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Author: Daniel Parker
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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A large portion of the papers is official correspondence of the War Department in which Daniel Parker was adjutant and inspector general, 1810-1845. There are letters of: Thomas Jefferson, 1803-1808; James Madison, 1808-1814; James Monroe, 1811-1819; Andrew Jackson, 1803-1818; William Henry Harrison, 1802-1813; General John Armstrong, 1812-1842; H. Dearborn, 1803-1819; William Eustis, 1809-1822; George Izard,
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Named Person: John James Abert; John Armstrong; Amos Binney; Aaron Burr; James Byers; John C Calhoun; William Charles Coles Clairborne; John Dayton; Henry Dearborn; Stephen Decatur; William Duane; John Henry Eaton; William Eustis; D Gadsden; William Hull; Callander Irvine; George Izard; Andrew Jackson; Thomas Jefferson; Henry Leavenworth; Meriwether Lewis; James Madison; James Monroe; David Porter; William Rawle; T Ringgold; Winfield Scott; John Tyler; James Wilkinson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Parker
OCLC Number: 122441090
Description: 8 linear ft.

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A large portion of the papers is official correspondence of the War Department in which Daniel Parker was adjutant and inspector general, 1810-1845. There are letters of: Thomas Jefferson, 1803-1808; James Madison, 1808-1814; James Monroe, 1811-1819; Andrew Jackson, 1803-1818; William Henry Harrison, 1802-1813; General John Armstrong, 1812-1842; H. Dearborn, 1803-1819; William Eustis, 1809-1822; George Izard, 1813-1817; Thomas Johnston, 1808; Winfield Scott, 1807-1821; James Wilkinson, 1801-1820; and others.

Included are: Governor John Dayton to Thomas Jefferson, letters, 1801-1802, concerning the landing of French Negroes on the southern coasts of the Union; petitions of Indian tribes to Thomas Jefferson, 1804-1808; Jefferson's letters to Indian chiefs, 1805-1808; Andrew Jackson letters, 1804-1818, relating to Indian depredations on the Tennessee River, Mobile Creek warfare, etc.; Captain Meriwether Lewis' report to Jefferson on western territories, 1803; letters of W.C.C. Claiborne and of other noted persons concerned in the affairs of Louisiana, the Floridas, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, 1801-1821; survey of the head of Muscle Shoals, Tennessee River, east of the Chickasaw nation, 1818; letter of James Wilkinson to Thomas Jefferson, 1806, denouncing Aaron Burr as a conspirator and a traitor, and discussing means of defense of New Orleans; Stephen Decatur's reports on the condition of the Chesapeake after the battle with the Leopard, 1807; papers relating to war agitation, embargoes, and military preparedness against England, 1806-1812.

Material on War of 1812 in the voluminous official papers, 1812-1815; letters of James Madison, James Monroe, William Eustis, and of commanding officers, deal with mobilization plans, military campaigns, movement of troops, battles, General William Hull's disaster at Detroit, 1812, his subsequent trial for treason in 1814, and other important incidents of the war.

Official papers, 1816-1841, include letters of Colonel J.J. Abert, John C. Calhoun, John Henry Eaton, H. Leavenworth, David Porter, T. Ringgold, Winfield Scott, John Tyler, and others, on military, administrative, political, and economic affairs, courts martial, claims against the government, regulations of sutlers, 1818-1820, Mexican War, Cherokee and Dakota treaties, West Point regulations, etc.

Daniel Parker correspondence, 1811-1845, relates to his official and financial activities: letters of Amos Binney, James Byers, William Duane, D. Gadsden, C. Irvine, W. Rawle, Parker family, and others.

Additional items include: numerous pamphlets; army and navy registers; books on medicine; map of West Geneseo, N.Y., 1800; view of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1807; map of a route from Kansas to the Pacific, 1843.

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