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Description: A hand-drawn plat map of Elkcorn (Elkhorn?) Creek.
Description: A letter from Governor Henry Hamilton to Colonel Clark proposing a truce.
Description: A handwritten "list of different inhabitants that consented to furnish the troops belonging to the state of Virginia."
Description: Document supporting the presentation of a medal presented by Frederick Haldimand, Captain-General and Governor in Chief of the Province of Quebec to Menomi...
Description: Letter from Colonel George Rogers Clark to Lieutenant Governor Henry Hamilton demanding unconditional surrender of Fort Vincennes.
Description: Ticket for the Harvard College Lottery.
Description: Hand-drawn map of the area where the Battle of Black's Fort took place.
Description: Scale: about 180 miles to 1 in.
Description: A pay roll, handwritten by Captain Joseph Martin, listing men under the command of Major Bledsoe at Rye Cove on Clinck.
Description: Notes written in red ink on the back of the map of the Battle of Black's Fort.
Description: Hand colored. London, 1778. Coordinates: W 99⁰--W 83⁰/N 49⁰--N 41⁰. Scale [ca. 1:3,500,000]
Description: The back side of Captin Joseph Martin's pay roll from 1 May through 30 June, 1777. There are columns of numbers beneath the writing.
Description: A pay roll handwritten by Captain Joseph Martin listing men stationed on the Frontiers of Washington County under the command of Colonel Evan Shelby.
Description: Back page of a letter written and signed by Dan Smith.
Description: Front page of a letter written and signed by Dan Smith.
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