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This letter dated December 26, 1935, from Eugene Burdick to John G. Hunter, Superintendent of the Fort Peck Indian Agency, makes inquiry into the estate of Catfish, which is contested by Charles Fool Bear. Eugene Burdick mentions that the case has been referred to him by his father, Usher Burdick, and inquires whether there are any "Indian laws" that would support the claim of a direct heir over heirs named in a will.
Letter from John G. Hunter to Eugene Burdick Regarding Catfish's Estate, January 2, 1936
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will, estate, probate
Fort Peck Tribes, Fort Peck Assiniboine, Canoe Paddler Band of Assiniboine, Red Bottom Band of Assiniboine, Fort Peck Indian Agency,Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation (Montana), the Fort Peck Tribes, Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes
Charles Fool Bear, John G. Hunter, Catfish, Usher Burdick, Eugene Burdick
Burdick, Eugene, "Letter from Eugene Burdick to John G. Hunter Regarding Catfish's Estate, December 26, 1935" (1935). Usher Burdick Papers. 117.