Viewing 1–10 of 10 documents: "inoculation"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 7, 1798 Request for Issue of Tents to Smallpox Inoculation Site James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of 4 tents for use at smallpox inoculation site.
May 30, 1795 Small Pox and Indian Treaty Negotiations Timothy Pickering Anthony Wayne "A train of unfortunate circumstances" delayed delivery of letter from Col. Butler which contained a notification that troops were delayed in descending the Ohio river. Pickering believed that Butler had the troops held over in Pittsburgh to wait for uniforms and the outbreak of small pox forced him to detain the troops for inoculation. Advised keeping Indians away from infected areas. ...
June 12, 1795 Stores and Indian Goods Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Military stores removed from militia encampment to Fort Fayette except for essential items required by men currently being inoculated for small pox. Indian goods for Chickasaws delivered (and listed). Invoice enclosed.
June 5, 1795 Outfitting Troops Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Notification that all troops fit for duty descended the Ohio under the command of Richard Sparks, who was also charged with transporting all Indian goods. Clothing received was not sufficient to outfit all recruits and they left without proper equipment. Noted clothing on hand insufficient type to cloth troops. Troops are being inoculated against small pox, to prevent a spread of the disease.
August 19, 1799 Excessive Expenses Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Advice on excessive spending and guarding against unnecessary use of public monies.
May 22, 1795 Small Pox Infections Thomas Butler Timothy Pickering Need to have men stationed at Fort Fayette inoculated for small pox due to the widespread infections in its camps. Cited the clothing to be shipped down the Ohio river as possibly carrying the small pox virus. Ordnance from Gen. Wayne received.
October 4, 1800 Certification of payment; Doctor James Graile for inoculating sundry soldiers of the United States Army, and for medicine and attendance while sick William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $221.32 to Doctor James Graile for inoculating sundry soldiers of the United States Army, and for medicine and attendance while sick.
July 6, 1792 Disposition of Indian Forces and Threat of Smallpox Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Wayne discusses a number of matters concerning the garrison at Pittsburgh, including the disposition of Indian forces and the threat of small pox. His plan is to separate those troops who have had the disease from those who have not had it.
February 2, 1792 Intelligence Report to the Secretary at War Anonymous Henry Knox This letter is an anonymous intelligence report from the frontier to Henry Knox, asking him not to reveal the correspondence between them to Judge McComb. Also, in order to prevent the Saganaw and Michillimakina Indians from assisting other hostile tribes on the frontier, the sender of the report recommends that Knox authorize the release of Indian prisoners. Further states that the paroled...
July 13, 1792 Smallpox, Troop Movements, and Organization Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Knox approves Wayne's plan to separate troops who have not had smallpox from those who have had it and to innoculate those who have not had the disorder during the coming winter. He discusses in detail the progress in the movement of various forces to Pittsburgh and addresses the problem of faulty saddles. The division of officers into four Sub-Legions has been arranged and it is hoped that peace...