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Elijah Clarke letter to Col. Benjamin Cleavland, 1787 June 24.

Author: Elijah Clarke
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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The collection consists of a letter from Elijah Clarke, Hickory Grove, (Ga.) to Col. Benjamin Cleavland, Franklin County (Ga.), dated June 24, 1787. Clarke has just returned from seeing the Governor in Augusta and discusses the Governor's assurance that a treaty with the Creek Indians is imminent, mentions Alexander McGillvrary, and talks about a misunderstanding between the Indians and the Indian Commissioners.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Treaties
Named Person: Benjamin Cleavland; Alexander McGillivray
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elijah Clarke
OCLC Number: 38476345
Description: 1 folder (1 letter).

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The collection consists of a letter from Elijah Clarke, Hickory Grove, (Ga.) to Col. Benjamin Cleavland, Franklin County (Ga.), dated June 24, 1787. Clarke has just returned from seeing the Governor in Augusta and discusses the Governor's assurance that a treaty with the Creek Indians is imminent, mentions Alexander McGillvrary, and talks about a misunderstanding between the Indians and the Indian Commissioners.

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