Speech of the Wyandot Chief to the Commissioners, July 27, 1793

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Subject

Speech of the Wyandot Chief to the Commissioners of the United States

Description

"In his speech to the Commissioners [of the United States], the Wyandot Chief admonishes them that they know very well that the boundary line established by the White People at the Treaty of Fort Stanwix was the Ohio River." Document is partially illegible; no image available.[http://wardepartmentpapers.org/document.php?id=8904]

Creator

Wyandot Chief [unidentified]

Date

1793/07/27

Document Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Draft document "Original Draft"

Docketing

[printed upper right] 8521 [first page]; [printed upper right 8522 [second page]; 21 July '93 [upper right, in later hand]

Location of Original

[1] National Archives of Canada, Superintendent General's Office, 1791-1828

Literature

[1] http://wardepartmentpapers.org/document.php?id=8904

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Citation

Wyandot Chief [unidentified], “Speech of the Wyandot Chief to the Commissioners, July 27, 1793,” Wyandot History: A Guide to Original Sources and Current Scholarship, accessed December 11, 2017, http://wyandothistory.com/index.html/items/show/39.

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