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Indian Tribes Associated With This Agency
The heading "Winnebago" was not used retularly for the correspondence relating to the principal agency for the Wennebago Indians until 1847. The correspondence dated before 1830 relates to Winnebago Indians rather than to the arrairs of any one agency. The letters from 1840 to 1836 relate primarily to two subagencies for the Winnebago Indians that operated independently of the main agency at Prairie du Chien.
Fort Winnebago Subagency Subagents
John H. Kinzie 1828, Robert A. McCabe 1833
Rock River Subagency Subagents
Henry Gratiot 1831, Thomas A.B. Boyd 1837, David Lowry 1839, James McGregor 1844, Jonathan E. Fletcher 1845.
Winnebago Agents and Appointment Dates
Jonathan E. Fletcher 1848, Abram M. Fridley 1850, Jonahtah E. Fletcher 1848, Abram M. Findley 1850, Jonathan E. Fletcher 1853,Charles H. Mix 1858, St. A. D. Balcombe 1861, Charles Mathewson 1865, George W. Wilkinson 1869, Howard White 1875.
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