INDIAN RELICS TO BE ON EXHIBITION.
Mo. Valley Historical Society's Celebration Begins This Week.
Silver shoe buckles worn by Pocahontas and the great seal of William Walker, the first governor of the territory of Nebraska, will be on view at the rooms of the Missouri Valley Historical Society all week, beginning on Tuesday evening.
The exhibit, which will include many other Indian relics, is in celebration of "American Indian week." There will be address on Tuesday evening by Mrs. John A. Hale, a member of the Great Turtle clan of the Wyandottes, and by Mrs. Madeline M. Garrettson, a member of the Pottawatomie tribe. Mrs. Hale is a niece of governor Walker and Mrs. Garrettson is the granddaughter of the commissioner appointed by the Canadian government to move the Pottawatomies to the northern part of the United States. Her father was appointed by the federal authorities to move the tribe to the reservation near St. Mary's, Kas.
The public is invited to view the exhibit. No admission will be charged.