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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 3, 1794 Knox asks Dearborn for the return of maps Henry Knox Henry Dearborn Letter, directs the return of a book of maps.
June 13, 1793 Bauman sends maps to Knox Sebastian Bauman Henry Knox Letter, Bauman encloses maps and relays information regarding the public stir created by the arrival of a French vessel in New York.
May 8, 1790 Knox writes to Walley regarding the sale of maps Henry Knox Thomas Walley Letter, advises re bill of sale for Barres maps.
[not available] Catalogue of Books and Maps purchased of the Hon. Rufus King ($1334) Rufus King William Faden Catalog of Books and Maps purchased of the Hon. Rufus King ($1334).
August 4, 1791 Knox discusses maps and militia with Duer Henry Knox William Duer Letter, discusses money for additional militia; mention maps of Eastern Massachusetts.
June 26, 1795 Account of Reading Howell for maps furnish War Department William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $70.13 is due Reading Howell being the amount of his account for maps furnished for the use of the War Department delivered in September and October 1794.
July 6, 1795 Account of Samuel Lewis, for furnishing maps to War Department William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $4.17 is due Samuel Lewis, being the amount of his account for maps furnished to the War Department.
August 4, 1791 Knox discusses maps and militia with Walker Henry Knox Benjamin Walker Letter, discusses money for additional militia; mention maps of Eastern Massachusetts.
December 10, 1789 Map of Counties in Kentucky and Western Virginia Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Request for map of counties in Virginia and Kentucky due to outdated maps in public possession. Maps will assist in Indian affairs.
July 22, 1791 Jackson makes recommendation for appointment to Knox Henry Jackson Henry Knox Letter, discusses maps of Eastern Massachusetts; recommends candidate for Post Master General.
March 20, 1790 Walley attempts to sell Knox coastal maps used by the Royal Navy Thomas Walley Henry Knox Letter, discusses maps of North American coast.
February 26, 1785 Propriety of Captain Heard's charges; verification of musters A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell Mentions papers of the Legion by Captain Heard. Discusses the propriety of charges. Those not mustered must obtain certificate from Colonel Lee showing reasons. Asks for inquiry about Captain McMurray's maps.
1794 Fortifications across the Union Bechet Rochefontaine Unknown Recipient Plans and maps respecting the fortifications across the entire Union, from New England to New York to Pennsylvania to the Chesapeake and Carolinas.
March 5, 1801 War Department Fire James McHenry Samuel Dexter Describes War Office fire, damage to War Office library, discusses atlas.
December 19, 1789 Regarding the President's Indian policy; British designs; state of supply and contractors Henry Knox Josiah Harmar Knox makes reference to Indian depredations in Kentucky and President Washington's assurances of protection. Knox will deliver the President's sentiments to Samuel McDowell, Chairman of Committee on Indian expeditions. An extract of the President's policies: That the best foundation for peace with the Indians is by establishing just and liberal treaties with them, which shall be rigidly observed...
June 28, 1797 Letter to Secretary at War Felix D. St. Hilaire James McHenry In this letter St. Hilaire asks McHenry not to be alarmed. Also, St. Hilaire says that he wants to visit McHenry but cannot because the French Consul is in his company. St. Hilaire mentions a trunk and some maps.
May 28, 1797 Letter to Secretary at War Felix D. St. Hilaire James McHenry In this letter St. Hilaire requests to be received by McHenry. St. Hilaire also mentions a Frenchman recommended to McHenry by LtCol. Tousard. St. Hilaire says he is acquainted with this Frenchman and knows the man to possess valuable maps, information, and instruction. St. Hilaire informs McHenry that he has 1200 fusils (muskets) in his possession.
August 1, 1800 Receipt of Atlas James McHenry Rufus King Describes atlas procured from trader, requests missing maps of Malta and Goza. Discussed end of term in War Office, described cartridge paper, and discussed presidential campaign and election.
September 14, 1798 All My Neighbors Have Left Me Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Amidst a discussion of supply matters, Hodgdon despairs that even though his family remains well, all of his neighbors have left due to fear of contagion.
December 4, 1800 Soldier's clothing and map of Tennessee Samuel Dexter Israel Whelen This letter informs Whelen that Samuel Hodgdon will provide military clothing. Also, the Secretary at War directs Whelen to contact Mr. Lewis about obtaining maps of Tennessee.
December 10, 1789 Request for Intelligence from the Secretary at War, Concerning Indians & Indian-Fighting in Tennessee Henry Knox Arthur Campbell Discusses proposed plan of raising a regiment of 560 privates and non-commissioned officers at Holstein Valley, for 3 year's service against Indians. Lists several questions, most concerning relations with the Cherokee and Creek Indians, and the disposal of each to war or alliance with the U.S. Also asks about geography and river routes in Tennessee region, commenting on the "uncertainty of the...
September 8, 1791 Instructions for Running the Boundary Line Henry Knox Joseph Ellicot Knox gives Ellicott his instructions for running the boundary line between the United States and the Creek Nation of Indians, as stipulated in the Treaty of New York.
February 1, 1790 Walley seeks to determine Knox's interest in buying maps Thomas Walley Henry Knox Letter, advises re map of Nort America coast.
January 25, 1798 Suggested Changes to Regulations John Francis Hamtramck James McHenry Hamtramck's changes to the regulations sent by McHenry. The regulations relate to command structure, the sick and medicine, arms, goods, appearance, ammunition exercises, absentees, garrison books, returns, fortifications,
August 11, 1792 Proceedings of Governor Blount and the Chickasaws & Choctaws William Blount [not available] A copy of speeches given by the headmen and warriors of the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations and Governor Blount regarding land disputes, boundary lines, and peace. Many maps and boundaries are described.