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Papers, 1751-1841

Author: Francis VigoJohn AskinJohn BadolletSimon William Gabriel Bruté de RémurLewis CassAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Business and personal papers relating to the fur trade at Vincennes and Fort Wayne, Ind., Detroit, Mich., and Montréal, Québec; Vigo's relations with John Askin and the Miami Company; business dealings with the Piankashaw and other midwestern Indians; land transactions at Vincennes, particularly regarding the donation lands granted by Congress in 1789 to the old French inhabitants of Vincennes; financial affairs  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Claims
History
Named Person: George Rogers Clark; George Rogers Clark
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Vigo; John Askin; John Badollet; Simon William Gabriel Bruté de Rémur; Lewis Cass; Auguste Chouteau
OCLC Number: 28409243
Description: 4 boxes.

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Business and personal papers relating to the fur trade at Vincennes and Fort Wayne, Ind., Detroit, Mich., and Montréal, Québec; Vigo's relations with John Askin and the Miami Company; business dealings with the Piankashaw and other midwestern Indians; land transactions at Vincennes, particularly regarding the donation lands granted by Congress in 1789 to the old French inhabitants of Vincennes; financial affairs of the French inhabitants of the Illinois Country and American settlers around Vincennes; work on behalf of generals Anthony Wayne and William Henry Harrison in their negotiations with the Indians; and his efforts to collect repayment from Congress for his loans to George Rogers Clark during the American Revolution. Includes papers of John Askin, John Badollet, Bishop Simon Bruté de Rémur, Lewis Cass, Auguste Chouteau, John Ewing, John Hay Farnham, Pierre Gibault, John Francis Hamtramck, William Henry Harrison, Andrew Holmes, Washington Johnston, John Law, Manuel Lisa, Pierre Menard, Benjamin Parke, Barthelemi Tardiveau, and William Wells.

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