Colonel Gaither's Antipathy Toward Georgia

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CollectionGeorgia Department of Archives and History: Georgia, Executive Minutes,1798-99 view image
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Date December 2, 1798
Author Name James Jackson (primary) Location: Louisville, Georgia
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary)
Summary Governor Jackson cites Ensign McCall's letter as further evidence of Colonel Gaither's ill will toward the citizens of Georgia. Jackson maintains, therefore, that justice demands the removal of Gaither from the frontier of Georgia.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; James Jackson, Governor of Georgia; ;
Related Places Executive Department Georgia, Louisville; ;
Keywords former proofs of Colonel Gaither's bad intentions; ;
Key Phrases Humanity shudders at the recital of it, and I therefore forbid any comment.
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