In the first two letters (written March 17 and May 25, 1791), Knox discusses gathering troops "for the purpose of marking the line next October mentioned in the treaty of the Creeks" (referring to the new boundary lines agreed upon in the Treaty of...
In the letter Knox explains that the Creek nation and the United States have just signed the Treaty of New York, a pact of "peace and strict friendship." He is sending this message with Creek representatives who are returning home, and he instructs...
In the letter Knox discusses the new garrison at St. Marys; the reenlistment and recruitment of soldiers; and the cost of salaries and supplies. He also mentions the Creek representatives who will pass the fort on their way home after signing the...
In the letter Knox explains the process Call must follow to obtain supplies for the troops he commands. He then discusses provisions to be given to Creek Indians who will be involved in drawing the new boundary lines agreed upon in the Treaty of...
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