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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Benjamin Hawkins letters, 1785-1800.

Identifier: MM.1981.204
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.

Dates: 1785-1800

R. Houston letter to J. C. Calhoun. May 3, 1819 (Photostat)

Identifier: MM.1979.037
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

Thomas Pinkney letter, 1814 (Transcription).

Identifier: MM.1981.225
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...
Dates: 1814

Willie Blount Papers, 1801-1815.

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...
Dates: 1801-1815