DU Special Collections

White Population, Indian Reservations, Indian Range or Hunting Ground

Title:
White Population, Indian Reservations, Indian Range or Hunting Ground
Creator:
Walker, Francis Amasa, 1840-1897
Date:
1874
Type:
Map
Format:
reformatted digital
Description:
Raster, Original Sheet(s): 22 x 27 cm., The first of these articles was published in the North American review, April, 1873; the second, in the International review, May, 1874; the third, in Walker's report, as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1872., Website description: Walker served as Commissioner of the Indian Bureau while also Superintendent of the Ninth Census in the 1870s, and in both capacities relied on maps., Relief shown by hachures., Map to accompany a book-length reprint of three articles on relations with the Indians by Walker, a former U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Shows Indian reservations, range and hunting grounds in relation to concentrations of Whites on the Great Plains, the Intermountain West and the Pacific Slope., Host/Source Creator: Walker, Francis Amasa, 1840-1897. Host Type of Resource: text. Host Extent: 268 p. : map ; 19 cm. Host Classification: E93.W17 Host Notes: The first of these articles was published in the North American review, April, 1873; the second, in the International review, May, 1874; the third, in Walker's report, as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1872., Last alternate title from Website.