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Magistrates appointed at Fort Pitt, in 1771,.... 90

Maiming, law punishing, 389

Manufactures of Indiana territory, 438

at Harmony, in 1822, 548

McArthnr, Gen. Duncan,—

appeal of Indians to, 510

McDonald, Mj\jor AnRu«, —

destroys Indian villages on Muskingum,.. 94

Marest, Gabriel,-

bis account of mission at Kaskaskia, 22

Marietta founded, 210

condition of settlement, in 1791, 256

Marriages, territorial laws regulating 216, 300

Martin's station, in Kentucky, attacked, 171

Marqnette, James, notice of. 3

Massac, M.,—

commandant of a pott on Ohio, 63

, fort, notice of, 343



Manaobnaettt, —

relinquishes claims to western landa,.,..^. 206

Massacre, at Pigeon Ibost, in 1812, 481

of Moravian Indians, »..^ 175

McComb, Mrs., of Detroit,—

a friend to the United States, in 1779,.-^ ISL

Meigs, Return Jonathan, —

territorial Judge in 1798, ^... 388

Mermet's discussion with an Indian, ^ SI

Mexican war, notice of, „.., 67*

Miami Indians. (Twightwees),—

territory once claimed by, 6

situation of their villup^, „... •

number of warriors in 17G5, 13

permit other tribes to reside in their terri-
tory, 14

their first treaty with English, „ 4S

description of, in 1718, ^ 401

M. de Vinccnnes sent to, in 17(»o, ^. 400

(See •• expeditions" and ** treaties.*'

Miami village (site of Fort Wayne),—

La Balme's depredations on traders at,.... 17t

Harmar's expedition against, ^ 248

destruction of,...". 251

battle at, 2.^

fort at, erected by Gen. Wayne, 365

account of, in 1718, 401

notice of, in 17G5, 403

Michigan territory esUblishod, 415

Michigan road begun in 1830, 671

Missionaries, early, 8

visit Miami Indians, 6

obstacles encountered by, 6, 7

views of, on intoxicating liquors, 12, 13

Mission, at St. Joseph, in 1721, „ 12

Mlsslssincwa, —

Indian council at, in 1812, 483

battle of, 611

villages destroyed on, 626

Mississippi valley, —

claimed by France, ., 4, 47

population of, in 1713, „ 26

trade of, monopolised by Indies Com-
pany, -. 29

early French settlements in, 46

Mississippi river, —

visited by Do Soto, 3

visited bv Marquette and Jollet, 3

mouth of, discovered by La Salle, 4

early names of, 25

negotiations concerning navigation of, 189, 190
reported early English settlements on...... 4<S

Mississippi company, organized, 27

merged in company of the Indiea, 28

Mississippi territory, eetablishod, 390

Missouri river, early names of, „ 26

Mobile, a district of Louisiana, 28

Montcalm, Marquis de,—

mortally wounded at Quebec, «. 61

Montgomery', Col., —

commandant in Illinois, 167

Moravian Indians, massacre of, » 175

Morgan, Col. George, —

elected Indian agent. In 1776, HI

Morrison, Lieut., attacked by Indians, ».. 539

Mutiny, on Hopkins' Illinois expedition, 499

Natchez nation, destroyed, 43

Natchez, a district of Louisiana, 28

Natchitoches, a district of Lonisiana, 28

Navigation of the Mississippi, 65

^ews of Spain on, ». 189, 190



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NeeTes, Daniel, —

deposition of, concerning eeixi^re of Span-

iah goods at Yincennes, 199

Kegroes and mnlattoes, —

Toto on exclosion and colonization of, 577

Hew Harmony settlement, 649

Hew Orleans, founded 27

a district of Louisiana, 28

New York,—

relinquishes claim to western lands, ^.206

Niagara, council at, in 1793, 3U9

Noble, James, —

elected U. S. senator, in 1816, 6G2

Noble, Got. Noah,.—

views of, on Internal improvements 671

Nova Scotia settled by French, 2

Oath of supremacy,—

taken by early colonists of Yirginia, 31

Oath of fidelity to Great Britain,—

taken by inhabitants of Ytncenneti, 110

Oath of allegiance to Yirginia, —

taken by inhabitants of Kaskaskia, 127

taken by inhabitants of Yincennes, 128

Oath of attorneys, in 1792, « 300

Oath concerning dueling, in Indiana tcrri>
tory, 631

Ohio Company, —

formed in 1748, 60

received a grant of land 60

employed agent to explore the weMt, 62

e«tabli8hed a trading-post amung Miarais, 62
began to build a fort at the site of Pitts-
burg, 65

Ohio Company of Asi«)ciate8,—

organized, 207

contract for northwestern lands, 209

established settlement at Marietta, 210

Ohio river, early names of, 25

proposed English settlements on. In 1716, 47
proposed boundary between Indians and
whites, 90, 204, 318, 323, 320, 327

Ordinance, —

concerning slaves, in 1724, 31

concerning lands of N. W. territory, 182, 6C")

of July 18, 1787, 203, 6,39, 640

regulating sales of lands and slaves at
Yincennes, in 1790, 407

Order of march, —

on Harmar's campaign, 244

on Tippecanoe campaign, 468, 469, 4GV

Order of Encampment, —

on Harmar's campaign 245

St. Clair's, on Nov. 3, 1791, 278

at Tippecanoe battle-ground, 46G

Ooabache, (or WabaMi) river,—

called St. Jerome, 25

re|>orted EngllMh settlements on, in 1716, 402
early settlements on, 54, 400, 403

Onlatenon — notice of, 64

account of, in 1718, 401

Dubuison selected as commandant, in

1719, 402

baptism at. In 1752, 4(KJ t

visited bv Col. Croghan, in 1706, 4a3

visited by Ganielin, in 1790, 227

proposed expedition against, 2G1

villages around, destroyed, by Scott, 205

Tillf^es at, destroyed by Wilkinson, 271

Owen, Bobert, at New Harmony 549

Parke, Benjamin, —

elected delegate to Congress, 417

realgns, and Is appointed territorial Judge, 436
•ddre«ee letter to Governor Poaey, 543



Parsons, Samnel Holden, —

territorial Judge, 214

Pay of terltorial legislators^ 2^

Peace commissioners, of 1793, —

proceedings of, 304 to 829

Peijnry, how punishable,...: 215

Pennsylvania militia, —

in Harmar's campaign, 243

recruits in St. Clair's expedition, 276

Pierre, Don Engenio, expedition of, 178

Pigeon Roost massacre, 498

Pipes, silver — given to Indians at Greenville,. 634

Plowing, a perilous employment, 491

Point Pleasant, battle at, 94

Pontlac, an Indian chief, —

stojis the march of Hf^or Bogers, 67

se'tads warriors to assist English troops,.... 67

forms confederacy against English, 68

besieges I>etr£>it, 71

assassinated, 79

Popular sovereignty, —

&vored iu Indiana territory, la 1S07, 413

Population, —

of Mississippi valley, in 1713, 26

of northwestern trading-posts. In 1705,... 84

of Indiana territory', In 1808, 4.36

of Indiana territory, in 1810, 4.38

of Indiana territory, in 1815 655

of the State of Indiana, 679

Portage, near Miami village, "AOl

Posey, Thomas,—

appointed governor of Indiana territory,. 523

his first message to legislature, 627

removes to JefTorsonvIIle, 630

convenes the legislature, 642

his mossHge to legislature 664

Pottawattamies, (iu Indiana.)—

permitted to enter territory of Miamis,... 14

at MIssissinewa, in 1812, 484

villages in 1817, 17

(See " expeditions " and " treaties.")

Power, Thomas, —

a Spnnii^h emissary In the west, 380

his letter to Gayoso 383

Powder mills, in Indiana, in 1810, 438

Prairie, fired by Indians, 498

Presq Isle, French prepare to build fort at,... 52

Prince, William,—

government messenger to Indians, 439

Prisoners, —

rewards offered for, 79

releiu^ed bv Indians 90

taken to Fort Steuben, 165

Proclamation.—

restrlninsr English settlements to eastern

Bitle of Alli'chHny mountains, 84

of Col, John Todd. In 1779 168

of peace between U. S. and Great Britain, 179
concerning encroachments on western

l.m.l- 182

forbidding Invasion of Spanlph territorv,

340,342
forbidding removal of colored persona
from Indiana territory, 414

Profivne swearing rebuked, 216

Prophet, the Shawanee. —

settles among the Pelawares, 424

removes to Greenville, 420

makes settlement on the Wabash 426

his letter to Gov. Harrison, in 1808, 427

his Interviews with Gov. Harrison, 428

his speech in 1808 428

his interviews with Gov. Harrison, in
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Prophet, the Shawanee, — eonHmusit

oppones sales oflDdiAn lands, 431

his declarations in 1810, 440

hto reception of Mr. Barron, 441

reported hostile acts of, in 1811, 461

at hattle of Tippecanoe, 472

joined the British at Detroit, 61G

farther notice of, 653

Prophet's Town, —

settlement of Indians at, , 426

conduct of Indians at. In 1810, 440

annuity salt seized at, 450

Gapt. Wilson's reception at, 452

hostility of Indians at 456

preparations for expedition against, 456

peace deputation of Indians from, arrive

at Vincepnes 457

reported hostility of Indians at, 461

conduct of Indians at, on the approach of •

Harrison's army, 463,464

town destroyed, 472

rebuilt, and destroyed in 1812, 602

Public worship, —

militia to be armed when attending, S99

Public debt of Indiana, —

amount of, in 1841, 573

adjustment of, 574

Putnam, Gen. Bnftis, —

one of the founders of Marietta, 210

writes to Washington on Indian hostilities, 255
negotiatea treaty at Vincennos, 293

Quebec fbnnded, ^ 2

Uken by the English, ^ 64

boundaries of province of, extended, ....... 89

Quebec Act, opposed by English colonists, 00

Bacine, Jean Baptiste, —

grants lands to settlers at Tincennes, 100

Baisln, river, battle of, 531

Randolph, John, —

views of, on slavery in Indiana territory,. 411

Bandolph, Thomas, —

vote for, as delegate to Congress, in 1809,. 438
killed at battle of Tippecanoe, 471

Bangers, United States, —

employed for defense of Indiana territory. 520

their arms, dress, service, etc., 523

in Col. Bartholomew's expedition 524

in Col. Bussell's expedition 527

Bappe, Frederick, —

manager of afTairs at ITarmony, 549

Basics, Sebastian,—

views of, on intoxicating liquors among

Indtons, 13

Bay, governor, Jamfs B,, —

hlB views on internal improvements, 570

Receipts of Indiana Treasury, 1816, to 1856,... 679
Becords of Knox cOnnty,—

destroyed by fire, in 1814, 547

Rivet, the Abb^,—

opens a school at Yincennes, 390

Rivers, western,—

early names of, 25

Robbery, punishment of, 215

Rogers, Mivjor Robert, —

ordered to take possession of Detroit, 66

his interview with Fontiac, 67

Rogers, Capt. John,—

commands boat, or galley, on expedition

against Yincennes, 138

Ruddle's station, in Kentucky, attacked, 171

RusMiU, Col. William,—

gives an account of Governor Edward's
expedition against Peoria towns, 500



Russell, Col. WiUiam,— ttm«iNi«<f,

his expedition against Misalasinawa towns, 635



Sabbath -breaking,—

lixjunctions concerning, 816

how punishable, .<.^~. 42S

Saekville, Fort,—

surrendered, at Ylnoennei, ^^ 156

Sandusky, French fort at, in 1754, „.. M

Sargent, Winthrop,—

agent of land company, «.» SOT

secretary of territory, „.. S23

proceeds to organize government at Yin-
cennes, 233

his views on land titles, 833

letter trom magistrate, of Vinoennca, to,.. 234
letter from inhabitants of Yincennas, to,.. 23t

his answer to inhabitants, 238

organizes civil government at Detroit, 379

his views on Spanish movements in tha

west, 3»

appointed governor of Mississippi terri-
tory, 390

Saw mUU in Indiana, in 1810, 43S

Seat of government, —

for Indiana territory, fixed at Ylncennea,. 408

site on White river, proposed In 1811, 440

removed to Corydon, in 1813, 520

for State government, site selected, 578

removed to Indianapolis, in 1825............. 576

Secretaries of State, for Indiana, 581

Sedition,—

act of congress concerning, „ 386

Servants, disobedient, —

how punishable, .^... 428

laws of Indiana territory, concerning, —
Appendix 617

Scalps, rewards offered for, 63, 79, 110

mode of taking, .....^ 480

Schools, legislation concerning, 665 to 660

(See " educatfon.")

Scott, General Charles,—

Joins Har mar's expedition to Scioto, 940

appointed brigadier-general for district of

Kentucky, 250

instructions sent to, 300

his expedition against Ouiatenon, 268

his letter to Wabash Indians, 9a&

Joins Wayne's army, with volunteem, 332, 345

Sbawanecs, —

permitted to settle in Miamis territory,.... 14
(See " expeditions," " treaties," and *• pro-

• pbet.")

Shelby, Capt., at Wea towns, in 1779, 163

Shelby, Gov. Isaac,—

views on subject of invasion of Spaaiah

possessions, 341

Simcoe, Lieutenant-governor,—

letter from U. S. peace commissioners to,.. 30S

his answer, 307

ordered to establish military post at Rapids

of Maumec, 3it

Slaves,—

introducoti into America, 28

scruples of Louis XIII, concerning, Sf

Imported into Mississippi valley, 98

ordinance CMnceriiing, in 1724, 31

pro|x>8ition to exclude from northwestern

territorj, rejected in 17H4, 182, SSm

holding of, prohibited in N. W. territory,. 410

agree, by indentures, to serve, etc., 410

removed, illegally, from Indian territory, 410

convention concerning, in 1802, .., 410

Randolph's views against holding in Ib«

diana territorj' — . 4U

reasons assigned in fkvor of holding,.~.».. 411



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RaTW,— OONiHMIMi.

territorUl proceedings on tul^ject of,

412, 413, 414
territorial laws concerning, 617

Spain, cUlme of, in North America, 4, 173, 183, 189

emissaries of, among Indians,... 342

emUMaries of, among western people 380

Spanish possessions,— ^

invasions of, to be suppressed, 2M

morements In Kentncky, concerning, ...». 341

Speakers of house of representatives under
State government of Indiana, 661

Spencer, Capt. Spier, —

notice of his death, at Tippecanoe battle,. 471

Spies, perilous duties of, in 1792, 289

Spinning-wheels, In Indiana, in 1810, 430

Spotswood, Governor, —

proposes settlements on Ohio, in 1716, 47

Sqnaw, killed at Fort Harrison, In 1814, 539

State goremment, for Indiana, —

proposed, in 1811, 480

movements in lavor of, in 1815, 654

organised in 1810, 6C2

St. Clnir, Gen. Arthur,—

elected governor of N. W. territory, 212

notice of his revolutionary services 212

hb opinion of his qualifications for gov-
ernor, 213

instructions of C!ongre«s to, 213

began to organize government of N. W.

territory, 214

negotiates Indian treaties ot Fort Harmar, 217
Yiuws of, concerning Indian hostilities,.... 220

▼isits Kaskaskia, 223

his letter to commandant at Detroit, 2il

ordered to establish post at Miami village,. 259

instructions to, from secretary of war, 259

organizes an expedition against Indians,.. 275

Journal of his march, 276

attacked and defeated by Indians, 280

killed and wounded, at defeat of, 282

causes of his defeat, 285

his resignation of military command, 285

organises territorial log^islature, 301

hi* vetoes of eleven legislative acts, 392

St. Clair, Arthur, jr.,—

his vote fur delegate to Congress, 302

St. Clair county, laid out In 1790, , 223

St. Joseph, mission of, —

Charlevoix's account of, in 1721, 12

taken by Spaniards 173

Stlckney, Benjamin F.,— ^

bis views on civilization of Indians, 15

Stout and Smoot, —

territorial printers. In Indiana, 1807 421

Snfflrage, right of,—

restricted nndor ti^rrltorial government,.. 540

legislative atteniptH to extend, 541

extended in territory, in 1814, ^ 542

Sanrey of lands ordered by Dunmorc, 104

Symmes, John Clevos, —

contracts fi»r tho purchase of a larK^ quan-
tity of northwestern lands,... .,.210, 211, 212

one of territorial Judges, 214

Sjmnnes' purchase, —

settlement of, commenced, 212

Tabular statements, 578

Tanneries In Indiana, In 1810, 438

TaTerns, law concerning 299

Taxable property, —

Talae of, in Indiana, 1839 to 185G, 679



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Tazes,^

levied on lands in 1799, ^U m. 884

few objects on which to levy, in 1806....... 417

levied on lands, etc., in 1813, 619

levied on lands, according to value.......... 664

Taylor, Capt. Zacbary, —

defends Fort Harrison, 488

Taylor, Waller,—

elected U.S. senator, in 1816, 662

Tocumseh, Shawanee chief, —

among Delawares on White river, 434

removes to Greenville, Ohio, 426

opposes sales of Indian lands 431

speech to Gov. Harrison, in 1810, 442

contradicts statements of governor, 445

holds private interview with governor,.... 446

sends message to Gov. Harrison, 452

visits Vincenncs In 1811, 463

explains his views to Gov. Harrison, 464

departs for the south, 464

appears among Miamis after the defeat of

his brother, the Prophet, 479

speeches at Mississinewa, 483, 484

Joins the British, 486

killed at the battle of the Thames, 653

Territory of the U. 8. N. W. of the Ohio,—

views of Silas Deane concerning. In 1776, 118

relinquished to C. S. by Virginia, 180

temporary gt)vernment for, provided, 182

ordinance concerning landi« in, 182

ordinance for government of, 202

civil government organized in, 214

powers of governor, 640

laws for, passed by governor and judges,

214, 2:«. 297, 375, 389

territorial legislature organized in, 391

members of first legislative council, 391

members of first house of representatives, 391

territory divided, 396

general views of ordinance of 1787, 640

Thames, battle of, noticed, 632

Thomas, Jes<ie B., —

elected delegate to Congress, in 1808, 435

Tippecanoe, battle of, 466

killed and wounded at, 471

number of Indians engaged in, 472

legislative proceedings concerning,.. 473 to 478

Tipton, Major John, —

his skirmishes with Indians, 621

Tobacco's son, Piankeshaw chief, —

nogotiations with, 130

offers to assist Col. Clark, at Vincennes,... 149
fllnguUtr conduct of, 161

Todd, Col. John,—

attempts to orRanizo civil government in

Illinois county, 168

writes to governor of Virginia, 406

Tornado, In 1814, 647

Trading-poets in the west, 2,20, 64

taken by Indians, In Pontiac's war, 08

beyond tho Jurisdiction of English conrts, 88
on the Wabash, after Wayne's treaty, 397

Treasury notes Issued by State, 673

Treasurers of State for Indiana, 681

Treaties,—

at Aix-la-Cha|>elle, notice of, 47

first between English and Miamis, 48

of peace between France and England, In

1703, 65

of alliance between France and U. S., 122

of pence between U. S. and Great Britain,

in 1783 177

of Fort Stanwix, (See Appendix,)

of Fort M'Intosh, 182

at Fort Harmar, , 217

at Vincennes, In 1792, 288, 298

between U.S. and Great Britain, (Jay's).. 366



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TrMtiefl,~cotitfitiMd,

at GreenTllle, In 1795, 374

between U. S. and Spain, in 1795, 378

between U. 8. and France, In 1800, 888

at Fort Wajne, in 1803,.,., 418

at Vinoenneg, in 1803, 418

at Vincennes. in 1804, 411)

at St. Louis, in 1804, 419

at Gronseland, in 1805, 419

at Vincennes, in 18('5, 419

at Fort Wayne, in 1809, 430

at Greenville, in 1814, 638

between U. S. and Great Britain, in 1815, 551

with northwestern Indians, in 1815, 653

for extinguishment of Indian titles, to

lands In Indiana, 578

names of negotiators of Indian treaties,.. 578

Troops of United States,—

on western frontiers, in 1789, 219

In the west, in 1790, 241

Tmeman, Msjor A., —

sent with speech to Indians, In 1792, 290

Tomer, George, —

territorial judge, 1790, 236

Twightwees, or Mlamls,—

territory claimed by, 6

permit other tribes to reside in their ter-
ritory, 14

their first treaty with EngUsh 48

(See ••expeditions,*' •< treaties," and "Mi-
amU.»')



United States,-^

Independence of, acknowledged by France, 122
makes treaty of peace with Great Britain, 177
efforts of, to negotiate peace with north-
western Indians, 287, 288, 290, 291, 301 to 328
critical condition of, witli respect to Great

Britain, France, and Spain, 333

adopts measures of retaliation against

Franco, 384

declares war against Great Britain, 481

makes peace with Great Britain, 551

University, Slate,—

constitutional provisions concerning, 567

Yanderbnrgh, Henry,—

member of legislative council of N. W.
territory, 391

territorial judge of Indiana, 408

Yamum, James Mitchell, —

territorial judge 214

Venango, French prepare to build fortat, 52

Vigo, Francis,—

advises Col. Clark of the condition of af-
fairs at Vincennes, 13T

commandant of Vincennes militia, in
1790. 237

government messenger to Indians, 489

Vincennes, Sleur de, —

sent to the Miamis, In 1705, 400

incurs the displeasure of the king, 400

again sent to the Miamis in 1712, 400

writes to governor-gentiral of Canada, in

1715, 402

rumored death of, in 1719, 402

commandant of a poet on the Wabash, In

1735, 402

notice of his death. In battle, In 1736, 46

Vincennes University,—

Incorporated In 1807, 666

first board of trustees.... 566

Vincennes, —

settlement of, 21, 64

different names of, 54

church csUblished at, in 1749 66



Vincennes, — wntttmedt

proclamation of Gen. Gage conceml^

settlers at, ^ «. 88

letter of Gen. Gage to inhabitant! ot,.^... fSt

Racine grants lots to settlers, ^...^ Itt

inhabitants take oath of allegiance to

Great Britain, llO

inhabitants take oath of allegiance to

4 Virginia, MB

fort taken by It.-govemor Hamilton, .. 136

letter IVom Col. Clark to inhabitants, 146

British garrison at, taken by Clark, IX

court organized at, „^_ 10

illegal grants of lands at, ^ 10

inhabitants of, to be protected in tbeir

rights, 191

proposed Indian treaty at, in 1785, „.., lO

inhabitants threatened by Indians, IM

garrison established at, lu 1786, 187

selznre of Spanish property at,. ..193, 196, 199
resolution of Congress concerning iil^al

proceedings at, ^ 362

letters of magistrates to Winthrop Sar-
gent, «.. 2M

address of citizens to Winthrop Sargent, ^

Volney's remarks on. In 1796, « 3S8

condition of Inhabitants fhim 1779 to 1790, 404
resolution of inliabltants, concerning com-
mons, W8

seat of government fixed at, in l&XK 49S

resolutions of citizens, concerning Indian

hostilities. In 1811,^ 456

Kentucky volunteers at, in 1812, 49C

seat of government moved from, .« 531

(See "treaties," ••Harrison, WUliam H.,"
and ••expeditions."
Virginia,—

settled by English,..^ S

establishes county of Illinois in the north-
west, 131

proposes to relinquish claims to N. W.

territory, „.. T3

executes deed of cession, ^....~. IS)

land bounties offered by, 161

act of council of, concerning Col. Clark's

proceedings at Vincennes, 8M

militia in Harraar*s campaign, — 243

memorial on subject of Indian hoetilitles, &*>?

provides rangers fbr frontiers, „.. 231

recruits, in St. Clair's expedition, «- sn

Vivier, missionary in Illinois, in 1750, ^ IS

Volney's view of Indians, at Vincennes,.....^. U
Voters— qualifications of territorial,.. 610,641,543

Wab|Mh (or Onabache) river, —

called St. Jerome, — 35

early settlements on, 64, 400, 403, 4QB

Wabash Indians,—

views concerning destruction of, «. SW

Gen. Scotfs letter to, in 1791. »

(See expeditions against Indians.)

Wabash Land Company, ~-.." VA

Wallace, Gov. David,—

▼lews of, on internal improvements, — ... 573

Wampum, description of, - M3

Warfare, Indian modes of carrying on,.-. 113, K3

War, decUtred against Great Britain, in 1812,.. 4SS

Warrick, Capt. Jacob,—

notice of his death at Tippecanoe battle,^. 471

Warrior's Island, near Vincennes, .........~. I^

Washington, George, —

bears message fh)m Gov. Dinwiddle to

commandant of French forces, .,....».- ^

ordered to finish fort at site of Plttabugt ^
defeats detachment under Jumonville,...^* *
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Watbfngton, G«orgo,— cmiAmMd,

bis opinion of regalan at Bnddock*8 de-
feat, ei

▼iiits Great Kanawha, in 1770, 86

bis speech to hoetllo Indians, 290

iacensarcd by Genet, 338

Iflsnes proclamation against unauthorlxed

military expeditions 342

approves Adams* administration,.... 387

Washington county, eeUblisbed, 1788, 214

Wayne, Gen. Anthony,—

appointed to command troops in the west, 285
bis military preparations,... 286, 329, 333, 346

his letter to northwestern Indians, 347

defeats northwestern Indians, 349

his correspondence with British command-
ant of Fort Miami, « aw

builds fort at Miami rilUge, 255

goes into winter quarters at GreenYille,... 356

renews overtures of p«iace to Indians 35G

ooncludos treaty of peace at Ureenville,... 374
noUce of bis death, 380

Weas, (or Onlatcnons,)

notice of, 14, 64, 84, 400

▼illagce, in 1718, 401

ttaeJr reU&tions with French disturbed in



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