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Division of Land and Peace Treaty

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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 September 20, 1795
Author Name Anthony Wayne (primary) Location: Greene Ville
Recipient Name Timothy Pickering (primary)
Summary Transmitted by Col. O'Hara the original treaty between U.S. and all hostile tribes from North West of the Ohio river. Details on Indian tribes being detained by British and land jobbers. Discussed details of new boundaries and division of land among trading companies from Detroit.
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Related Persons/Groups Timothy Pickering; Anthony Wayne; O'Hara; colonel; British; hostiles; tribes; Indians; Indian Nation; banditti; Whitesides; land jobbers; Ottawa; Wyandot; Pottawatomie; Putawatimes; Massey; Askin & Co.; Baubee & Co; trading company; Union; ;
Related Places Greene Ville; north west; territory; frontier; Ohio river; River Raisin; Miamis; lake; Grand Glaize; Illinois; Mississippi; Detroit; Huron river; ;
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