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This letter dated January 20, 1936, from B. O. Angell, Examiner of Inheritance for the United States (US) Office of Indian Affairs, to Eugene Burdick, answers Burdick's inquiry about Charles Fool Bear's claim against Catfish's estate. Angell notes that considerable testimony was taken in consideration of the case and that ultimately, Catfish's will was approved, meaning Fool Bear has no further legal claim to the estate.
Letter from Eugene Burdick to B. O. Angell Regarding Catfish's Estate, January 16, 1936
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will, estate, probate
Fort Peck Indian Agency, United States Department,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, US Department of the Interior, US Office of Indian Affairs of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs
Catfish, Charles Fool Bear, Eugene Burdick, B. O. Angell
Angell, B. O., "Letter from B. O. Angell to Eugene Burdick Regarding Catfish's Estate, January 20, 1936" (1936). Usher Burdick Papers. 121.