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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 Indians

See also Chippewa Indians

See also Choctaw Indians

See also Commissioners for Indian affairs

See also Delaware Indians

See also Huron Indians

See also Intelligence

See also Iroquois Indians

See also Kickapoo Indians

See also Miami Indians

See also Ottawa Indians

See also Ouiatenon (Ouiatanon) Indians

See also Potawatomi Indians

See also Seneca

See also Shawnee Indians

See also Six Nations (Iroquois Confederacy)

See also Treaties

See also Tustur (Twit-wis) Indians

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

See also United States: Indian affairs

See also United States: Indian commissioners

See also Wabash Indians

See also Washington, George

See also Wyandot Indians