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Harrison, William Henry, Vincennes, to Colonel Thomas Worthington, Washington, in the Senate

Author:
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841
Date:
1803-10-26
Description:
Harrison states that he has been ill. He discusses Worthington's current position in the United States Senate, the subject of slavery in the Indiana Territory, and the fate of the Louisiana Territory (including Missouri) and whether the western settlements of Cahokia and Kaskaskia will be forced to join the upper Missouri and create a new Territory. He complains about the number of posts he makes and the amount of money he spends on postage., Worthington, Thomas, 1773-1827, Traces of red sealing wax remain.
Subject:
Worthington, Thomas, 1773-1827, Legislators--United States, Slavery, Indiana Territory, Missouri, Louisiana Purchase, Kaskaskia (Ill.), Cahokia (Ill.), Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841, Parke, Benjamin, 1777-1835, Indiana--Vincennes
Partner:
Indiana Historical Society
Part of:
William Henry Harrison Papers and Documents, 1791-1864
Rights:
Indiana Historical Society
Source:
http://cdm16797.contentdm.oclc.org:80/cdm/ref/collection/dc050/id/1911
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