Spanish Have Evacuated Their Posts, Etc.

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CollectionMississippi Department of Archives and History: Territorial Governor Papers -RG2 view image
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Date April 19, 1798
Author Name Isaac Guion (primary) Location: Natchez
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary) Location: War Department
Summary Among other matters, Captain Guion announces that the Spanish troops have evacuated their posts at Walnut Hills and Natchez. The buildings and posts were left in the same state as when they were occupied by His Majesty's troops. American troops are much in want of clothing and medical supplies. The Indians also want to know when supplies will be sent to them.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; Isaac Guion; Major Freeman; Spanish; Major Kersey; troops; Wilkins; Samuel C. Young; Robert Cochran; George Cochran; Quartermaster General Department; Secretary of War; Spanish Troops; Indians; Captain Wade; James O'Hara; Abijah Hunt; contractor; ;
Related Places New Orleans; Mississippi River; Spain; Walnut Hills; War Department; Natchez; ;
Keywords Pinckney's Treaty; Treaty of San Lorenzo; clothing; works; medical aid; Mitchell's Post; provisions; ;
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