Lewis Cass to Paul D. Butler and Solomon Smith, May 23, 1817
Keywords treaty Wyandots
People Butler, Paul D. Cass, Lewis Smith, Solomon
Cass gives Butler and Smith permission to offer someone $1 a day to go among the Wyandots and figure out how things are going. He says he has not received news of the treaty, but will inform them as soon as he knows anything.
In the spring of 2019, Dr. Cameron Shriver’s “Intro to the Miami Tribe” students researched the records of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the Michigan District (which included the Miami Tribe in northern Indiana) and files of the Office of Indian Affairs related to Miami Removal to west of the Mississippi River in 1846.