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Omaha and Winnebago
April 11,"    4

Hon. H. Price.
Comm'r. of Indian Affairs.

Sir:-

I have the honor to report the following case for approval.

On May 14, 186[[0?]], William Barnaby, a half-breed Omaha, married Julia Barada, the daughter of Antoine Barada, a half-breed Omaha, residing on the Nemaha Reservation.  After William Barnaby's marriage he brought his wife to this Reservation to live with his mother a full-blood Omaha, who named Mary Barnaby, who afterward married a Ponca Indian named [[?Paqinaker]], and died on 


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