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June 22, 1795 Participation During an Impending Council Fire Chiefs of the Potawatomies, Ottawas, & Chippewas [not available] Speeches delivered by chiefs of sundry tribes regarding participation in an impending council meeting.
June 20, 1794 Speech delivered Mr. Jaques Lassell by the Hurons, Ottowas and Chipawas asof Detroit. To be deleivered to General Wayne. J. Lassell Anthony Wayne Hurons, Ottawas, Chipawas gave speeches to Jaques Lassell to be delivered to General Wayne. Speeches assured Wayne the tribe representatives were detained by weather or other reasons, but would be at Fort Recovery shortly.
May 31, 1795 Letter Concerning Transport of Goods, Upcoming Treaty in Greenville, and Peace Anthony Wayne Isaac Williams Letter delivered by Leather Lips, Delaware chief, and warriors. Williams stated that the Indians traveling to Greenville will sign treaty and are eager for peace. Supplies transported to Greenville from Pittsburg will be housed in small fort with garrison to be constructed soon.
January 19, 1795 Answer to a Circular Letter from General Wayne Unknown Author [not available] Letter in answer to Gen. Wayne by the Chippawas, Ottawas, Patawatamies, and the Sakies, addressed to the commander at the Fort in Miami. The Four Nations rejoiced after the French Traders opened the Indians eyes. Assurances regarding the Indians trade with the French. The delegation represented in the document spoke for the village chiefs of the previously mentioned tribes. Alliance between...
July 23, 1788 Reports Activities of Indians, Attacks, Treaty Efforts around Fort Harmar Josiah Harmar Charles Thomson Encloses congressional dispatches to the people of Kentucky. Treaty will be deferred. Will provide a subaltern sergeant corporal and several privates to guard provisions and to build a council room for the "savages" at the request of the governor. Reports attack by Ottowas and Chippeways, killing two and wounding two others. Two Indians were killed and six taken prisoner, now under heavy irons in...
November 20, 1800 Estimate of Expenses for the US Army, 1801 Samuel Dexter Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Encloses estimates of expenses of the Army of the United States for the year 1801. Enclosure lists staff, numbers, and salaries and forage for each department. References clothing, horses, supplies, and bounties. Outlines Indian tribes. Lists several locations and branches.
June 5, 1792 Speech to various Indian tribes Rufus Putnam Chiefs and Warriors of the Indian Nations Speech of Brigadieer General Rufus Putnam to the sachems and warriors of the Indian tribes inhabiting the Miami or Tawa and Wabash rivers. This included the Wyandots, Delawares, Chipawas, Ottawas, Pottawatamies, Shawanees, and Tweehtwees. Putnam addresses the sources of hostilities between the tribes and the United States. Requests that they open the path that leads to Fort Jefferson, the nearest...