|Title:||[Letter] 1818 Sept 23, Washington, [D.C.], [to] Daniel Graham, Secretary of State / Joseph McMinn, Governor of Tennessee : a machine-readable transcription of an image|
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|Date:|| September 23, 1818 |
|Summary:||This document is a letter, dated September 23, 1818, written by Governor Joseph McMinn of the state of Tennessee (1815-1821) to Daniel Graham, Secretary of State. In his letter, Governor McMinn wrote of his unhappiness and displeasure of being at the Cherokee Agency. He wrote to Graham that he abhorred the hatred and jealously demonstrated by citizens over every section of expansion and he was anxiously looking forward to going to Knoxville to attend business. |
|Collection:|| Governor McMinn Letters |
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