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Copy of the Cusata King's talk delivered to [John Galphin], 1786 Apr. 11

Author: Jno John Galphin; Hargrett Library.; University of Georgia. Libraries.; Southeastern Native American Documents Collection (GALILEO (Georgia statewide project))
Publisher: 1786.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This document is a copy of the Cusata King's talk sent to adopted Creek John Galphin, April 11, 1786. The talk warns that the Spaniards have sent a talk to the Creeks at Tellico in which they are urged to turn against the white people in upper Georgia. They are informed that the Choctaws and Chickasaws are complying with this request and are receiving arms and ammunition. The Cusatas indicate their unwillingness to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Speeches, addresses, etc
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jno John Galphin; Hargrett Library.; University of Georgia. Libraries.; Southeastern Native American Documents Collection (GALILEO (Georgia statewide project))
OCLC Number: 44276025
Notes: Manuscript held by the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library of the University of Georgia Libraries, Telamon Cuyler Collection, MS1170, box 78, folder 12, document 04.
Document ID: tcc205.
Digital image of original manuscript, scanned by the University of Georgia Libraries in 2000, as part of GALILEO, funded in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Description: 2 pages /leaves
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This document is a copy of the Cusata King's talk sent to adopted Creek John Galphin, April 11, 1786. The talk warns that the Spaniards have sent a talk to the Creeks at Tellico in which they are urged to turn against the white people in upper Georgia. They are informed that the Choctaws and Chickasaws are complying with this request and are receiving arms and ammunition. The Cusatas indicate their unwillingness to join stating that they are friends with the Americans, but some Creeks have already been persuaded and have embarked on a mission to murder whites on the Georgia frontiers. The Cusata King requests that a peaceful talk from the Governor (of Georgia) be sent to the hostile parties in order to pacify them. John Galphin and Philip Scott intend to try to intercept the hostile groups and prevent them from committing any murders.

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