Viewing 1–4 of 4 documents: "Cusetah"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 19, 1791 Treaty of Protection Henry Knox William Blount United States provides protection to the undersigned Creeks.
November 20, 1789 Commisioners' Report on Negotiations with the Creek Nation Benjamin Lincoln Henry Knox The Commissioners--Lincoln, Griffin, and Humphreys--report on their mission to negotiate a treaty with the Creek Nation. Since their mission was unsuccessful, they make recommendations regarding the measures needed to protect frontier settlers. They also suggest that further efforts should be made to improve relations with the Creeks. They have much to say about the Creeks and other southern...
March 14, 1791 A Warning Against Retaliation in Georgia Henry Knox Governor Edward Telfair Knox instructs Georgia's Governor Telfair not to retaliate against the Creek Indians for their recent act of revenge for the murder of a Cusitah Indian. Quotes A. McGillivray's letter regarding travels in Indian territory.
August 13, 1790 [Proclamation] George Washington [not available] Peace treaty between United States and Creek Nation. Stipulated that the Creek Nation could not form any alliances with other nations, or pursue a treaty with an individual state. Prisoner exchange to take place. Boundary established, "where the old line strikes the Savannah [river]" extending North to the Keowee, from the top of the Occunna mountain range, to the Tugelo river, additional...