THE OHIO VALLEY-GREAT LAKES ETHNOHISTORY
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(Detroit, Jan. 4, 1764)
Brehm, Dedrick in: [B.M., Add. MSS.
21650, f. 2, A. L. S.] and in Stevens
et all., The Papers of Col. Henry
Bouquet, Series 21650,
part I (1942), p. 2.
The Indians (those Nations who were obliged to take up arms against us by the Ottowas and Chipowas) are coming from time to time begging Major Gladwin to interceed by the General for to procure pease for them, representing the Sterving conditions they are in, for want of amunition and Cloathing, but they obtain verry little.
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