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Scope and Contents September 22, 1785, letter from Benjamin Hawkins, Charleston, to Governor Elbert. ALS 3 pp. Re: delay in holding treaties, business with the Creeks. July 18, 1800, letter from Benjamin Hawkins, Fort Wilkinson, to James Jackson, Governor of Georgia. ALS 3 pp. Re: surrender of the fort St. Marks(?) to Bowles and attempt to retake it.
Scope and Contents 1926 photostat of May 3, 1819 letter from R. Houston to Secretary of War J. C. Calhoun. 2 pp. Re: Cherokee land claims under new treaty. Photostat has cover letter from E. B. Merritt, Office of Indian Affairs, 1926.
Dates: 1819; 1926
Scope and Contents August 8, 1814, transcription of the following: April 23, 1814, letter from General Thomas Pinkney, Camp, confluence of the Coose and Talapoosa, to Col. Benjamin Hawkins, agent for Indian Affairs. Re: damage done by warring Creeks and U.S. terms for a treaty. + April 23, 1814, response from Benjamin Hawkins, Fort Toulouse, to [Thomas Pinkney] re: reaction to treaty terms. Transcription by Robert Butler, Adjutant General, U. S. Army, Fort Jackson, August 8, 1814 + signed note by Major General...
Identifier: MSC 0132
Scope and Contents Thirty-one documents from the Willie Blount Papers. No date, 1801-1815. Willie Blount (1768-1835) was Governor of Tennessee from 1809-1815. Correspondents include: Andrew Jackson, John Hutchins, Henry Dearborn, R. J. Meigs, Glass (Cherokee Chief), John Sevier, Archibald Roane, Major Lovely, James [Frimble], Robert Hoyle, [Josiah] Meigs, Willie Blount, Judge Locke of Rutledge, James White. Blount’s correspondence covers 1809-1815, and is primarily with R. J. Meigs, Agent of the Highwassee...