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Indians Now Assembing to Engage Americans; Request for Hurons to Assemble As Well

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Date June 9, 1794
Author Name Painted Tobacco (primary)
Recipient Name Chiefs of the Huron (primary)
Summary Informs the Hurons that the Chippewa, Poutawatomie, Shawnee, Mingo, Delaware, and Miami are assembling after hearing cannon fire near a Chippewa settlement [presumably the American army approaching]. Summons the Hurons and "all the others along with you."
Document Format Copy of Signed Document
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Related Persons/Groups Painted Tobacco; Alexander McKee; Chippewa; Poutawatomie; Shawnee; Mingo; Delaware; Miami Chippewa; Hurons; American Army; Colonel Alexander McKee; enemy; Indians; spy; ;
Related Places Au Glaize; Glaize; Grey Eyes Town; upper villages of Glaize; Fallen Timbers; Rapids; upper villages; ;
Keywords news; cannon; Battle of Fallen Timbers; message; ;
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