Collection Timeline

1855 to 1945

1855

Treaty between the United States of America and the Nez Percé Indians, June 11, 1855, ratified April 29, 1859 (Facsimile)

1863

Treaty between the United States of America and the Nez Percé Tribe of Indians, concluded June 9, 1863, ratification advised, April 17, 1867, proclaimed April 20, 1867 (Facsimile)

1873

Letter from Robert H. Fletcher to Stanton Gilbert Fisher

1875

Major Edward S. Farrow

1878

Colonel J. W. Redington

1880

Stanton Gilbert Fisher Chief Joseph [01]

1888

Stanton Gilbert Fisher's 1888 Trail Diary

1893

Envelope for the Puyallup Commerce

1900

Incidents Connected With The Early Settlement of Fort Hall, Idaho Collection of Short Stories by Stanton Fisher Photocopied photos of soldiers and scouts from the Nez Perce War of 1877 Portrait of Chief Ollokot Map of Central Idaho Colonel Ad Chapman [01] Colonel Ad Chapman [02] Colonel F. J. Parker

1901

Chief Joseph [03] and the Cayuse Twins Chief Joseph [02]

1905

The Last of the Indian Chiefs Some Old Scouts and Their Deeds

1912

Postcard to from John W. Redington to Don Fisher

1916

Letter to from William Johnson to Don Fisher Postcard of Nez Perce Indian war dance Postcard of Chief Yellow Bull of the Nez Perce Tribe

1920

Receipt with Don Fisher's initials

1922

Letter from Capt. Robert H. Fletcher to Don Fisher Redington Tried to Attend Dinner

1923

Campaign in Central Idaho (Map) Joseph's Retreat (Map) His Mother's Influence Was Guiding Power of Warren Harding's Life

1930

Fisher family census records from 1880, 1910, and 1930 Battlefield, Beaverhead Nat'l Forest, Montana [01] Monument at Big Hole Battleground Colonel Redington Pays Tribute to Super-Scout Scouts Saved the Troopers Always Welcome Saw Indian War

1931

Uncle Sam Classifies Pioneer Indian Fighters as Non-Combatants

1935

Fisher's Memoirs (1890 - 1935) Envelope to Fred Rice from Freda Terry

1945

Magazine Clipping Memorial of Chief Joseph's capture of Montana tourists Gravestone for Johnathan Chamberlin and his dog, Hattie Fencepost possibly at the cemetary containing the grave of Johnathon Chamberlin General Howards Headquarters at Foster's Monument Gravestone for Johnathan Chamberlin and his dog, Hattie Memorial of General Howard's Headquarters Whitebird Battleground Foster's Monument