Title:Manuel Lisa papers, 1812-1815
Creator/Contributor:Lisa, Manuel, 1772-1820, creator
Creator/Contributor:United States, Office of Indian Affairs.
Letter "A los Españoles del Nuevo Mexico," Fort Manuel, September 8, 1812 (2 p. A.L.S. 26 cm.), proposing to open a trade
from his post on the Missouri. With this are two accounts with the U.S. government-a receipt signed by Lisa and Hiacinthe
Eglis, witnessed by John C. Luttig, St. Louis, 1813, for property to be transported by Lisa; and account current with the
U.S. Indian Department, 1814-1815, covering expenditures to destroy the British influence among the Indian nations on the
Subject:Indians of North America -- West (U.S.)
Two accounts with the U.S. Government, photocopies.
Receipt signed by Lisa and Hiacinthe Eglis, original in the National Archives and Records Administration.
Account current with the U.S. Indian Department, 1814-1815, original in: private possession [sic.]
Letter dated Fort Manuel, 1812 Sept. 8, in Spanish.
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