Bioestadistica: una perspectiva bayesiana by Jose Miguel Bernardo
By Jose Miguel Bernardo
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Mounted “lighthorse police,” who had broader jurisdiction and more extensive powers than the sheriffs and constables, patrolled the nations in search of lawbreakers. Beginning in 1878, the federally operated Indian agencies in the territory also maintained police forces; some of their members held commissions as deputy United States marshals. The agency police, army, and deputy marshals had power over whites that the tribal authorities lacked. Close observers of affairs in the Indian Territory insisted that the great majority of Indians there were law-abiding and that the large and growing number of whites was the source of most of the criminality.
As Ed Bearss and Arrell M. Gibson tell us in their history of Fort Smith, “Each railhead and construction camp became a kind of Satan’s paradise. ” Before Parker took his place on the Fort Smith bench, the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas had a troubled history. When Arkansas had but one district court, its Indian Territory jurisdiction proved difficult to exercise. Federal marshals and their deputies had to travel from Little Rock to apprehend and bring back Indian A TOWN, A COURT, AND A TERRITORY 33 Territory suspects.
In this he was following in the footsteps of his first political idol, Stephen A. Douglas, who had served conspicuously in the committees on territories in both the House and the Senate. ” As a representative from Missouri, one of the westernmost American states, Parker’s assignment to the committee was a logical one. He focused his attention on one territory in particular: Indian Territory. Occupying much of present-day Oklahoma, it was not a territory in the traditional sense. Ordinarily, a territory had a governor and other federally appointed officials, a legislature chosen by the voters, and elective local officials.