Record of Council and speeches to and by the Indian Nations in Upper Canada, 1796-1803.
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A native of Pennsylvania who engaged in the Indian trade, and in 1772 was deputy agent of Indian Affairs at Fort Pitt. As a British sympathizer, he came to Detroit in 1778 with Simon Girty and Matthew Elliot, and was appointed captain in the British Indian Department and later Superintendent. In 1789 he was a member of the Land Board of the District of Hessee. After the American occupation, he removed to the River Thames where he died, January 13, 1799. MMQ (blue index cards) From th...
David Thompson was the postmaster, contractor's agent and commissary at Fort Niagara Garrison, New York, 1797-1804. From the description of Red Jacket's speech : Buffalo Creek manuscript 1802-1804 Sept. 28, 1803. (Tulsa City-County Library). WorldCat record id: 262845953 Red Jacket was a Seneca chief who was born ca. 1756 at or near Canoga, Seneca County, New York. He remained faithful to the British during the Revolutionary War. In 1792 he visited P...
English naturalist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Twizell House, [Northumberland], to [John Adamson], 1827 Apr. 10. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270663945 ...
Mohawk Indian Chief. From the description of Letter signed : Niagara, to James Wheelock, 1802 Dec. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270134743 Indian chief and British Army officer. From the description of Joseph Brant correspondence, 1796. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79451277 Mohawk Indian leader. Close friend of Sir John Johnson. From the description of Letter, 1789 August 14. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122434125 ...