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The speech of Nioctsaw Mico or Sick King a Simanolla.

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: 3d Cong, House, Sec War Confidential Rep, RG233 view image
Document Information
Date 1793
Author Name Chief Sick King (primary)
Recipient Name James Seagrove (primary) Location: Georgia
Summary Undated letter, presumably written during spring or summer of 1793, translated by Langley Bryant with sworn testimony by Joseph Ellicot, surveyor, that the document is an exact copy. Addressing James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent, the Sick King of the Simanolla gives assurances that his people will not join the mad people and go to war against the whites. His people are not like those in the mad towns; his towns never use the white people ill; always use them well and always will. He speaks with one tongue and with truth. Seagrove's talk is good talk and won't dry up with the Simanola. Believes it is best to have peace.
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Document Notes 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; Creek Indian Agent; Surveyor; Joseph Ellicot; Sick King; Langley Bryant; Nioctsaw Mico or Sick King a Simanolla; ;
Related Places Georgia; Florida; Simanola; mad towns; Creek Nation; ;
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