Developments with Spain

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Date May 6, 1796
Author Name James Wilkinson (primary) Location: Greenville
Recipient Name Zebulon M. Pike (primary)
Summary General Wilkinson writes Capt. Zebulon Pike on the various issues affecting the western part of the Northwest territory. Lt. Thomas Underwood has received the pay for Pike's garrison as well as the summer clothing. Refers to the charges against Benjamin Sebastian being a paid agent of Spain, and Aaron Gregg's mission to the Spanish.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes Cited in Pike to Wilkinson, 07/03/1796.
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Related Persons/Groups Zebulon Pike; James Wilkinson; Thomas Underwood; Chickasaw; Spanish commissioner; Benjamin Sebastian; Spaniards; Anthony Wayne; Aaron Gregg; Lee; garrison; South American Ambassador to Kentucky; Indians;
Related Places Greenville; Natchez; Chickasaw Bluff; Mississippi River; Kentucky; Spain;
Keywords clothing; pay; treaty with Spain; boundary; Mississippi River; calumny; stores; orders; garrison;
Key Phrases "South American Ambassador to Kentucky"
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