Office of Supt Indian Affairs San Francisco Cal May 20th 1856
In the absence of the Supt Indian Affairs I have the honor to enclose herewith copies of Reports of labor in Nome Lackee Reservation for the three weeks ending April 26, May 3rd + 10th 1856
Respectfully Your Obt. Servt. Tho. P. Madd[??] Clerk to Supt
Hon G. [?]. Manypenny. Court[?] of Indian Affairs Washington D.C.
Report of Labor on Nome Lackee Military Reservation California for the week ending April 26th, 1856
Monday April 21st, 1856 Knott working with Indians in the garden-- Hudson running 7 plows on Toms Creek--McHenry in Shop--Laevek white washing--Mathin plowing more corn land -- Griu Squires at the Mill -- Masery herding Stock -- Jenison cooking -- Mrs Jenison & girls making pants Farley gone with wagon to foot of mountains for load of clap boards
Tues 22nd -- Farley gone to Tehama for flour fish &e -- All the others Same as yesterday.
Wednesday 23rd -- Farley returned from Tehama -- Knott with Small wagon gone to Toms Creek to carry plows &e -- McHenry in Shop -- Griu and Squires at Mill Laevek hauling wood -- Jenison Mrs Jenison Masery Same as Monday.
Thursday 24th -- Same work going on as on Monday.