Report from Captain Constant Freeman to Henry Knox on Georgia resistance to Seagrove's peace efforts and Seagrove's relationship with the people of Georgia

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Date September 18, 1793
Author Name Constant Freeman (primary) Location: Augusta
Recipient Name Henry Knox (primary)
Summary Freeman suggests that reports of Seagrove in personal danger are exaggerations. Georgia people mad at Seagrove, but would not openly oppose the government. Seagrove believes he is disliked because he is a federal officer and is zealous about achieving peace. Reports that Alexander has 90 men determined to prevent Seagrove from meeting with the Creeks.
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Document Notes Cited in Freeman to Knox, 09/25/1793.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 suybmitted 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 Henry Knox; Constant Freeman; Alexander; Governor Telfair; James Seagrove; Creek Indian Agent; Creek Nation; ;
Related Places Augusta Georgia; Georgia Militia; Federal Government; Creeks; ;
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