Untitled [Letters from Indian Agents]


Letters have been received from the Cherokee, Chocktaw and Creek Agencies, all as late as Nov. 29th, which state that those Indians remain quiet and friendly, and that the Prophet's [Tenswatawa's] attempts to instigate them against the United States had proved unsuccessful, except with some few Creeks, who, it is said, have gone to join his part.
                                        Nat. Intel.

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How to cite this article:  Untitled [letters from Indian Agents],  Pittsburgh Gazette, 27 Dec 1811, p. 2, available athttp://history.hanover.edu/texts/1811.