Treaty of peace with the Delaware Nation, also documentation and supplemental treaty, 1765.
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Superintendent of Indian Affairs; loyalist. From the description of Conference minutes, 1768 October 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122519721 Guy Johnson, nephew of Sir William Johnson, served as Deputy Superintendant of Indian Affairs in the northeastern American colonies and became Superintendant in 1774 when his uncle died. In 1775, at the outbreak of the American Revolution, Johnson fled to Canada and sailed to England. He returned to America in 1776, where he direct...
Gramercy Park is a neighborhood on the East Side of Manhattan. Originally called Krom Moerasje (little crooked swamp) by Dutch settlers, it was renamed Gramercy by the English. In the early 19th century, the swamp was drained and streets were laid out in an English style around a private park, leading to the present-day name of the neighborhood. From the guide to the Mary L.D. Ferris papers on the history of Gramercy Park, circa 1898 to 1921, (Brooklyn Historical Society) Ol...
British official in America. From the description of Receipt signed to an autograph letter signed (signature obliterated) dated Schonectady [sic] 24 December, 1764 : [n.p.], 1764 Dec. 25. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270496465 From the description of Autograph letter signed : Johnson Hall, to an unidentified correspondent, 1769 Apr. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270487684 Sir William Johnson was a wealthy land owner and trader, controlling most of the lands in...
George Heye was the President of the Museum of the American Indian. From the description of Letters to George and Thea Heye from Lorenzo Chavez and other Zuni Pueblo Indians, 1916-1930. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64063650 ...