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Indian affairs

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CollectionGeorgia Historical Society: #373-Benjamin Hawkins Papers view image
Document Information
Date April 3, 1797
Author Name Benjamin Hawkins (primary) Location: Tellico, South of the Ohio
Recipient Name Esau Tustunnagau (primary)
Summary Hawkins discusses various matters concerning Efau Tustunnagau's nation, including a survey of boundary lines and Efau Tustunnagau's trip to see the U. S. President
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Efau Tustunnagau; Benjamin Hawkins; Rogers; General Pickens; Indian Nation; Chickaran; Morgan; Colonel David Henley; Sergeant; Esau Tustunnagau; principal temporary agent for Indian affairs south of the Ohio River; Chickasaw; Creek; Sergeant Thrap; Mr. Rogers; ungovernable young men; supreme executive of United States; President of United States; ;
Related Places Tellico, South of the Ohio; Ohio River; Cumberland; post; ;
Keywords boundary between United States and Indian nations; horses; boundary; money; horse stealing; punishment; ;
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