Detroit to W.H. Puthuff, May 10, 1817

1817-05-10

Detroit to W.H. Puthuff, May 10, 1817

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Lewis Cass writes about what the funds for the Indian Department look like and where it is being allocated. He discusses the issue of licensing traders to trade with Indians. He tells Puthuff that he must address the charges against his interpreter. Cass says he has not seen the letters Puthuff said he should have seen and they hadn't reached the war department by March 15. Cass says that although Puthuff has charges against him, Cass has confidence in him and knows Puthuff's position <"is one of delicacy and difficulty">. He thanks Puthuff for the fish and says that he will send a gift in the fall.



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