Yankton Press & Dakotan
October 18, 1941 (evening), p. 1, col. 3
Indian Arrested for Selling Livestock
CHICAGO, Oct. 18, (AP) — Dale Packard, 21, who said he was a Crow Indian from Wagner, S. D., was ordered removed to Sioux Falls on a charge of disposing of livestock on an Indian reservation without the superntendent’s [sic] permission. U. S. Commissioner Edwin K. Walker, who ordered the removal, was informed by the district attorney’s office that Packard was accused of taking two horses from his uncle, Orson Packard, selling one and abandoning the other before taking the train for Chicago.
I purchased roughly 25 original issues of the Yankton (South Dakota) Press & Dakotan, dating from 1938 to 1946. I am systematically going through every issue and will be posting the articles that include the names of individuals. I am happy to email full-size scans of any article. Feel free to ask.
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