Lewis Cass to W.H. Crawford, February 2, 1816

1816-02-02

Lewis Cass to W.H. Crawford, February 2, 1816

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In response to Jan. 3rd letter, Cass informs W.H. Crawford that there is little hope for any prisoners still in Indian possession, but he has heard a report that 1 or 2 people are being held on the West side of Lake Michigan, and has employed a Potawatomy Chief (with a reward of money) and his party to explore and bring in any prisoners he may find.



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