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William Wilson, interpreter of Delaware and Shawanese tongues

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CollectionTennessee State Library and Archives: James Robertson Papers view image
Document Information
Date May 3, 1793
Author Name Henry Knox (primary) Location: War Department
Recipient Name Isaac Craig (primary) Location: Pittsburgh
Summary Interpreter Wilson was supposed to be at Philadelphia, but he has not arrived, nor is there any word. Commissioners have commenced journey and will rendezvous at Niagara. Very important that Wilson be there. He should repair to Buffaloe Creek. Furnish him with advance of money. If Wilson cannot be found, find someone as suitable, such as Joseph Nicholson.
Document Format Copy of Signed Document
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Related Persons/Groups Isaac Craig; Henry Knox; interpreter; William Wilson; commissioners; hostile Indians; ;
Related Places Pittsburgh; War Department; New York; Niagara; Buffaloe Creek; Lower Sandusky; Joseph Nicholson; Seneca; Shawanese; ;
Keywords treat; enclosed letter; advance of money; expenses; ;
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