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161. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1933-05-28 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1933-05-28 State history; Native Americans; crimes; kidnappings; Buck G. Fringe; Cherokee Indians; Irene Frothingham; Dorris, California Indian abducted widow. - Officials seek Buck G. Fringe and rich woman captive. - Police officers in northern California and southern Oregon were alert today to intercept Buck G. Fringe, Cherokee Indian,...

162. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1923-05-12 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1923-05-12 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; John Zachary; Louie Zachary; John Malthorn; H. D. Lawshe, Indian agent; Lee Parish; Pe Ell; Mary Pe Ell; Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation, Idaho; Coeur d'Alene Indians Jail Indian duo out seeing life. - Say pair took old folks' hoard for jamboree. - After filing money to the winds for two weeks in which joy rides, wine and "singing" were featured, John and Louie Zachary,...

163. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1928-03-23 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1928-03-23 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; vagrancy; Mary Vincent; Alfonso Montez; Spokane, Washington; Native American women Indian woman arrested on charge of vagrancy. - Mary Vincent, 28 years old, an Indian, was arrested today on a vagrancy charge after Alfonso Montez complained to the police that she had stolen $19 from...

164. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1935-10-27 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1935-10-27 State history; Native Americans; crimes; kidnappings; Dan Alfrey; Delia Smith; alcoholic liquor; Jess L. Frankum; robberies; Hartley P. Kester, attorney; Ray E. Durham, attorney; larceny Indians to cells. - Alfrey and Delia Smith are sentenced to prison. - Guilty kidnapping, theft. - Former convict tells judge he spent money from land for booze and then acquired crime ideas. - Wearing...

165. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1936-12-08 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1936-12-08 State history; Native Americans; crimes; kidnappings; June Robles; Native American women; Clarence W. Houston; Carlos Robles; Fernando Robles; Helen Robles; Albert M. Sames, judge; Fred Adams; Tucson, Arizona Little June robles again in court. - Amid a strange and colorful galaxy of brightly robed Indian squaws and dusty desert deputies, little June Robles, now nine years old, resplendent in Sunday finery,...

166. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1937-10-05 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1937-10-05 State history; Native Americans; crimes; kidnappings; obituaries; Jefferson M. Duley; Sioux Indians; Minnesota massacre,1862; John W. Linck, judge Traded for nag by red Indians. - J. M. Duley played leading role in Minnesota massacre 75 years ago. - A horse for the life of Jeff Duley.
His brother and sister were massacred; he was kidnapped and...

167. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1937-10-05 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Kidnapping. 1937-10-05 State history; Native Americans; crimes; kidnappings; Tacoma, Washington; obituaries; Minnesota massacre, 1862; Jefferson M. Duley; Sioux Indians A horse for the life of Jeff Duley.
His brother and sister were massacred; he was kidnapped and taken to live among the Indians.

168. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1918-06-20 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1918-06-20 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larcenies; assaults; Lewiston, Idaho; Thomas Reubens; James Morris; Nez Perce Indians; R. T. Thompson; Charles Woelflen Lewiston jailer is attacked. - Woelflen foils attempt by Indians to escape. - Thomas Reubens and James Morris, Nez Perce Indians arrested recently on the charge of stealing an automobile belonging to R....

169. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1920-09-18 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1920-09-18 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Stanley Meschell; Ed Taylor; Coeur d'Alene Indians; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Indians stealing auto plead guilty. - Will be sentenced this morning by the court at Coeur d'Alene. - Stanley Meschell and Ed Taylor, two Coeur d'Alene Indians, who have been in the county jail for the...

170. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1928-03-22 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1928-03-22 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larcenies; Ray Rickman; Tekoa, Washington; Mary Ralston; Mrs. Velma McWhirter; R. L. Phillips; Spokoma hotel Seeking Indians for ring theft. - Tekoa man tells police he was robbed--Claims eight rings missing. - Six pearl rings, one white gold ring and one yellow gold ring were stolen from Ray Rickman, Tekoa,...

171. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1928-03-24 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1928-03-24 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; vagrancy; Mary Vincent; Alfonso Montez; Spokane, Washington; Native American women; alcoholic liquor For participating in the theft of $19 from Alfonso Monte in a hotel room, Mary Vincent, Indian, was sentenced in police court this morning to serve 30 days in jail on a state vagrancy charge. She pleaded...

172. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-04-29 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-04-29 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Narcis Pascal; Otto Might; Spokane, Washington; Reardan, Washington Indian is arrested. - Narcis Pascal, Indian, who was released from the county jail last Saturday after serving a six-month s sentence for larceny, was rearrested at Reardan last night, said to be driving...

173. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-07-30 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-07-30 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Isaac Hill; Nez Perce Indians; Charles Wilson; Pendleton, Oregon; Harry Dent, Sheriff Recover "Indian gifts". - Stolen articles were traded for gas and oil. - Isaac Hill, 17, Nez Perce Indian, of Lapwai, is in the county jail and probably will answer to a charge of grand larceny.

174. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-10-04 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-10-04 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; vagrancy; G. W. Stocker, judge; Damas Arippa; alcoholic liquor Grateful for jail term. - Hard work ukase only increases Indian's enthusiasm. - "Thirty days," announced Justice G. W. Stocker in police court Saturday in the case of Damas Arippa, Indian, charged with...

175. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-10-09 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1931-10-09 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Spokane, Washington; Ignaz Phillips; Officer Windmaiser; E. B. Hutcheck; alcoholic liquor Officer read mind of red. - Knew Phillips stole blankets and proof of accusation appeared. - Ignaz Phillips, 29, Indian, arrested at Trent and Bernard by Patrolman Morris Thursday night, had two blankets...

176. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1932-05-27 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1932-05-27 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; McNeil island penitentiary; John Rickman; Pe-Ell George; Sawbone Polotkin; Coeur d'Alene reservation, Idaho; Tensed, Idaho; Judd McNeil Indians are sentenced. - John Rickman, 60, was given 13 months in the McNeil island penitentiary and Pe-Ell George, 30, was given 10 months in jail on conviction today of intent of petty larceny October...

177. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1932-12-16 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1932-12-16 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Fort Simcoe, Washington Poor Indians' stores stolen. - Indian police officers are looking for the "world's meanest man." They discovered the theft of 600 pounds of bacon, beans, flour and sugar from a warehouse at Fort Simcoe,...

178. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1933-03-02 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1933-03-02 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Henry Kelly; Chippewa Indians; A. H. Hilbush Indian confesses taking pay check. - Henry Kelly, Chippewa Indian, who is alleged to have taken a government pay check from the United States marshal's office Tuesday, is being held in the county jail...

179. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1933-07-12 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1933-07-12 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Tom Claggett, special Indian officer; Plummer, Idaho; E. J. Bailey, judge; "Bud" Holt Claggett freed of charge. - Indian officer dismissed after hearing on larceny accusation. - A larceny charge against Tom Claggett, special Indian officer, Plummer, Idaho, was dismissed today in Justice...

180. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1934-01-24 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Larceny. 1934-01-24 State history; Native Americans; crimes; larceny; Mary Saluskin; A. Koleff; Yakima, Washington; Native American women Burial robes regained. - Disconsolate Indian again ready for happy hunting ground. - The great spirit was waiting to claim Mrs. Mary Saluskin, aged Indian woman, but she was not ready for the journey to...
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