Woodville G. Staubly letter
One letter (January 8, 1882) from Woodville G. Staubly to a Mr. Beckwith. Written from Fort Grant, Arizona Territory. Staubly discusses the Indians condemned to death for a massacre at Fort Apache, and other aspects of U. S. government Indian policy.
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Biographical / Historical
Woodville Godfrey Staubly, b. 1856 Petersburg, VA; VMI Class of 1877; pharmacist; died before 1903.