Right of Way Through Indian Lands - 1901
AMENDED REGULATIONS CONCERNING RIGHT OF WAY FOR RAILWAY LINES (WITH TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE) THROUGH INDIAN LANDS. Department of the Interior. Washington. 1901. Printed wraps, 14 pgs. “The following regulations are prescribed under the act of March 2, 1899 (Public – No. 150), granting right of way for a railway, telegraph, and telephone line through any Indian reservation, lands held by any tribe or nation in Indian Territory, lands reserved for agency or other purposes connected with Indian service, or allotted lands.” Vg cond.