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The Manuscript [Diaries 1:37]+

[Diary entry: 8 September 1784] [Diaries 4:16]+

[Diary entry: 12 September 1784] [Diaries 4:19]

[Diary entry: 12 September 1784] [Diaries 4:20]+

[Diary entry: 13 September 1784] [Diaries 4:21]+

[Diary entry: 14 September 1784] [Diaries 4:22]

[Diary entry: 20 September 1784] [Diaries 4:29]

[Diary entry: 22 September 1784] [Diaries 4:38]+

[Diary entry: 24 September 1784] [Diaries 4:43]+

[Diary entry: 4 October 1784] [Diaries 4:59]

From Captain Joshua Davis, 27 July 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:180]+

To Major Christopher French, 31 August 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:390]+

From John Adams, 6 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:37]

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 9–10 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:443]

From the Salem Committee of Safety, 25 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:539]+

From Major General William Heath, 26 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:133]+

From the Continental Congress Executive Committee, 9 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:21]+

From Brigadier General Samuel Holden Parsons, 10 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:302]+

To John Hancock, 29 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:10]

From Major General William Heath, 1 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:39]+

From Colonel William Grayson, 8 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:87]+

From Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh, 13 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:149]

To Owen Biddle, 14 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:159]

From Major General William Heath, 23 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:246]+

From Brigadier General George Clinton, 1 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:318]

General Orders, 7 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:361]

From Brigadier General Alexander McDougall, 19 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:480]+

From Major General Benjamin Lincoln, 22 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:499]

From Major General Horatio Gates, 24 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:515]

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 9 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:655]+

To Brigadier General John Stark, 5 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:257]+

To Brigadier General Jacob Bayley, 11 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:566]+

To John Jay, 13 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:406]+

To the Continental Congress Committee of Conference, 13 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 18:630]

To Alexander Henderson, 20 December 1784 [Confederation Series 2:198]+

From Henry Knox, 13 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:290]

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– Aaron Burr's views on [1 reference]

– accompany Continental army [3 references]

– accompany GW down Ohio [2 references]

– accused of mistreating prisoners [5 references]

– adopt white women [1 reference]

– affairs in Georgia [1 reference]

– agents [3 references]

– agents for [22 references]

– agents to Creek [2 references]

– aid British [3 references]

– aided by Great Britain [1 reference]

– aid escaped prisoners [1 reference]

– alcoholism among [1 reference]

– American commissioners [27 references]

– American conferences [33 references]

– American employment [40 references]

– American expeditions against [30 references]

– American fears of [2 references]

– American negotiations with [33 references]

– American opinions of [3 references]

– American policy toward [25 references]

– American relations [44 references]

– ammunition for [1 reference]

– and Abraham Bosomworth [2 references]

– and agriculture [1 reference]

– and Black Boys [1 reference]

– and bounties for [1 reference]

– and bounty lands [3 references]

– and Braddock's campaign [7 references]

– and Braddock's defeat [1 reference]

– and British [6 references]

– and British-American relations [1 reference]

– and British mediation [3 references]

– and Canada [4 references]

– and Chateaubriand [1 reference]

– and Cherry Valley raid [6 references]

– and Christopher Gist [8 references]

– and commercial relations with U.S. [1 reference]

– and council of war [1 reference]

– and deployment of New Army [3 references]

– and deserters [1 reference]

– and Dunkers [2 references]

– and Dunmore's War [11 references]

– and Edmond Atkin [5 references]

– and Fort Necessity campaign [20 references]

– and French [15 references]

– and French encroachment in Ohio country [1 reference]

– and frontier settlement [1 reference]

– and fur trade [2 references]

– and George Croghan [4 references]

– and George Rogers Clark [1 reference]

– and grand council at the Glaize [1 reference]

– and Grant's defeat [4 references]

– and Great Britain [12 references]

– and horses [3 references]

– and Indian agent for Virginia [12 references]

– and James Grant's defeat [4 references]

– and John Forbes [2 references]

– and Kentucky frontier [1 reference]

– and lands [9 references]

– and land titles [1 reference]

– and liquor [6 references]

– and liquor consumption [1 reference]

– and Mason-Dixon Line [1 reference]

– and Nathaniel Gist [1 reference]

– and Niagara [1 reference]

– and negotiations with U.S. [5 references]

– and North Carolina lands [2 references]

– and Panton, Leslie & Company [1 reference]

– and Pearis venture [2 references]

– and plan of civilization [1 reference]

– and prisoners [4 references]

– and public lands [1 reference]

– and Richard Pearis [3 references]

– and scalping [16 references]

– and settlers [4 references]

– and slaves [2 references]

– and southern agent [5 references]

– and St. Clair's defeat [5 references]

– and taxation [1 reference]

– and Thomas Bullitt [3 references]

– and trade and traders [7 references]

– and trade with U.S. [2 references]

– and Treaty of New York [1 reference]

– and U.S. trade [2 references]

– and Vincennes land grants [2 references]

– and western land speculations [1 reference]

– and William Cromwell [1 reference]

– and Yazoo land companies [3 references]

– anger of [1 reference]

– appeals from [1 reference]

– applicants for appointment as Indian agent [1 reference]

– apprehensions of war with [1 reference]

– armed by British [5 references]

– arms for [8 references]

– Armstrong expedition [1 reference]

– arrive in camp [2 references]

– as allies [2 references]

– as British allies [7 references]

– as captives [4 references]

– as guides [1 reference]

– as military allies [4 references]

– as prisoners [15 references]

– as prisoners of other Indians [1 reference]

– as prisoners of war [4 references]

– as runners [2 references]

– as scouts [9 references]

– as servants [1 reference]

– as sources of intelligence [1 reference]

– as spies [7 references]

– as threats to Americans [6 references]

– Atakapa Indians [1 reference]

– at Battle of Monongahela [1 reference]

– at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– at Plowed Hill [1 reference]

– atrocities against [1 reference]

– atrocities by [3 references]

– attack Americans in Canada [3 references]

– attacked and mistreated [9 references]

– attack forts [5 references]

– attack frontier [6 references]

– attack John Doughty [2 references]

– attacks [12 references]

– attacks by [134 references]

– attack settlements [4 references]

– attacks in Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– attacks on [2 references]

– attacks on American frontier settlements [14 references]

– attacks on Americans [15 references]

– attacks on frontier [1 reference]

– attacks on frontier settlers [15 references]

– attacks on N.Y. towns [4 references]

– attacks on Pa. frontier [6 references]

– attack U.S. peace mission [1 reference]

– attempts to enlist aid of [26 references]

– attempts to seize lands of [1 reference]

– attitudes toward [1 reference]

– attitudes toward Americans [4 references]

– at treaty [1 reference]

– badge to be worn by [1 reference]

– battles with [4 references]

– books on origins of [1 reference]

– bounty on hostile Indians [1 reference]

– bounty paid on scalps [1 reference]

– British agents [1 reference]

– British compared to [1 reference]

– British destruction of Kittanning [1 reference]

– British efforts to recruit [11 references]

– British employment [22 references]

– British relations [29 references]

– British support of [1 reference]

– British traders among [1 reference]

– British use of [13 references]

– burn fort [1 reference]

– burn speeches [1 reference]

– burn William Crawford at stake [1 reference]

– campaign against (Sullivan's expedition) [59 references]

– Canadian [1 reference]

– captives of [27 references]

– captured [3 references]

– captured by Americans [1 reference]

– capture prisoners [2 references]

– Carlisle council [3 references]

– carry letters [1 reference]

– casualties [15 references]

– casualties in northern campaign [1 reference]

– Catawba [1 reference]

– chase buffalo [1 reference]

– chastised [1 reference]

– Cherokee [7 references]

– Chickasaw [7 references]

– children attend school [4 references]

– Chippewa [1 reference]

– Choctaw [7 references]

– Christianity among [3 references]

– Christopher Gist's report on [2 references]

– clothing for [8 references]

– combat effectiveness of [2 references]

– comments by Anthony Wayne on [1 reference]

– commissioner of Indian affairs [1 reference]

– commissioners [20 references]

– commissioners from Virginia to [2 references]

– communications from GW [1 reference]

– communications to GW [1 reference]

– complaints about U.S. traders [1 reference]

– complaints against U.S. [2 references]

– complaints from [3 references]

– conditions among [1 reference]

– confederacy of [1 reference]

– conference with [2 references]

– Connolly's negotiations with [2 references]

– cost of pacifying [2 references]

– council at Buffalo Creek [3 references]

– councils of [10 references]

– Creek [8 references]

– critical of British [2 references]

– criticism of [6 references]

– criticized as mercenary [1 reference]

– dancing and music [1 reference]

– dancing and singing at Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– deception by [1 reference]

– defenses against [3 references]

– defenses against attack by [1 reference]

– Delaware [7 references]

– delegations of [8 references]

– deployment of [1 reference]

– depredations [6 references]

– depredations against [5 references]

– depredations by [21 references]

– depredations of [125 references]

– description of tribal government [1 reference]

– descriptions of appearance [1 reference]

– desert British [1 reference]

– deserters go with [1 reference]

– destruction of Kittanning [1 reference]

– difficulty of retaining until needed [2 references]

– diplomacy among [1 reference]

– dislike Thomas Bullitt going into their lands [1 reference]

– disposition [29 references]

– disposition toward Americans [35 references]

– disputed boundaries with [2 references]

– disputes over relations with [1 reference]

– distinguishing badges worn by [2 references]

– dress [1 reference]

– drums for [2 references]

– eat dogs [1 reference]

– education of [7 references]

– encampments of [1 reference]

– end of French alliance [1 reference]

– engagements with enemy [3 references]

– escorted from camp [1 reference]

– escorted to Canada [2 references]

– establishment of trade with [2 references]

– estimate of expenses for [3 references]

– evangelized [1 reference]

– executed by Americans [1 reference]

– expeditions against [77 references]

– expeditions by [1 reference]

– expenditures for council [1 reference]

– expenses of treaties [1 reference]

– expenses of war with [1 reference]

– extinction of [1 reference]

– families of [2 references]

– Fauquier refuses to send envoy to [1 reference]

– Five Nations [1 reference]

– flee angry dogs [1 reference]

– food and beer for [1 reference]

– Fort Loudoun as rendezvous of [1 reference]

– Fort Necessity campaign [20 references]

– forts for protection of [1 reference]

– forts overawe [1 reference]

– French allies [1 reference]

– French Indians discover new road [1 reference]

– French intrigues among [1 reference]

– French recruitment of [1 reference]

– French relations with [1 reference]

– friendliness of [2 references]

– frontier attacks [19 references]

– frontier movements and dispositions [8 references]

– funds for [8 references]

– funds for agents [1 reference]

– George Croghan's peace mission to Shawnee [1 reference]

– gifts [4 references]

– gifts to [2 references]

– given money by GW [1 reference]

– gnaw provisions [3 references]

– goods for [17 references]

– grand council of [1 reference]

– grant land [1 reference]

– guides for [1 reference]

– GW lacks right to treat with [3 references]

– GW meets with [5 references]

– GW on [1 reference]

– GW reports to Forbes on [1 reference]

– GW's addresses to [1 reference]

– GW's message to northwestern Indians [1 reference]

– GW's policy toward [7 references]

– GW's proposal to copy war tactics of [1 reference]

– GW's view on treaties with [1 reference]

– GW's views on [4 references]

– GW's views on relations with [3 references]

– GW's views on war with [1 reference]

– GW to direct war routes [1 reference]

– GW visits camp of [1 reference]

– help with shipbuilding [1 reference]

– Henry Knox reports on [2 references]

– Henry Knox's reports on relations with [1 reference]

– Henry Knox's views on [1 reference]

– home of the Blinking Woman [1 reference]

– horses for [2 references]

– horses of [1 reference]

– hostilities against Great Britain [1 reference]

– hostilities in Ohio Valley [6 references]

– hostilities with U.S. [1 reference]

– hostility of [1 reference]

– illnesses of [2 references]

– immigration into territory of [1 reference]

– impact of war with [1 reference]

– imposture [1 reference]

– in American service [8 references]

– in 1753 and 1754 expeditions [11 references]

– in 1759 expedition [1 reference]

– in Brazil [1 reference]

– in British service [30 references]

– in Canada [8 references]

– Indian agents [2 references]

– Indian mounds [1 reference]

– Indian prisoners at Fort Washington (Ohio) [2 references]

– Indian shout [1 reference]

– Indian war prevents surveying western lands [1 reference]

Industry (British schooner) [1 reference]

– in Florida [1 reference]

– in French and Indian War [2 references]

– in Illinois County, Va. [1 reference]

– in Mexico [1 reference]

– in Ohio country [2 references]

– in Pennsylvania [3 references]

– in popular culture [1 reference]

– Insignia [1 reference]

– instructions concerning [1 reference]

– instructions regarding [10 references]

– instructions to [6 references]

– intelligence [4 references + 25 subentries]

– intelligence from [11 references]

– intelligence regarding [10 references]

– interpreters [4 references]

– interpreters for [16 references]

– in the American service [2 references]

– in the British service [6 references]

– in the Spanish colonies [1 reference]

– intrigues among [7 references]

– in Vincennes expedition [1 reference]

– jailed as spies [7 references]

– John Connolly's contempt for [1 reference]

– join British [2 references]

– join Loyalists [2 references]

– Kaskaskia [2 references]

– Kickapoo [1 reference]

– kill cattle [1 reference]

– killed [2 references]

– kill messengers [1 reference]

– kill William Crawford [1 reference]

– labor on mill [2 references]

– land claims [1 reference]

– land reserved for [1 reference]

– lands in Pennsylvania must be purchased by colony [1 reference]

– land titles extinguished [1 reference]

– languages [2 references]

– line of forts suggested [1 reference]

– liquor [2 references]

– liquor for [2 references]

– list of tribes not included in Treaty of Fort Harmar [1 reference]

– Lord's Prayer in Indian languages [1 reference]

– Loyalist relations [2 references]

– Lutheran missions to [1 reference]

– make peace [2 references]

– massacred [1 reference]

– massacres by [1 reference]

– massacres of [2 references]

– may turn against British [2 references]

– medals for [2 references]

– medical care for [1 reference]

– method of warfare condemned [1 reference]

– Miami [8 references]

– military abilities [1 reference]

– military action against [1 reference]

– military strength of [1 reference]

– militia expeditions against [1 reference]

– Mingo [1 reference]

– “Ministerial Line” as a temporary expedient to quiet them [1 reference]

– misbehavior of [2 references]

– mismanagement of [7 references]

– missionaries to [5 references]

– mode of war [1 reference]

– money for repelling [1 reference]

– money given to [1 reference]

– Moravian [1 reference]

– movements of [21 references]

– murdered [3 references]

– murdered by whites [4 references]

– murder settlers [3 references]

– murders of [18 references]

– mutilation by [1 reference]

– Nathaniel Gist and the Cherokee [1 reference]

– need for [12 references]

– negotiations and treaties with [4 references]

– negotiations concerning in North Carolina [1 reference]

– negotiations with [42 references]

– New York-Genesee Land Company's negotiations with [1 reference]

– no signs of on Braddock Road [1 reference]

– numbers estimated [2 references]

– of British forces [6 references + 9 subentries]

– of Canada [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– of the Northwest Territory [5 references + 67 subentries]

– of the South [18 subentries]

– of the Southwest Territory [3 subentries]

– Ohio River set as Indian boundary [1 reference]

– Ohio tribes [1 subentry]

– on frontiers [3 references]

– on Georgia frontier [1 reference]

– on Northwest frontier [2 references]

– on 1770 Ohio journey [10 references]

– on Quebec expedition [4 references]

– on scout [7 references]

– on ships [1 reference]

– on southern frontier [12 references]

– on the southwest frontier [3 references]

– on Wabash River [3 references]

– opinion of Arthur St. Clair [1 reference]

– opinion of whites [1 reference]

– ordered to take prisoners [6 references]

– orders regarding [2 references]

– paint for [1 reference]

– papers concerning [1 reference]

– passive [1 reference]

– paths [7 references]

– Pennsylvania trade with [1 reference]

– plans for education of [2 references]

– plied with liquor [1 reference]

– point out best lands [1 reference]

– popular opinion on [1 reference]

– position of defended [5 references]

– presents to [10 references]

– pressure of population against [1 reference]

– pretended friendship of [1 reference]

– prisoners of [18 references]

– proclamation concerning [1 reference]

– Proclamation of 1763 a temporary expedient to quiet [1 reference]

– proclamations to [1 reference]

– proposals for civilizing [5 references]

– proposals for dealing with [1 reference]

– proposed expedition against [8 references]

– prospective attacks on [13 references]

– prospective expeditions against [5 references]

– provide intelligence [4 references]

– provisions and supplies for [37 references]

– provisions for treaties [1 reference]

– punishment for giving liquor to [1 reference]

– purchase of licenses to trade with [1 reference]

– purchases of land from [1 reference]

– pursuit of [6 references]

– Quaker address to [1 reference]

– raid frontier [3 references]

– raids in Maryland [1 reference]

– ratification of treaties with [1 reference]

– reconnaissance of [1 reference]

– recruited for American army [5 references]

– recruiting among [2 references]

– recruitment of [1 reference]

– refuse presents [1 reference]

– refuse to travel new road [1 reference]

– regulation of relations with [2 references]

– relations among tribes [3 references]

– relations with [8 subentries]

– religion of and missionaries to [2 references]

– religious references [4 references]

– renegades of [3 references]

– renounce claims to land [3 references]

– reported Oneida attack on Brant's force [2 references]

– reports concerning [8 references]

– reports on [5 references]

– reports on activities of [5 references]

– reports on depredations of [2 references]

– reports on western tribes [3 references]

– resist cultural extinction [1 reference]

– restrictions of settlement on lands of [1 reference]

– retaliation against [1 reference]

– return home [1 reference]

– return of goods for [1 reference]

– returns of [3 references]

– returns of southern Indians [3 references]

– reward offered for killers of [1 reference]

– rewards for prisoners and scalps [2 references]

– rights of [1 reference]

– rights to lands [1 reference]

– rumors of attacks [4 references]

– sale of alcohol to [1 reference]

– sales of lands of [1 reference]

– Sandy Creek expedition against [1 reference]

– scalped by whites [3 references]

– scalping incidents [2 references]

– scalps taken by white men [2 references]

– schools for [1 reference]

– scouted [2 references]

– seek education [1 reference]

– seek protection [1 reference]

– Seneca [11 references]

– sent at wrong season [2 references]

– settlements [1 reference]

– Shawnee [2 references]

– Six Nations [6 references]

– Six Nations sell land [1 reference]

– skirmishes with [59 references]

– skirmish with Virginia Regiment [4 references]

– slave escapes from [2 references]

– Southern [1 reference + 11 subentries]

– southern Indians despise British [1 reference]

– southern tribes [4 references + 6 subentries]

– sovereignty of [1 reference]

– sow confusion [1 reference]

– Spain's policy toward [1 reference]

– speeches and messages [14 references]

– speeches by [5 references]

– speeches to [2 references]

– speeches to and from [4 references]

– spy activities [2 references]

– steal horses [1 reference]

– stop surveying of Mason-Dixon line [1 reference]

– strategy and tactics [2 references]

– strength of [4 references]

– superintendent of Indian affairs [3 references]

– supplies for [65 references]

– tactics against [1 reference]

– tactics of [3 references]

– take captives [3 references]

– take horses [1 reference]

– take scalps [2 references]

– take up the hatchet [1 reference]

– their grant to George Croghan [2 references]

– theories on origins [1 reference]

– Thomas Bullitt visits Shawnee villages [1 reference]

– Thomas Jefferson's views on [1 reference]

– threaten Montreal [2 references]

– threats [38 references]

– threat to American frontier [65 references + 6 subentries]

– to be sent against Indian towns on Ohio [1 reference]

– towns [2 references]

– traders with [3 references]

– trade with [31 references]

– trade with Spanish agents [1 reference]

– trade with U.S. [8 references]

– trading posts [1 reference]

– trails [1 reference]

– treaties with [88 references]

– treaties with U.S. [1 reference]

– treatment [4 references]

– treatment by British [1 reference]

– treatment of [1 reference]

– treatment of prisoners [2 references]

– treat with Americans [3 references]

– treat with Continental Congress [1 reference]

– treaty at Nashville [1 reference]

– Treaty of Fort Harmar [1 reference]

– tribal relations [5 references]

– Twightwees [1 reference]

– U.S. boundary with [1 reference]

– usefulness of [9 references]

– U.S. relations with Creek [11 references]

– utter scalp halloo [1 reference]

– vessels of [2 references]

– views on [2 subentries]

– villages of [1 reference]

– Virginia legislature comments on [1 reference]

– visits to [7 subentries]

– vocabularies [12 references + 1 subentry]

– Wabash [4 references]

– wampum [6 references]

– wampum belts and strings [2 references]

– war against southern colonies [1 reference]

– wars in Georgia [1 reference]

– way of life [1 reference]

– wear out their moccasins [1 reference]

– well-disposed [1 reference]

– western tribes seek British friendship [1 reference]

– white men dressed as [4 references]

– whites at fault in Indian outbreak [3 references]

– whites at fault in skirmishes with [2 references]

– whites dress as [1 reference]

– whites forbidden to buy or steal presents given to [1 reference]

– William Johnson settles his people on Indian lands [1 reference]

– Winchester council [1 reference]

– with American army [2 references]

– writings about [1 reference]

– Wyandot [6 references]

See Also

See also Cayuga [matches multiple entries]

See also Chippewa [matches multiple entries]

See also Choctaw

See also Commissioners for Indian affairs

See also Delaware

See also Huron [matches multiple entries]

See also Intelligence

See also Iroquois

See also Kickapoo [matches multiple entries]

See also Miami [matches multiple entries]

See also Ottawa [matches multiple entries]

See also Ouiatanon (Wea) [link unavailable]

See also Potawatomi

See also Seneca

See also Shawnee [matches multiple entries]

See also Six Nations

See also Treaties

See also Tustur

See also United States: Indian affairs

See also United States: Indian commissioners

See also United States commissioners to southern Indians [link unavailable]

See also Wabash [matches multiple entries]

See also Washington, George

See also Wyandot