|Title:|| [Letter] 1794 Apr. 3, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] General Smith / William Blount, Governor of the state of Tennessee : a machine-readable transcription of an image|
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|Date:|| April 3, 1794 |
|Summary:||This document is a letter written to a General Smith from William Blount, then governor of the state of Tennessee (1790-1795), in Knoxville on April 3, 1794. In his letter, Governor Blount reported that French Minister Edmund Genet had been removed from his post, thus bringing to halt the project of General Clark. Also, Governor Blount referred to his correspondence with a person he referred to by the initials D.A., who had informed Governor Blount that the Commissioner of Indian Affairs was in favor of commencing offensive military operations. Governor Blount also discussed his upcoming business plans and some news from the House of Representatives. |
|Collection:||Tennessee Historical Society |
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