[Copy of James Davidson's talk to John McKee delivered by runner]

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Date February 1, 1795
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Summary Scalp taken reasons for Indian warfare and killing. Requests opinion of United States on his actions. Noted council being held by Indian chiefs and warriors. Assured recipient (possibly Gov. Blount) of loyalty to United States.
Document Format Copy of Signed Document
Document Notes Partially illegible.
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Related Persons/Groups John McKee; James Davidson; runner; chief; warriors; Stallion; Creek; Tuckaboaties; Tuckabatches; Governor William Blount; Turkey; Dinsmoor; Dinsmore; Dinsmor; ;
Related Places Tellico Block House; Georgia; South Carolina; Ellijoy; frontiers; Tuckaboaties; Tuckabatches; Willistown; Lower Twons; ;
Keywords scalp; ammunition; white wampum; council; talk; ;
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James Davidson is a principal chief of the valley settlements