brief library annotations to verso. $450. * Only edition. Established in 1834, Indian Territory was the unorganized area set aside by the United States Government for the relocation of Native Americans. Most of this territory was in Arkansas and Oklahoma, though its borders shifted over the decades as territory was taken away from it. The final piece of the territory was eliminated in 1907 with the creation of Oklahoma. Babbitt, Hand-List of Legislative Sessions and Session Laws 111.
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