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1808, December 22 Jefferson to Harrison Indian cessions 322
1808, December 31 Jesse B. Thomas Report of Congressional Committee Division of Indiana territory 324
1808, December 31 Jefferson to Harrison Concerning Indian policy 327
1808, December Jefferson to the Miamis Attitude of the government toward them 328
1808, December Jefferson to the Delawares Concerning the policy of the government toward them 330
1808, December Jefferson to Hendricks of the Delawares Concerning attitude of government toward them 333
1809, April 4 Proclamation Apportionment of representatives for the following General Assembly 335
1809, April 5 Clark to Secretary of War Concerning actions and influence of the Prophet 336
1809, April 5 Harrison to Secretary of War Concerning negotiations with the Kickapoo Indians 336
1809, April 8 Wells to Harrison Intentions of the Prophet 337
1809, April 10 Proclamation Apportionment for members of the council for the following General Assembly 339
1809, April 18 Harrison to Secretary of War Indian hostilities Wells' information regarding Indian affairs Intentions and actions of the Prophet 340
1809, April 26 Harrison to Secretary of War Concerning information received about tribes on the Wabash Prophet Reorganizing companies to fight Indians 342
1809, April 29 Secretary of War to Harrison Concerning immediate negotiations with the Kickapoo tribes and other Indians 343
1809, April 29 Harrison to Secretary of War Concerning the amount of money drawn in favor of Peter Jones & Co. for presents to Indian chiefs 343