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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 28, 1795 Indian Hostilities Timothy Pickering Robert Brooke Opinion on Indian hostilities and white hunters invading Indian hunting grounds on the north west side of the Ohio River.
November 1796 On Breaking Alliance with British, and Establishing Friendship with United States Blue Jacket Chief of the Shawnees President of the United States Indian chief Blue Jacket, of the Shawnees, relates how he and his people once fought for the British, having been urged to do so by them; now cites deception by the British and wishes only friendship with the Americans. Submits a testimonial of friendship with the English king; now states that he will throw that one away in return for a similar document from the U.S. President.
October 3, 1796 Chiefs and Nations of the Treaty of Greenville Travel Itinerary Anthony Wayne James McHenry Enclosed list of chiefs and the nation they are affiliated with who travel to Philadelphia to meet with the President. Recommendation for pension due valiant wounded soldier.
June 17, 1795 Indian and U.S. Citizen Depredations, Treaty Negotiations Anthony Wayne Timothy Pickering Pickering will receive documents by Gov. St. Clair pertaining to depredations committed by both Kentuckians and Indians. Believed British emissaries will exaggerate acts of aggression when the arrive at the Council of Big Rock. Details of locations of various tribes. Only some goods have arrived, requested troops to be forwarded as soon as possible.
February 22, 1791 Decisive Action Against the Indians on the Frontier Henry Knox George Washington Henry Knox's report to the President discusses the coming year's goals of peace in the frontiers and explains in detail how best to meet those goals, using both peaceful and military measures. He provides an in-depth analysis of the force required and the cost involved in taking decisive action against the Indians along the frontier, and the potential political and military implications of the...
January 14, 1794 Release of Prisoners Anthony Wayne Indians Northwest of Ohio River Speech of Captain Big Tree: His Nephews were too proud last summer but came to their senses and lowered the asking price regarding the release of prisoners.