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Francis Peyton, Winchester, Va., to Leven Powell, Loudoun County, Va., 1775 October 18

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Identifier: id22705

Scope and Contents

Gives details of a peace meeting in Pittsburg [sic], Pa., held between the members of the colony of Va. and Indian commanders, including four or five hundred Indians from different tribes, including the Shawnee and the Delaware; all seem to want to establish a lasting peace, even though John Connolly, along with Governor Dunmore, have tried to put a stop to it.


  • Creation: 1775 October 18


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From the Collection: 0.85 Linear Feet


From the Collection: English