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July 17, 1868]                                        JOURNAL OF THE SENATE                                        677
     Mr. Anthony, from the Committee on Printing, to whom was referred a motion to print the report of Brevet Brigadier General W.F. Reynolds, reported the following resolution, which was considered, by unanimous consent, and agreed to:
      Resolved, That the report proper of General Reynolds upon his explorations in the valley of the Yellowstone river be printed with the maps, but without the illustrations, and that 3,000 extra copies be printed and bound for the use of the Senate; and that the Secretary of the Senate be directed to return the appendices to General Reynolds's report to the chief engineer of the army of the United States.

Yellowstone Congressional History - Printing of General Reynolds' Exploration of the Yellowstone River - July 17, 1868

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Printing of Lt Doane's 1870 Expedition Report S. 392 Presented to President for Signature
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H. R. 764 Presented by Mr. Clagett S. 392 the Signed Bill
House of Representatives Bill 764 Notification of Senate S. 392 Approved & Signed
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Senate Bill 392 Reconnaissance Report of Yellowstone River 1871
Public Lands Report with Amendments on S. 392 Secretary of Interior Amendment Recommendation
S. 392 Pass and Concurrence of House Requested Superintendent's 1872 Report
S. 392 Passed, ask for Concurrence of House S. 581 Amendment to S. 392
Public Lands Report on S. 392 H. R. 2781 Amendment to S. 392

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