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UNITED STATES SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS
 Senate Hearing 95th Congress
SECOND SESSION
ON
S.  2000


From Morton Silver
to
U.S. Attorney General
October 1, 1953


(Retyped for clarity)

Morton H. Silver                                                            Ft. Lauderdale Fla., Office
Attorney At Law                                           Charles H. Monast, Associate
                                                                       Lawyer's Building
                                                                                     _____________

3332 Biscayne Building        Telephone 2-2162

                       19 West Flagler Street
                          Miami 32, Florida
                        __________________
                           Telephone 82-8515

 

        October 1, 1953

Registered Mail****RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

Attorney General of the
United States of America
Washington, D. C.

Attention: Mr. J. Edward Williams

Dear Sir:

I have been asked by the General Council of the Seminole Indians to write to you and convey the following information in reference to two petitions filed before the Indian Claims Commission, numbered 73 and 73A.

The General Council has stated that the aforesaid petitions have not been authorized by them or for them.

The General Council has stated that it is not their desire or intention, now or in the future, to accept any money from the United States Government.

         Please advise,

Respectfully,

 

/a/ Morton H. Silver

    Morton H. Silver


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