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Report of the United States Indian Inspector for the Indian Territory was an annual report to the US government concerning governance and education within the Indian Territory.
The Indian Territory was designated in the 1800s, and eventually dwindled to include the eastern portion of what is now Oklahoma. I do not know when the territory's Indian Inspector began filing annual reports, but they ended in 1907, when the state of Oklahoma was created, superseding the former Indian Territory. The title varied somewhat during the run listed here.
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