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Success of Expedition; William Augustus Bowles

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CollectionIndependence National Historical Park: Benjamin Hawkins Letterbook view image
Document Information
Date July 10, 1800
Author Name Benjamin Hawkins (primary)
Recipient Name Samuel Dexter (primary)
Summary Letter, discusses expedition along southern frontier. Deputation from the nation went down the Chattahootchee River. Ships cannonaded the St. Marks fort. Mentions William Augustus Bowles and the taking of goods by Indians.
Document Format Author's Letterbook Copy
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Dexter; Benjamin Hawkins; Bowles; Seminoles; runners; Indians; Cussetah; William Augustus Bowles; Governor Francisco de Paula Gelabert; Siminolis; ;
Related Places Miccosooke; East Florida; Chattohochee; Flint; Cussetah; river; frontiers; Chattahootchee River; Creek Agency; Georgia; ;
Keywords expedition; correspondence; fleet; ship of war; stores; goods; confluence; ;
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