- Southeastern Native American Documents, 1730-1842
- [Letter] 1832 Jun. 28, to Gen[era]l John Coffee / H.R. Ward
- Ward, H.R.
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- Five Civilized Tribes--Government relations
- United States, Georgia, 32.75042, -83.50018
- official reports
- Letter dated June 28, 1832 from surveyor H.R. Ward, in the 7th District, 4th Section of Georgia, to General John Coffee. Ward informs the General about his progress in surveying the area and indicates that his project has been prolonged. He states that he has experienced friendly relations with unnamed neighboring Indians and reports that he has made every effort to assure them of the peaceful disposition of the state of Georgia.
Digital image and encoded transcription of an original manuscript, scanned, transcribed and encoded by the Digital Library of Georgia in 2001, as part of GALILEO, funded in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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- Cite as: [title of item], Telamon Cuyler, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries, presented in the Digital Library of Georgia
- 2 pages/leaves
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- Manuscript held by the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries, Telamon Cuyler, box 01, folder 44, document 01.
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- Hargrett Library
At Camp 7th District 4th Section
June 28th. 1832
I received a verbal Message from you last evening through Mr Fowler, seeking an enquiry, into the progress of my Survey. I have the Satisfaction to inform you, I anticipate, the completion of my labours [labors] by the
7th of July= The [deleted text: [illegible text] ] completion of this District has been protracted by my having a double duty assigned me, to wit, of surveying two Districts The 19th in the 4th Section, I surveyed first, and reported some three weeks or more, to his Excellency the Governor I believe all the Surveyors in the 4th Section, except myself have ended their labours [labors] and gone home.
I have experienced the most unqualified friendship, and marked attention of kindness from the Indians and in return have treated [added text: them ] with the same reciprocity & in no instance have given them just cause of complaint: I have also endeavoured [endeavored] to impress on their minds, the friendly feeling entertained for them by Georgia, and the liberal & magnanimous course she intended to pursue towards them.
Yr. Obt Servt [Your Obedient Servant]
[Signed] H.R. Ward Genl Jno [General John] Coffee
To/ Genl. [General] John Coffee
Attention Mr Fowler}