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Whereabouts of Men and Boys from Cussetah Town

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: 3d Cong, House, Sec War Confidential Rep, RG233 view image
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Date July 5, 1793
Author Name James Seagrove (primary) Location: St. Mary's
Recipient Name Chiefs of the Cussetahs Location: Cussetah
Summary Seagrove reports that men and boys are staying at his house for their protection. They are well fed and being taken care of so well, they do not wish to leave. Reports that Indian cut his throat. Seagrove refers to enclosed letters for Alexander Cornell, Cussetah King and Kinnard. Chaves, the bearer can provide details. Reports that Great Father General Washington has forbid any troops from going into Creek towns until matter is settled. Troops ordered to cross Oconee to punish bad towns have been ordered back.
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Document Notes Cited in Seagrove to See below, 07/29/1793.This document is enclosed in a statement relative to the South Western frontiers, as connected with the state of Georgia and Creek Indians, the south Western territory of the United States and the Cherokees submitted to the House of Representatives on December 4, 1793. This document is an integral part of [Public Reports] and other communications of the Secretary of War, 12/99/1793.
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Related Persons/Groups James Seagrove; Kinnard; Cussetah King; Alexander Cornell; Chaves; Sullapays; Sullap; President of United States General George Washington; Langley Bryant; ;
Related Places St. Mary's; Oconee; United States; Georgia; Creek Nation; Colerain station; ;
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