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1811, June 20 Harrison to Tipton, commission as justice of the peace for Harrison county 521
1811, June 24 Harrison to Tecumseh Attack on the settlers meditated by Tecumseh 522
1811, June 25 Harrison to Secretary of war Shawnee and Pottowatamie Indians 524
1811, July 2 Harrison to Secretary of war Murder of settlers in Illinois by Indians and killing of Lieut. Jennings by Capt. Posey 622
1811, July 3 Governor Clark to Secretary of War The Prophet 528
1811, July 4 Tecumseh to Harrison Announcing his intended visit to Vincennes 529
1811, July 6 Governor Edwards to Secretary of War Indian dangers 530
1811, July 7 J. Lalime to John Johnson Indian depredations in Illinois 530
1811, July 10 Harrison to Secretary of war Indian outrages in Illinois 531
1811, July 10 Harrison to Secretary of war Danger of an Indian attack on Vincennes 532
1811, July 17 Secretary of war to Harrison Threatening attitude of the Prophet 535
1811, July 20 Secretary of war to Harrison Desire for peace with the Indians on the Wabash 536
1811, July 24 Harrison to Secretary of war Alarm over a visit of Tecumseh 537
1811, July 31 Resolutions at a public meeting at Vincennes Indian dangers 538
1811, July 31 Petition of citizens of Vincennes to the President Danger from Indians 540
1811, August 6 Harrison to Secretary of war Visit of Tecumseh July 27 542
1811, August 6 Harrison to Secretary of war Payment of militia 547
1811, August 7 Harrison to Secretary of war Conspiracy of Tecumseh 548
1811, August 9 Harrison to Daniel Bissell Military affairs at Fort Knox 551
1811, August 11 Gov. Edwards to Secretary of war The Prophet and his band 553