Oregon and Washington Volunteers

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
Oregon and Washington Volunteers  (1859) 
by George L. Curry
House Misc. Doc. No. 47, 35th Congress, 2nd Session

35th Congress,
2d Session.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mis. Doc.
No 47.


PROTECTION AFFORDED BY VOLUNTEERS OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON TERRITORIES TO OVERLAND IMMIGRANTS IN 1854.


PAPERS

TRANSMITTED BY

THE SECRETARY OF OREGON TERRITORY,

RELATIVE TO

The protection afforded by the volunteers of Oregon and Washington Territories to overland immigrants in 1854.


December 9, 1858.—Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

February 3, 1859.—Ordered to be printed.


List of papers from the secretary of the Territory of Oregon, relative to the protection rendered by volunteers to overland immigrants in the year A. D. 1854, forwarded for the action of Congress thereon, in pursuance of a joint resolution of the legislative assembly of said Territory adopted February 3, A. D. 1858.

Governor Curry’s message to the president of the council, transmitting documents relative to the hostility of Indians and the protection of immigrants in 1854, dated December 18, 1857.

Quartermaster General C. S. Drew’s despatch to Governor Davis, dated July 7, 1854.

Governor Davis’ orders to Quartermaster General C. S. Drew, dated July 17, 1854.

Governor Davis’ orders to Colonel John E. Ross, dated July 17, 1854.

Colonel J. E. Ross’ call for one company of mounted volunteers, dated August 5, 1854.

Colonel J. E. Ross’ orders to Captain Jesse Walker, dated August 8, 1854.

Governor Curry’s letter to General Lane, dated September 18,1854.

Governor Curry’s letter to General Lane, dated September 20,1854.

Governor Curry’s letter to the President of the United States, dated September 25, 1854.

Captain Jesse Walker’s report to Colonel J. E. Ross, dated November 6, 1854.

Colonel J. E. Ross’ report to Governor Curry, dated November 10, 1854.

Quartermaster General C. S. Drew’s report to Governor Curry, dated December 30, 1854.

Joint resolution of the legislative assembly of Oregon, relative to to [sic] the service of Captain Olney’s company of mounted volunteers, adopted December 11, 1854.

Joint resolution of the legislative assembly of Oregon, relative to the service of Captain Jesse Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, adopted January 26, 1855.

Memorial of the legislative assembly of Oregon, relative to the service of Captain Olney’s company of mounted volunteers, passed January 23, 1856.

Memorial of the legislative assembly of Oregon, relative to the Oregon Indian war of 1855-’56, passed January 31, 1856.

Memorial of the legislative assembly of Oregon, relative to the service of Captain Jesse Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, passed January 31, 1856.

Memorial of the legislative assembly of Oregon, relative to the service of Captain Olney’s company of mounted volunteers, passed January 13, 1857.

Late Quartermaster General C. S. Drew’s letter to Governor Curry, transmitting correspondence, depositions, &c., relative to the service of Captain Jesse Walker’s company, dated December 14, 1857.

Deposition of the principal merchants and traders of Jacksonville, Oregon Territory, relative to the hostility of Indians in southern, Oregon, prices of supplies, &c., dated November 12, 1857.

Verified statement of D. R. Calhoon, relative to the necessity of the service rendered by Captain Jesse Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, dated November 13, 1857.

Verified statement of E. W. Conner on the same subject next above referred to, dated November 18, 1857.

Verified statement of W. T. Kershaw, relative to the disposition of the Indians on the southern Oregon immigrant road since 1851, and to the necessity of the service rendered by Captain Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, dated November 21, 1857.

Letter of E. Steele, esq., relative to the general disposition of the Indians of northern California and southern Oregon, from the year A. D. 1850 to 1854, and the necessity for the service of Captain Jesse Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, dated November 23, 1857.

Letter of Hon. A. M. Rosborough, relative to Indian affairs within his agency in 1854, dated November 23, 1857.

Letter of Joel Palmer, late superintendent of Indian affairs for Oregon, relative to the service of Captain Jesse Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, dated December 17, 1857.

Joint resolution of the legislative assembly of Oregon, with the report of the committee on military affairs pertaining thereto, relative to the service of Captain Jesse Walker’s company of mounted volunteers, adopted February 3, 1858.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).