B. F. Stickney to Lewis Cass, April 26, 1816

1816-04-26

B. F. Stickney to Lewis Cass, April 26, 1816

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Stickney is pleased with the arrival of Cass' brother. Stickney is also very pleased with Major Puthuff, saying he has the highest of opinions of him. Indians at Chicago and North of that are still friends of the British. Stickney urges the Indians to Malden, where they collect their goods from the British, and collect information for him. The chiefs of Stickney's agency will largely not go to Malden this spring. A new contractor is starting the 14th of June, but he does not expect much more of him than the last one. Stickney has been conservatively buying gunpowder, lead, and tobacco for fear that the government might not sanction the expenditure. The Indians become more dependent with old age. British take care of the Indians North-West of Ohio



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