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Wraxall, Peter.
     Abridgment of Minutes, pertaining to councils with Iroquois.
1748 (II)
An Abridgment of the Indian Affairs . . . 1678-1751, 2: 249-250.
     Reel: 13

Wraxall, Peter.
     Abridgment of Minutes, pertaining to councils with Iroquois.
1751
An Abridgment of the Indian Affairs . . . 1678-1751, 2: 250-251.
     Reel: 14

Wright and Blunstone.
     Instructions. Mentions relations with the Five Nations.
1728 2 Sept
Penn. Arch., Series 1, 1:229-232.
     Reel: 10

Wright, Asher.
     To Senator Asher Robbins, relaying questions of Chief Big Kettle about the amendments to the treaty with the New York Indians.
1838 13 July Not available
Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif.
     Reel: 48

Wright, Silas.
     To the chiefs of the Seneca Nation residing at the Tonawanda Reservation.
1845 4 Mar
Reply to letter, dated 22 February. Concerns complaints of the Senecas about trespasses on their lands and the treaty of 1842. Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif.
     Reel: 49

Wyandot Indians.
     Answer to a speech from the Six Nations.
[1754]
Virginia State Library, Richmond, Va., Colonial Papers, Folder 44, Item 17.
     Reel: 15

Wyandot wampum belt.
133; Wyandot tribal tradition attributes this belt to the Senecas, who presented it tot the Wyandots as a token of peace and friendship following Huron-Seneca wars. Mary A. Druke and Paul L. Stevens, fellow at the Newberry Library 1979-1980, made an association between belt and a document of proceedings at Detroit in 1777. [See 17 June-13 July 1777.] N.B. Records at Smithsonian indicate that the belt is only half as wide as it once was. (15 rows, at present.) Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Museum of Natural History, National Museum of Man, Catalog No. 391,891; Accession No. 194,468.
     Reel: 50

Young King, Seneca Indian.
     Speech at treaty at Buffalo Creek.
1791 21 May
Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass., Pickering Papers, Vol. 61, 220-223v.
     Reel: 40

Young, John, lieut.
     Return of the Six Nations and Volunteers present at Oswego and on Service from that Place. Contains information pertaining to council at Oswego, 28 June 1782.
1782 21 June (II)
British Library, London, England, Haldimand Papers, Add. Mss 21,765, Fol. 283.
     Reel: 36

Zeisberger, David.
     Letter to Col. John Gibson, 19 Jan 1779. Mentions war council at Sandusky, Jan-Feb 1779.
1779 22 Jan
Enclosed in Gibson's letter of 22 Jan 1779. British Library, London, England, Haldimand Papers, Add. Mss 21,782, Fol. 201v-202v.
     Reel: 34

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