Peace with the Creek Nation

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Date October 7, 1792
Author Name James Seagrove (primary) Location: Creek nation, St. Mary's
Recipient Name John Kinnard (primary)
Summary Seagrove ommends Kinnard for his allegiance and assistance with peace between U.S. and the Creek Nation. He mentions the confusion in the Indian Nation, stolen property, and Indian mischief. He requests that Kinnard forward the invitation to peace talks with U.S. representative to all lower Indian towns, especially those that were deceived by Bowles.
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Document Notes Enclosed in Seagrove to Knox, 10/17/1792
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Related Persons/Groups John Kinnard; James Seagrove; Creek; Indians; Indian Nation; Bryant; Allen; Spaniards; Spanish; chiefs; Galphin; Bowles; ;
Related Places Creek nation, St. Mary's; river; Georgia; frontier; territory; border; Indian lands; ;
Keywords provisions; bushel; corn; blanket; shroud; goods; supply; negotiations; peace; war; treaty; invitation; allegiance; assistance; talks; council; Indian relations; deception; violence; ;
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