Extract of a talk from the Chief of the Oaksuskies to James Seagrove

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Date May 14, 1795
Author Name Creek Chiefs
Recipient Name James Seagrove
Summary This document is a copy of a talk between White Lieutenant, Chief of the Upper Creeks, and U.S. Indian Commissioner, James Seagrove. The date of the talk is 1 May 1795. The copy of the talk arrived in Savannah on 14 May 1795. Peace agreement.
Document Format Copy of Signed Document
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Related Persons/Groups Creek Chiefs; White Lieutenant; James Seagrove; Oaksuskies; Creek; Indian Nation; Indians; Agent of Indian Affairs; prisoners; Negroes; Governor William Blount; commissioner; Cherokee; Tim Barnard; Joseph Cornet; Joseph Cornel; Upper Creeks; Lower Creeks; deputy chief; Cornell; interpreter; agent; negros; prisoners; General Robertson; ;
Related Places Cussita town; Cussetah town; Savannah; Georgia; western territory; land; Oaksuskies; Cumberland; Kentucky; ;
Keywords journey; horses; property; sharp weapons; resolution; hatchets; guns; sharp weapon; ;
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