Documents Related to Indian Trade

A contemporary official copy attested by William Bull of 1756 reports on Indian affairs consisting of "Historical Relation of Facts delivered by Ludovick Grant Indian Trader, To His Excellency--the Governor of South Carolina" giving an account of Sir Alexander Cuming's relation with the Cherokees, the visit of the chiefs to England, and Grant's account of Christian Priber; "A Conversation between His Excellency the Governor of South Carolina and Chuconnunta a Head Man of the Cherokees, whose name formerly was Ouconscaw" regarding the Native American's recollection of discussions about Cherokee lands between the Cherokee chiefs and King George; and depositions of Richard Smith, John Elliott, and Ludovick Grant regarding the events leading up to the 1755 meeting between Glen and the Cherokee chiefs. View the Document »

A contemporary official copy attested by William Bull of 1756 reports on Indian affairs consisting of "Historical Relation of Facts delivered by Ludovick Grant Indian Trader, To His Excellency--the Governor of South Carolina" giving an account of Sir Alexander Cuming's relation with the Cherokees, the visit of the chiefs to England, and Grant's account of Christian Priber; "A Conversation between His Excellency the Governor of South Carolina and Chuconnunta a Head Man of the Cherokees, whose name formerly was Ouconscaw" regarding the Native American's recollection of discussions about Cherokee lands between the Cherokee chiefs and King George; and depositions of Richard Smith, John Elliott, and Ludovick Grant regarding the events leading up to the 1755 meeting between Glen and the Cherokee chiefs. View the Document »

Bond and warrant of attorney of John Elliot, Indian trader, to James Glen for 8,000 pounds of "good and lawful money of South Carolina View the Document »