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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 18, 1798 Payment to John Wrenshall John Lovell [not available] Payment of $10.82 to John Wrenshall for calico and black silk gloves for Little Turtle's wife.
October 11, 1800 Annuities for Indians of Indiana Territory John Wilkins, Jr. Israel Whelen Informs Whelan of plans for annuities to Indians of Indiana Territory, and lists the planned presents.
February 1, 1796 Estimate of expences for sundry Mohawk Indians Israel Chapin Jr [not available] Fiscal, describes expences for sundry Mohawks.
September 13, 1800 Credit to Inventory John Harris Edward Wright Inclosed draft from Col. Hawkins in favor of Wright received, notification of credit to account. List of items in inventory of goods.
August 1, 1793 Goods Needed Annually for the Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians Andrew Pickens [not available] "Estimate of goods necessary to be furnished the Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians annually."
October 6, 1789 Account of Goods for treating with the Southern Indians. John Meals [not available] Account of goods for treating with the Indians.
January 22, 1799 Details on Indian Annuities Jacob Schieffelin Samuel Hodgdon Ottawas, Chippewas, and Pottawatomies request that instead of farm tools, dry goods (articles of clothing), be sent as their annuities because iron tools could not be distributed evenly among the members due to its worth. Requests from other tribes detailed as well, such as brass kettles. Calicoes of better quality, as well as shrouds. Quantity in bulk will be less than usual, but finer quality...
March 9, 1793 Letter from Charles Weatherford to Indian Agent James Seagrove on the death of General McGillivray and prospects for peace in the aftermath Charles Weatherford James Seagrove Charles Weatherford informs Indian James Seagrove that General McGillivray died on 17 Feb at 11pm, 1793 at Mr Douton's in Pensacola. Weatherford says that he was immediately sent for by Governor ONeal and Mr Panton. Weatherford won't reveal on what business, but will give a full account later. Indians at present are at peace with United States; wish to remain so. Mad Tom of Cupetah has arrived...
March 16, 1786 Inventory of Supplies for Iroquois Iroquois Chiefs William Maclay Inventory of goods destined for delivery to the Iroquois and the accompanying receipt for the supplies signed by the Iroquois Chiefs. The goods were apparently supplied in fulfillment of a treaty obligation by Pennsylvania commissioners.
November 19, 1794 Invoice of goods purchased by Tench Francis for the Creek Indians and delivered James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent James Seagrove [not available] Invoice of goods purchased by Tench Francis for the Creek Indians and delivered James Seagrove Agent Indian Affairs Southern Department. Listed items are presents for the Creek Indians.
February 12, 1789 [Estimate of Expenses for the Treaty with the Cherokees agreed to February 12, 1789.] Unknown Author Unknown Recipient List of items and their estimated values for a treaty with the Cherokee Nation.
August 2, 1799 Outlines Trade Tips with Indians; List of Items in Need by Creeks Benjamin Hawkins Edward Wright Ben Hawkins (Indian Agent) provides detailed description to Edward Wright of how to successfully trade with the Creek Indians. Most Indians don't meet their obligations with regard to credit and debt so all trade must be accomplished by bartering one item for another. Also included is a list of items in demand by the Creeks.
March 14, 1795 Status of Supplies Timothy Pickering James O'Hara Indian goods for peace treaty on hand in stores. Mentioned condition army uniforms and specific types of materials and supplies delivered to be forwarded to Major Craig.
July 18, 1799 Account of John Chisholm Stephen Hillis [not available] Accounts of John Chisholm relating to travel and other expenses of delegations of Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and other tribes to the United States.