[A talk from the Mad Dog and Big Warrior of the Tuckabatcet in behalf of the Creek Nation to James Seagrove]

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Date April 22, 1795
Author Name Mad Dog (primary)
Recipient Name James Seagrove (primary)
Summary Advice from U.S. on peace between tribes to save land was good. Noted killing of Creek hunters by Chickasaws, Creeks will transport prisoners and property of guilty Indians to U.S. Fear that some Indians will ally with Cumberland settlers and militia against Chickasaws. Creek request that the U.S. remains peaceful, Creeks promise to remain peaceful with Cherokee Nation. Hopes to establish trade and peace.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Mad Dog; Big Warrior; multiple; James Seagrove; Creek Nation; Agent for Indian Affairs; interpreter; Joseph Cornell; Upper Creek; Lower Creek; chiefs; Creek; Chickasaw; hunters; prisoners; Choctaw; Cumberland people; Indians; Governor William Blount; General Robertson; headmen; father; friend; hunters; Cherokee; red people; ;
Related Places Tuckabatches; Tuckabatchee; Cumberland; Georgia; frontiers; Cussitas; public square; land; villages; territory; ;
Keywords talk; bad advice; dispute; stocks; crops; hunt; ancient utensils; drums; ;
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