|Title:||[Letter] 1818 Oct 1, Cherokee Agency, [to] Daniel Graham, Secretary of State, Murfreesborough [i.e. Murfreesboro], [Tennessee] / McMinn, Joseph, Governor of Tennessee : a machine-readable transcription of an image|
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|Date:|| October 1, 1818 |
|Summary:||This document is a letter written by Joseph McMinn, Governor of the state of Tennessee (1815-1821), and future agent to the Cherokee to Daniel Graham, Secretary of State, dated October 1, 1818. In his letter, Governor McMinn first apologized to Graham for his belated communication. Governor McMinn reported that he was still enrolling emigrants at a rapid pace. He concluded his letter by telling Graham that he would soon be able to return to Knoxville.|
|Collection:|| Governor McMinn Letters |
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