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Gunn, James 1753-1801

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Works: 8 works in 13 publications in 1 language and 107 library holdings
Genres: History  Personal narratives  Treaties 
Classifications: Z1215,
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[Letter] 1791 Jan. 26, Philadelphia [to] Edw[ar]d Telfair, Governor of Georgia by James Gunn ( )
1 edition published in 1791 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Georgia Senator James Gunn writes to Edward Telfair, Governor of Georgia (1786-1787, 1790-1793) on January 26, 1791 to inform Telfair of recent proceedings in the Senate relative to the state. He transmits a copy (no longer attached) of the proceedings of the Senate regarding the late treaty with the Creeks (ostensibly the Treaty of New York, August 7, 1790). Gunn also mentions an unsuccessful expedition against unnamed Indians in the North (probably against Miami leader Little Turtle and his confederacy) and adds that this has made it necessary to rethink frontier protection. He suggests that there will be an increase in military expenditures before the Senate adjourns, and he assures the governor that troops will be sent to protect frontier inhabitants if the Creeks are "troublesome."
Nathanael Greene papers by William L. Clements Library ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The Nathanael Greene papers contain Greene's military and personal correspondence during American Revolution, with the bulk of the collection documenting his command in the Southern Department (1780-1783). The collection includes Greene's communications with George Washington, the Continental Congress, the War Board, state governors, and Continental Army officers and subordinates. Also present are military documents, such as returns, memoranda, and expense reports, and personal letters to and from his wife, Catherine
Anthony Wayne family papers by Wayne family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The Anthony Wayne family papers contain correspondence, diaries, documents, and accounts relating to several generations of the Wayne family of Pennsylvania. Of particular note is material concerning Anthony Wayne's service in the American Revolution and the Northwest Indian War, and William Wayne's service with the 97th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment in the Civil War
 
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English (13)