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Title:[Speech] 1814 Jan. 11, Fort Hampton, [to Chief] Cutteoty [i.e., Cotetoy] and others of the Cherokee Nation / Joseph Brown : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Brown, Joseph

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Date: January 11, 1814
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a transcription of a speech given by Joseph Brown to Chief Cotetoy and other Cherokee on Jan. 11, 1814. Brown has taken eight Cherokee from Cotetoy because they are descended from an African slave woman that Cotetoy stole from Brown's father. Brown says that he forgives Cotetoy for killing members of his family, and that he wants them to live in peace and friendship.
Collection:Joseph Brown Papers

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