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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 1, 1791 Desire for Meeting Henry Knox Thomas Jefferson Letter, directs Cabinet meeting.
July 10, 1790 Cavanaugh requests meeting with Knox William Cavanaugh Henry Knox Letter, asks for meeting with Knox.
June 23, 1788 Meeting with the Indians Delayed Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox The meeting of the Indians delayed. Probably will assemble next month. Indians got to Sandusky prepared for war, but stopped and turned back. This a favorable omen. Requests fresh instructions.
April 24, 1797 Meeting with the Indians Benjamin Hawkins James McHenry The Indians have only just arrived. The Commissioners plan to meet them in the morning. Hawkins notes some of the concerns of the commissioners and asks for instructions.
April 26, 1790 Attendance at Meeting Henry Knox Brigadier General Otho H. Williams Believed there would not be a sufficient number of representatives of the Cincinnati at the meeting in Philadelphia to perform essential business. Knox "earnestly hopes" he and his party will form a majority.
July 9, 1789 John Howard requests Knox to be present at War Dept. inquiry John Eager Howard Henry Knox Letter, directs attendance at inquiry meeting.
December 15, 1792 Meeting with Cornplanter, Hostile Indians Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Urged invitation of Cornplanter to visit Wayne to discuss information regarding the Six Nations [of Indians]. Message sent to hostile Indians confirming meeting between United States and Indians.
October 30, 1799 Minutes of a Meeting in Trenton, New Jersey Unknown Author [not available] Minutes of a meeting in Trenton, New Jersey, October 30, 1799.
October 15, 1792 Meeting with Cowetahs and Cussetahs James Durouzeaux James Seagrove Cowetah and Cussetah will meet with Seagrove, requested provisions at meeting place. Durouzeaux cannot convey McGillivray's letter personally as his horse died.
April 11, 1793 Meeting at Sandusky Delayed McKee Major Littlehales The proposed meeting of the Indian chiefs and the Commissioners will take place at Sandusky. However, the date appointed by the US is too early for the Indians, who will not return from their wintering grounds before the end of May. The meeting therefore should be moved back to accommodate the Indians' schedules. The Commissioners should be accommodated at Niagara until the Chiefs are ready.
July 25, 1797 Arrival in Baltimore, Awaiting Meeting Joshua Humphreys Tench Francis Humphreys requests orders prior to his departure. Second document notes arrival in Baltimore and request for meeting.
July 25, 1798 Forwarding of Remarks Made at Wayne County, Pennsylvania Defense Meeting Samuel Sitgreaves John Adams Sitgreaves forwards "The Address of of a Meeting of the Military Officers and other Citizens of the new County of Wayne, in Pennsylvania," dated July 20. The address is not included.
June 30, 1800 Notification of Meeting Requested Presence Samuel Dexter John Adams Requested Adams attendance at meeting of Secretaries at the office of the Secretary of the Navy. Messrs. Marshall and Stoddert specifically requested his presence.
December 18, 1793 Sayre meeting with Knox Henry Knox Stephen Sayre Knox will meet with Sayre at his office the next day at one o'clock.
September 20, 1789 Regarding planned visit from Principal Chiefs and request for private meeting Alexander McGillivray Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department McGillivray informs of a visit from Principal Chiefs, accompanied by interpreter Derezeau. He asks for a private meeting with one or two of the commissioners.
August 1793 Dandridge communicates the directions of the President to Knox B. Dandridge Henry Knox Letter, advises Knox re meeting at President's residence.
August 24, 1794 Minutes of a Meeting on the Whiskey Rebellion Alexander Hamilton [not available] Minutes of a meeting concerning the insurrection in Western Pennsylvania, later known as the Whiskey Rebellion. President Washington asks his Cabinet if orders should be issued for the immediate convening of the whole militia to suppress the revolt, and the appropriate numbers and places and time of rendezvous.
December 8, 1788 Knox expresses chagrin that the Indians have postponed their meeting Henry Knox Arthur St. Clair Knox expresses chagrin that the Indians have postponed their meeting. He notes that it is in the best interests of the United States to avoid an Indian war and points out that the British officers commanding the posts hope that the issue will be favorable. Points out that there is no congress and is uncertain as to whether one will assemble until the new Constitution takes place. If an Indian war...
February 24, 1793 The President Requests a Meeting George Washington Alexander Hamilton The President requests a meeting with the cabinet heads and the Attorney General to discuss the contents of an unidentified note and to lay before them communications received from General Hull respecting relations with the northwestern Indians.
February 3, 1794 Conference between Knox and Humphreys Henry Knox Joshua Humphreys Confirmation of meeting between Henry Knox and Joshua Humphreys at the War Office at any time before three o'clock 4 February 1794 if convenient to Joshua Humphreys.
August 9, 1797 Captain Chapin discusses Indian affairs with Secretary at War Israel Chapin Jr James McHenry Letter, discusses grist mill & meeting house for Oneidas; informs re Spanish relations with Indians.
July 5, 1788 Deteriorating Relations with the Western Indians Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox St. Clair informs Knox that he is proceeding with plans for a meeting with the Six Nations, although with diminished expectations that such a meeting will be successful given the Indians' anger at the continued incursions of American settlers on their land.
May 15, 1800 Meeting between Heads of Departments Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Stoddert informs McHenry that he has been requested by John Adams to arrange a meeting between the Heads of Departments at his house at 7:00 that evening.
June 22, 1795 Request to Meet with Chiefs of Indian Nations Regarding Loyalty George Ironside Augoshaway Principal Chief of the Ottawas Ironside requested on behalf of messengers from Capt. Brant a meeting per agreement from last council fire. Upcoming decision by Indian nations mentioned.
April 9, 1793 Estimate for the Quarter Master's supplies John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Estimate for the Quarter Master's supplies. Secretary of War asks for the prices thereto. Bring to meeting.