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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 24, 1796 Questions about Indian Talks and Boundaries Chiefs of the Chickasaw Nation James McHenry Request information about previous talks with principal chiefs. Questions boundaries in Cumberland.
December 9, 1796 Talk of the Chickasaws Held with the Secretary of War Chiefs of the Chickasaw Nation James McHenry According to the treaty, the Chickasaws want to know when the Spanish will evacuate the post and the post will be destroyed to prevent further occupation by US troops. A lawsuit against South Carolina regarding a tract of land confiscated by the state under pretext that the Indians who owned it had joined the British army during the Revolution. A claim against Cherokees holding three slaves...
April 29, 1793 Letter Citation Chickasaw Nation of Indians General James Robertson Cited in Blount to Knox, 06/04/1793.
November 24, 1796 Cited letter or document, James McHenry to Chickasaw Nation of Indians James McHenry Chickasaw Nation of Indians Cited in McHenry to Chickasaws, 12/19/1796.
November 1, 1788 Regarding the killings of Cherokees and desire for peace Headmen and Warriors of the Cherokee Nation Brig. Gen. Martin Authors recount the killings of Cherokees and the pledges of satisfaction by Congress and Governor of Virginia. Express the wish for peace. Ask that they not be blamed for actions of Creeks.
April 28, 1797 A talk of the chiefs and warriors of the Cherokees Chiefs & Warriors of the Cherokee Nation President of the United States A letter from the chiefs and warriors of the Cherokees to the President of the United States (written down by three interpreters). Four Nations seek protection from Z. Cox and his followers from settling on the land given to the Indians.