In the letter McConnell discusses debts he owes and recent payment for legal services that Dellet provided. He also mentions personal problems, such as the loss of his sons, "negro woman," and house; he is left alone to plant and harvest his crops.
Felix McConnell had been appointed as an agent to oversee the transactions. The receipt lists the cost of the purchases (corn, beef, and the "hire of waggons to haul 357 native Creek Indians from Cherokee nation to his encampment of Indians in...
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