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February 17, 1800 Commissary of Indian goods David Strong [not available] Request that the Commissary of Indian Goods issue textile goods for a party of Indians from St. Josephs.
November 25, 1796 Shipment of Indian Goods Isaac Craig James McHenry Invoice of Indian goods arrived from Hodgdon with expectation that they will be forwarded to Fort Washington. Notification that Craig will not send goods forward until General arrives.
June 26, 1795 Indian Goods Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Notification of shipment of Indian goods and Quartermaster's articles. Enclosed invoice.
March 9, 1798 Transportation of Indian Goods Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Glad to hear Hamilton arrived safely with Indian goods and that the General doesn't require payment for broken glasses. Articles Craig requested will be forwarded shortly.
April 1, 1797 Transportation of Goods Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig T. Martin and J. Hamilton transporting Indian goods for Chickasaws and supplies for cavalry. Instructions to forward goods to Fort Washington.
April 17, 1795 Indian Goods to be Forwarded Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Letter regarding clothing at Galliopolis received. Will attempt to forward personal property to Lieut. Monnet. O'Hara advised sending Indian goods to Fort Franklin and that he would submit documents to the Treasury for reimbursement on his trip to Philadelphia.
August 9, 1793 Refers to Stores, Supplies, and Indian Goods James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon Refers to correspondence. Reports receiving the first of the stores. Hopes to have Indian goods at Pittsburgh as soon as possible.
January 18, 1796 Report on Loss of Contents of Boat, Prices of Goods John Overton David Henley Overton reports that a boat containing goods was lost on the Mississippi River. Notes that some goods intended for the Chickasaws.
May 29, 1795 Delivery of Goods and Indian Affairs Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Delivery of wampum and 2 wagon loads of goods too insignificant to make a full boatload to deliver. Craig will wait for the remaining Indian goods to be delivered. Mentioned the scalping of 2 men traveling from Le Boeuf to Presque-Isle.
June 24, 1796 Transportation of Indian Goods, Request for Supplies Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon None of the Indian goods and private stores of A. Wayne have arrived at post. Requested files for armourers and blacksmiths.
July 1, 1799 Quarterly return on clothing and Indian goods Solomon Sibley Samuel Hodgdon The document is a quarterly return on clothing and Indian goods for April, May and June 1794.
May 2, 1797 Transportation of Indian Goods Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Departure of wagons loaded with annuities for Wyandot, Shawnee, and Delaware Indians. Mentioned instructions from Secretary of War or Gen. Wilkins[son?] on delivery of goods and routes of transportation. Requests Craig include the enclosed invoice with the shipment of Indian goods.
September 8, 1794 Indian Goods Nicholson & Taylor Samuel Hodgdon There remain fourteen packages of Indians goods which will be delivered to Capt. John Chisholm to be sent on to Knoxville by Governor Blount.
February 25, 1792 Delivery of Indian Goods Henry Knox Isaac Craig Expectation of Indian goods to be forwarded. Knox requested supplies for 100 men to Fort Franklin as soon as possible. Money to be forwarded, mentioned taking extra care of powder.
April 7, 1797 Delivery of Indian Goods James McHenry John Harris Annual supply of goods for Creek Indians in Georgia to be delivered to Hodgdon for transport to Colerain in Georgia, via water.
February 18, 1795 A Plan for the Purchase & Disbursement of Indian Supplies Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Timothy Pickering An inquiry as to which agency is responsible for Indian goods. A plan is proposed plan to deal with supplies: consignment and request of all goods for Indian use should come under David Henley; goods and supplies should be issued by Henley, according to the Superintendent's orders for the district. He seeks approval for the proposal.
April 10, 1795 Transportation of Goods Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Notification that Indian goods were forwarded to Fort Washington by boat, invoice of goods on hand. Quartermaster General will submit invoice to Pickering upon his arrival in Philadelphia. Mentioned lateness of delivery by contractors who used pack horses to transport goods due to misdirection. Advised improvement to roads for transport.
February 28, 1800 Commissary of Indian goods David Strong [not available] Asks for issue of coating for an Ottawa Chief and blankets for the use of the laboratory.
May 9, 1795 Indian Goods Timothy Pickering General James Robertson Quoted speech made by the Sec. of War to Chickasaw chiefs in Philadelphia regarding Indian goods given to promote/negotiate lasting peace.
May 3, 1793 Indian Goods John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The packages marked "St. Clair" and said to contain Indian goods are to be forwarded to Pittsburgh to the care of Major [Isaac] Craig.
July 4, 1798 Demand for Goods, Indians to be Present at Treaty David Henley Samuel Hodgdon Mentions receipt of goods and that three to four thousand Indians will attend the treaty.
April 16, 1799 Additional Names for Indian Annuities Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Additional names of Nations to receive annuities are listed at bottom of letter.
April 27, 1798 Receipt and Distribution of Indian Goods Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig discusses the receipt and distribution of Indian goods with Samuel Hodgdon.
June 5, 1795 Sugar & Spirits but No Indian Goods, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig has received an invoice of Indian goods but has received only sugar and spirits and no Indian goods. He has drawn on Hodgdon a sum to be paid to Oliver Ormsby, merchant at Pittsburgh. He still needs five thousand dollars for clothing for Colonel Butler's men since he currently has only sixteen pairs of linen overalls for more than two hundred men.
April 26, 1793 Invoice of Indian Goods James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon O'Hara acknowledges receipt of Hodgdon's letter of the 20 April covering $13,000 in bank notes. He thanks Hodgdon for the attention to his business. If O'Hara's invoice of Indian goods can be disposed of, it will serve him essentially.