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INDIANA HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS

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1810, March 10 Harrison to Scott Discipline of the militia of the United States 400
1810, April 17 Harrison to Scott Militia 407
1810, April 25 Harrison to Secretary of war Predicting trouble with Indians as a result of activities of the Shawnee Prophet 417
1810, May 2 Harrison to Secretary of war Proceedings to avoid trouble with Indians 419
1810, May 15 Harrison to Secretary of war Report by a Pottawattomie squaw of the actions of the Prophet 420
1810, May 23 Harrison to Secretary of war Report that the Prophet is losing influence among Indians of Illinois river 422
1810, June 14 Harrison to Secretary of war Explaining developments with the Prophet 430
1810, June 24 John Johnson to Harrison Wells and the Indians around Fort Wayne 430
1810, June 26 Harrison to Secretary of war The Prophet Winamac and council on St. Joseph 433
1810, June 30 Deposition of Michel Brouillet concerning the Prophet 436
1810, July 3 Secretary of war to Harrison Appointing Doctor Kuykendall a surgeon in the army 438
1810, July 4 Harrison to Secretary of war Concerning Indians at Prophetstown 438
1810, July 7 Secretary of war to Harrison Placing troops at disposal of Harrison 441
1810, July 10 Harrison to Secretary of war Enclosing invoice of Wea annuities 441
1810, July 11 Secretary of war to Harrison Ordering Capt. Cross to St. Louis and Capt. Posey to Vincennes 443
1810, July 11 Harrison to Secretary of war Concerning conduct of the Prophet and hostility of Indians 444
1810, July 18 Harrison to Secretary of war Concerning Miamies, Kickapoos, Sacs and Foxes 446
1810, July 19 Harrison to the Shawnees Warning the Prophet and his followers against further depredations 447