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August 25, 1775 Speech by Tiahogwando at Treaty of Six Nations at Albany New York Tiohogwando [not available] This speech was made at Treaty Conference held at Albany New York in August 1775, attended by the Reverend Samuel Kirkland. "Brothers: this is all the Six Nations have to say at present. They would just mention one thing more before they break up. The Six Nations look upon this as a very good time to speak their minds, as here are the representatives of the twelve United Colonies. The dispute...
May 31, 1799 Treaty with the Seven Nations Daniel Hale [not available] A treaty made at New York with the nations or tribes of Indians known as the Seven Nations.
August 15, 1795 Information for Serving as Indian Commissioner; News of President's Ratification of [Jay] Treaty Timothy Pickering Jeremiah Wadsworth Acknowledges receipt of Wadsworth's letter accepting position as commissioner for treaty with the St. Regis [Iroquois] Indians. Has asked New York Governor Jay for the particulars on when the treaty will be commenced, and when the other commissioners will be at Albany -- he will inform Wadsworth of these specifics once they are known. Says chief reason for writing is that "the great question is...
June 18, 1798 Annual Annuities for the Six Nations of Indians Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Hodgdon informs Chapin of the annual annuities being sent to the Six Nations of Indians via Melancton Smith at New York and Capt. Houdin at Albany.
August 30, 1796 Hodgdon sends invoice for goods to Chapin Samuel Hodgdon Israel Chapin Jr Letter, encloses Invoice of goods for Six Nations annuity; informs re Powder & flints ordered in 1794; alludes to the Treaty of 1794.
June 18, 1798 Sundry Articles for the Six Nations of Indians Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Enclosed is a Bill of Lading for sundry articles to be shipped to Michael Houdin at Albany and by him transported to Israel Chapin for the use of the Six Nations of Indians as their annual annuity.
January 18, 1797 Enclosed Copy of Ratification James McHenry John Jay Senate ratification of treaty between New York and the Seven Nations of Canada.
September 1795 Indian Speech at Treaty Negotiations Between Iroquois & State of New York Unknown Iroquois Chief [not available] Discusses Indian land claims in the state of New York; says that certain members of the Iroquois Confederacy were expected to attend, but did not. Appears to conclude with the suggestion of an additional meeting in Albany in winter of 1795.
July 22, 1794 Instructions for Commissioners of Presqu'ile Regarding Six Nations Treaty Thomas Mifflin Andrew Ellicot Encloses correspondence with the President and Secretary of War on the proposed treaty with the Six Nations; asks that at least one of the commissioners attend the treaty meeting, to be able to immediately embark upon the surveying of the site if the treaty allows it. Affirms readiness of the soldiers assigned to protect the commissioners in their project.
June 19, 1798 Annuities for the Six Nations Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin The sloop "Eliza" will carry the annuities for the Six Nations of Indians to Melancton Smith in New York who will forward them to Houdin. They will then be sent on to Mr. Chapin who will make a correct and equitable division.
April 25, 1796 Refers to Treaty between New York and the Seven Nations Timothy Pickering James McHenry Laments lack of paper and wonders if it is some sort of power play between the chief and Mr. Lewis. Refers to final settlement as closely aligned with his own opinion. Refers to state of New York and payment of agents working with the Seven Nations.
October 9, 1795 Chapin discusses Indian affairs with Pickering Israel Chapin Jr Timothy Pickering Letter, discusses expenditures re Six Nations; informs re British council with Senecas at Fort Erie.
May 31, 1796 Treaty wih the Seven Nations of Canada Abraham Ogden [not available] A Treaty held at the City of New York with Nations or Tribes of Indians denominating themselves the Seven Nations of Canada.
June 26, 1793 Journal entry, invitation to General Chapin to attend proceedings at Sandusky Federal Commissioners Treaty at Sandusky Henry Knox During a meeting of commissioners held on 26 June 1793, it was thought expedient to invite General Israel Chapin, Superintendent of Six Nations, to attend the treaty at Sandusky. Chapin accepted after being assured of reasonable compensation for his services.
May 5, 1791 Messages for the Six Nations from Secretary of War Thomas Procter A. Gordon Proctor charged with giving message of peace from Secretary of War to the Six Nations of Indians and other tribes residing on border of Lake Erie.
April 29, 1797 Answers to Questions Regarding Foreign Policy with France Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Admits treatment of Pinckney was insulting, but further negotiations with France were possible without harming the Nations image due to the European nation's long history of humiliating policy. Trade policy with England should be used as outline for treaty with France.
March 22, 1793 Negotiations with Indians on Ohio River Boundary; Expectation of War Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Wayne discusses the meeting he had with the Corn Planter and other chiefs and warriors and expresses his belief that the Indians have established the Ohio River as a firm boundary between the U.S. and Indian territory. Apparently there will be war unless a satisfactory treaty is negotiated.
September 6, 1799 Secretary at War directs the conduct of Indian affairs with Chapin James McHenry Israel Chapin Jr Letter, informs re shipment of Six Nations annuity goods; mentions Indians.
July 3, 1790 Colonel McGillivray and principal chiefs of Creek Nations, passing through Philadelphia Henry Knox Thomas Mifflin Colonel Alexander McGillivray and principal chiefs of Creek Nations, are to be passing through Philadelphia on their way to New York. President Washington desires that they experience every proper civility and kindness.
June 27, 1792 Conditions of U.S. Treaty with Six Nations Henry Knox Joseph Brandt Formal invitation to Brandt to sit on General Council as Chief of Six Nations. Document explains the U.S. stance on hostile Indians, hopes Brandt will convey sentiments to Indians.
October 4, 1796 Chapin discusses Indian affairs with Secretary at War Israel Chapin Jr James McHenry Letter, Chapin informs McHenry of division of Six Nations annuity; informs re goods for Six Nations.
March 10, 1796 Outlines Transition to Treaty of Canandaigua Annuities Stipuatlions Timothy Pickering James McHenry Refers to impending Indian war and British war and treaty with the Six Nations and supplies furnished without regard to previous stipulations. Announces changes to stipulated annuities, known as the Treaty of Canandaigua.
December 23, 1793 Goods Intended for the Six Nations Alexander Hamilton Philip Schuyler Hamilton transmits to his father-in-law Schuyler a list of Indian goods intended for the Six Nations of Indians as payment for their efforts in the endeavor to make peace with the hostile Indians.A trusty person should be engaged to deliver the goods to General Chapin who wil provide the appopriate receipts.
April 29, 1794 Relations with Six Nations General Israel Chapin Henry Knox Letter from General Chapin to the Secretary of War regarding proceedings with the Six Nations.
June 18, 1798 Hodgdon informs Chapin that Indian annuity has been shipped Samuel Hodgdon Israel Chapin Jr Letter, informs re shipment of Six Nations annuity; asks for notice of arrival.