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Indian Treaty, British Relations, Deceit

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Source Name Image(s)
CollectionPrinted Version only view image
MicrofilmHistorical Society Of Pennsylvania: Anthony Wayne Papers (no image)
PublicationKnopf, Richard C., ed. Anthony Wayne, A Name In Arms: The Wayne-Knox-Pickering-McHenry Correspondence. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1960. (no image)
Document Information
Date May 7, 1795
Author Name Timothy Pickering (primary) Location: War Office
Recipient Name Anthony Wayne (primary)
Summary Noted submission of letters and a treaty which he seemed to meet his approval. President advised that Wayne remain on his guard for a large contingency of Indians Mentioned the treachery of Pontiac towards the British. Discussed providing clothing to Indians, but will not provide Commissions to the Chiefs. Discussed the intervention of Lord Dorchester in controlling the Irish priest E. Burke.
Document Format Printed Document
Document Notes Cited in Wayne to Pickering, 06/17/1795.
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Related Persons/Groups Anthony Wayne; Timothy Pickering; President; Indians; hostiles; Pontiac; chief; western tribe; tribe; English; British; O'Hara; Six Nations; commissioners; Spanish governor; DeButts; Butler; colonel; Morgan; general; militia; army; Wyandot; Edmond Burke; Irish; priest; William Johnson; Blue Jacket; Secretary of State; Minister; Lord Dochester; ;
Related Places War Office; Virginia; Great Britain; Detroit; Pittsburgh; Florida; Louisiana; ;
Keywords letters; paper; treaty; clothing; baubles; trinkets; instructions; documents; certificate; ;
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