Book/Printed Material An ordinance, &c. : Whereas the safety and tranquility of the frontiers of the United States, do in some measure depend on the maintaining a good correspondence between their citizens and the several nations of Indians in amity with them ...

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Title
An ordinance, &c. : Whereas the safety and tranquility of the frontiers of the United States, do in some measure depend on the maintaining a good correspondence between their citizens and the several nations of Indians in amity with them ...
Contributor Names
United States. Continental Congress.
United States.
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[New York : s.n., 1786]
Subject Headings
-  Indians of North America--Government relations--To 1789
Notes
-  A draft of An ordinance for the regulation of Indian affairs; reported in Congress on July 26, 1786.
-  Imprint from Evans. Ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 965 (#546), an attribution later rejected. Cf. v. 33, p. 753.
-  Evans 20071
-  Journals of the Continental Congress, 546
-  LC copy annotated to show amendments as reported on August 7, 1786.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
Cont Cong no. 194
Digital Id
bdsdcc 19401 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/bdsdcc.19401
Library of Congress Control Number
90898254
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A draft of An ordinance for the regulation of Indian affairs; reported in Congress on July 26, 1786. Imprint from Evans. Ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 965 (#546), an attribution later rejected. Cf. v. 33, p. 753. Evans 20071 Journals of the Continental Congress, 546 ESTC W23937 Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy annotated to show amendments as reported on August 7, 1786.
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United States Continental Congress, United States, and Continental Congress Broadside Collection. An ordinance, &c.: Whereas the safety and tranquility of the frontiers of the United States, do in some measure depend on the maintaining a good correspondence between their citizens and the several nations of Indians in amity with them. [New York: s.n, 1786] Online Text. https://www.loc.gov/item/90898254/.

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United States Continental Congress, United States & Continental Congress Broadside Collection. (1786) An ordinance, &c.: Whereas the safety and tranquility of the frontiers of the United States, do in some measure depend on the maintaining a good correspondence between their citizens and the several nations of Indians in amity with them. [New York: s.n] [Online Text] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/90898254/.

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United States Continental Congress, United States, and Continental Congress Broadside Collection. An ordinance, &c.: Whereas the safety and tranquility of the frontiers of the United States, do in some measure depend on the maintaining a good correspondence between their citizens and the several nations of Indians in amity with them. [New York: s.n, 1786] Online Text. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/90898254/>.