John Johnston to Lewis Cass, June 27, 1816

1816-06-27

John Johnston to Lewis Cass, June 27, 1816

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Johnston is forwarding mail from the Superintendent of Indian Trade to Cass. Johnston apologizes that he has caused Cass discomfort in how he dealth with the Wyandots. Johnston now asks for Cass' help in removing the Wyandots entirely to Upper Sandusky. He says this is necessary so that they can take more land in a Treaty. The Wyandots still desire to be a part of Johnston's Agency. Johnston is aware that the Secretary of War has been contemplating uniting his agency and Stickney's (Ft. Wayne). He says that the situation at Fort Wayne has rendered Stickney's services useless.



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