Letter, 1813 May 18.


Parker, Daniel. Letter, 1813 May 18.

Letter, 1813 May 18.

Letter from Daniel Parker to C. Irvine. Laments death of Brigadier General Zebulon M. Pike (1813 April 27). Mentions the fact that the soldiers who bear the sacrifice of the war are not recognized for their contributions. Mentions that the Secretary of War, General John Armstrong, is disposed to give Irvine the "facilities" he needs to complete his duties.

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