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|Named Person:||Richard C Anderson; John Armstrong; Daniel Brodhead; Richard Butler; Abraham Chapline; Auguste Pierre Chouteau; Benjamin Clark; Valentine Thomas Dalton; John Dodge; John Edwards; Ninian Edwards; John Girault; James Harrod; Gilbert Imlay; Harry Innes; John Montgomery; John Rogers; Arthur St Clair; Robert Todd; John Williams|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Clark; Charles Floyd; Lyman Copeland Draper
|Notes:||Forms part of the Lyman Copeland Draper Manuscripts. The Draper Manuscripts consist of fifty collections, sometimes referred to as fifty "series," under the one overarching title. See the Draper Manuscripts Overview on the Wisconsin Historical Society website, and the "Guide to the Draper Manuscripts" by Josephine Harper (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1983) for further information.|
|Description:||0.5 c.f. (6 volumes)|
|Other Titles:||Draper Mss.|
Papers of the elder William Clark include correspondence (1777-1791), pertaining to his service in the Illinois Regiment, administration of the Illinois grant, and the development of Clarksville, Kentucky and Clarksville, Indiana (including maps). Correspondents include his father Benjamin Clark, Richard C. Anderson, John Armstrong, Daniel Brodhead, Richard Butler, Abraham Chapline, Valentine Dalton, John Dodge, John Edwards, James Harrod, Gilbert Imlay, Harry Innes, John Montgomery, John Rogers, Arthur St. Clair, Robert Todd, and John Williams. Letters (1782-1790) of John Girault in New Orleans and Natchez concern economic conditions and relations with the Spanish in the lower Mississippi River valley. Also includes a letterbook (1782-1789), primarily of letters written to John Girault, a ledger (1784-1785) and daybook (1787-1791), muster rolls, supply inventories, and land survey notes.
Papers of the younger William Clark (1770-1838) include material on midwestern Indian affairs, 1814-1822, primarily messages delivered in 1815 to representatives of the Chippewa (Ojibwa), Kickapoo, Menominee, Potawatomi, and Sauk and Fox (Meskwaki) tribes signed by Clark, Auguste Chouteau, and Illinois territorial governor Ninian Edwards. Also includes the journal, May 14-August 17, 1804, of Charles Floyd, a sergeant with the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
The bulk of the papers in this series are those of the elder William.
- Anderson, Richard C. -- (Richard Clough), -- 1750-1826.
- Armstrong, John, -- 1755-1816.
- Brodhead, Daniel, -- 1736-1809.
- Butler, Richard, -- 1743-1791.
- Chapline, Abraham, -- 1754-1824.
- Chouteau, Auguste Pierre, -- 1786-1838.
- Clark, Benjamin.
- Dalton, Valentine Thomas, -- 1754-1807.
- Dodge, John, -- 1751-1800.
- Edwards, John.
- Edwards, Ninian, -- 1775-1833.
- Girault, John.
- Harrod, James, -- 1742-1793.
- Imlay, Gilbert, -- 1754?-1828?
- Innes, Harry, -- 1752-1816.
- Montgomery, John.
- Rogers, John, -- 1780-1860.
- St. Clair, Arthur, -- 1734-1818.
- Todd, Robert.
- Williams, John.
- Indians of North America.
- Algonquian Indians.
- Illinois -- Politics and government -- To 1865.
- Clarksville (Clark County, Ind.)
- Clarksville (Ky.)
- Mississippi River Valley -- History -- To 1803.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Spain.
- United States -- Discovery and exploration.
- West (U.S.) -- Description and travel.