Happy Accommodation of All Past Differences Among the Four Nations

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Date October 28, 1797
Author Name Chief Cussetah King (primary) Location: Cussetah Square
Recipient Name [not available]
Summary Speech of the Cussetahs and lower towns to the Chickasaws in reply to an address.
Document Format Copy of document
Document Notes Partially illegible. Pages out of order.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Cussetahs; King of the Chickasaws; chiefs; Four Nations; the President [Adams]; deputies; Creek hunters; red people, old and young; Indian nations; warriors; ;
Related Places Cussetah Square;
Keywords ten towns present; evidence of friendship; hunting; happy accomodation of all past differences; stolen horses; mischief; this speech; ;
Key Phrases I hope they will be friendly to each other...;
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