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Collection Reference Number GLC03107.01922
From Archive Folder The Livingston Family Papers [008] 1682 
Title 2nd and 3rd Proposition to the Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, and Cayugas
Date 5 August 1682
Author Coursey, Henry (cb. 1629-1695)  
Additional authors Lloyd, Philemon (fl. 1682)
Document Type Government document
Content Description Contains the signatures of Coursey and Philomen Lloyd. The document sets the terms for a peace settlement between the agents of Virginia and Maryland, and the northern Indians. Lloyd and Coursey demand 500 beavers to pay for the robbery and plunder, and the commanders of the troop that murdered the Christians. They also request that the northern Indians remain out of their country, and that they call back any troops that may have been sent down.
Subjects American Indian History  Mohawk Indian  Religion  Fur Trade  Finance  Crime  Death  Wartime Pillaging and Destruction  Military History  Global History and Civics  Diplomacy  Treaty  Peace  
People Coursey, Henry (cb. 1629-1695)  Lloyd, Philemon (fl. 1682)  
Place written Albany, New York
Theme Native Americans; Government & Politics; Law; Religion
Sub-collection The Livingston Family Papers
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Settlement, Commerce, Revolution and Reform: 1493-1859