In the summer of 1873, quite a party of us went to the Otoe reservation to see just how the Indians lived.
The Otoe Indian reservation lies but a mile south-east of Wymore.
The first is half Otoe and half Omaha; the second, who is represented sitting, is a full-blood Missouria.
Mr. Bloohm has not yet arrived from the Otoe mission, but we look for him daily.
Is an Otoe Indian, though his grandfather belonged to the Iowa tribe.
It is a tract of land that was given to the Otoe Indians in 1854, but one-half was sold five years ago.