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Letter of the King, Headmen, and Warriors of the Catawba Indians, 1753 July 26.

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Abstract

Contains a letter from the King, Headmen, & Warriors of the Catawba Indians to [Lieutentant] Governor [Robert Dinwiddie] regarding the French, the Five Nations, the Cherokees, weapons, and attrocities committed by the French Indians. The letter is signed by King Hagler, Capt. Dick, Capt. New Commer, Capt. Jemey, & Matthew Toole, Interpreter.