In a letter dated November 27, 1813, John Thompson petitions Justice of the General Court to remand his indictments on charges of perjury, robbery and assault and battery by the Circuit Court of Franklin County. On the reverse side is a sworn...
Dill, James, 1772-1838; Indiana Territory. Militia; Military administration; Command of troops; Noble, James, 1783-1831; M’Farland, William, 1774-1840; Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841
A letter to Governor Posey addressing the need to formalize some method of appointing qualified men to the rank of Colonel Commandant in the Indiana Territory militia. Dill outlines a short history of how fulfillment currently works for the post. ...
Peyton, Craven; Military pay; Indiana Territory Militia
Letter dated July 23, 1813 from Captain C. Peyton to Thomas Posey inquiring about compensation for the services of himself and his men as the Company of Mounted Volunteer Militia of the Indiana Territory, also called Rangers.
Legislative journals--Indiana--Periodicals; Indiana--Politics and government--Periodicals; Indiana General Assembly
The Maurer School of Law, Indiana University, Bloomington received an LSTA Grant to scan, markup, and make available the Brevier Legislative Reports. The Reports are a transcription of the proceedings of the Indiana General Assembly from the...
Posey, Thomas, 1750-1818; Dubois; Jones; Indigenous peoples--Government relations; Indian agents; Expenditures, Public
Letter from Jones and Dubois in Louisville, Ky. to Governor Thomas Posey in Jeffersonville dated March 6, 1814. Included is a rough copy of the recorded expenses incurred by the Indian Department from May 1813 to November 1813.
Indiana--Pioneer life; Indiana--Soldiers and sailors--War of 1812; Pigeon Roost massacre, 1812;
Narrative history of Indiana from the French colonization to early statehood. Individual chapter topics include: schools, animals, Internal improvements, the underground railroad, and the mound builders.
M’Intosh, William; Indians of North America--Indiana Territory; Indigenous peoples--Government relations; Expenses
A December 8, 1813 cover letter for the quarterly reports submitted in triplicate. In the letter, McIntosh instructs the governor to retain one copy of the abstract, forward one copy to William P Bryan and return the last copy.