Volume 36 Index

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I

idéologistes (idéologues), 481n

Île de France (Mauritius), 320, 327, 334

Iliad (Homer), x, 608

Illinois River, 243, 244n

Illinois Territory, 408n

immigrants

British, xlv, 180n, 352n, 431n, 445, 660, 671-2

French, 290-1, 453n

German, 617

Irish, 26n, 219n, 220-4, 226, 234, 432n

and patent rights, 439-40n

rights and naturalization, x, 64, 129, 132, 219n, 223, 430n, 671-2

Saint-Domingue, 376

Scots, l, 272n, 472

support Republicans, 219n

Swiss, 374, 375, 376n

See also Alien Enemies Act (1798); Alien Friends Act (1798)

Impartial Register (Salem, Mass.), 120n

impressment, 92

Inaugural Address (1801)

praise for, 199, 384, 670

references to, 117, 217-19

Independence, Fort, 43

Independence Day, 248, 491n, 492n

Independent Chronicle (Boston), 86, 88n, 430-1n, 574

India, 71n, 106n, 120n

See also Calcutta

Indiana Territory

census in, 73, 74n

Chillicothe (Sawnee town), 518

creation of, 244n, 302n

Green Bay, 74n

and Indian affairs, 242-4, 285n, 288, 289n, 443n, 514, 518, 525n

land speculation in, 607

Opee, 74n

Prairie du Chien, 74n

viticulture in, 376n

See also Fort Wayne; Harrison, William Henry; Vincennes

Indian Camp. See Short, William

Indians

Cayugas

address to, 632-5

affiliation with Senecas, 632-5

lands of, 633, 635n

Cherokees

agent to, 496n, 567n

commissioners to, 319, 326, 332

demand new negotiation site, 277

and Great Britain, 528-9n

and Hammerer, 528-9n

land cessions sought from, 18n, 190-2, 543, 544n

meet with Shawnee delegation, 521n

road through lands of, viii, 190, 191n, 543, 544n

send delegation to Washington, 277, 513, 515

trading houses, factories, 69

Chickasaws

treaty with U.S., viii, 94n, 190-2, 319, 326, 332, 543

Choctaws

negotiations with U.S., viii, 93-4, 190-2, 319, 326, 332, 543

Creeks (Muskogees, Muscogees)

B. Hawkins's agency, 65n, 93, 139-40, 143-5, 149, 153, 154-5n

boundary with Georgia, viii, 18n

clans, 150-1, 156-7n

conferences, treaties with U.S., viii, 93, 94n, 154n, 190-2, 319, 326, 332, 543

constitution for, 152-3, 157n

Coweta town, 138, 154-5n

Cusseta town, 144, 155n

Delacy's account, description of, 135-57

director general, 151, 156n

gold on lands of, 142

government of, 149-50, 156n

green corn ceremony, 150, 156n

and Hammerer, 528-9n

marriage and child raising customs, 150

meet with Shawnee delegation, 521n

and missionaries, 146-7

Ocmulgee town, 147

relations with Spain, 135-7, 143-9, 153, 155-6n

Culture

acculturation, 58, 69, 127, 130, 143, 145, 152-3, 155n, 275-6, 279, 282-3, 286, 288, 514, 516-18, 520n, 523-4, 529n, 632-5

education, 529n

hangings opposed by, 441-3

increase in population, 58

intertribal rivalries, 514

languages, 274, 279

mounds, 150

portraits, xlviii-xlix, 000 (illus.)

and smallpox vaccination, ix, 279, 515, 519, 522n

Delawares

annuities for, 281

boundary with other Indian lands, 520n

member of, executed, 243, 244n, 441n

and Munsees, 635n

name applied to many groups, 635n

send delegation to Washington, 513-16

and Shawnees, 514

towns, 519

See also Black Hoof (Shawnee Indian); Buckongahelas (Delaware Indian); Wapikinamouk (Delaware Indian)

Economy

apprentices, 288

changes in agriculture, 282-3, 286, 288, 517-18, 523-4, 632-5

trade, 135-7, 243, 519, 521n

Iroquois (Six Nations)

confederation, 635n

names for constellations, 536n

relations with U.S., 319, 326, 332, 341-2, 487, 632-5

Miamis

and acculturation, 275, 283n, 286n

affiliated tribes, 276

annuities, 281

language, 274, 279

See also Little Turtle (Miami Indian)

Mohawks

negotiations with, 341-2, 487

at St. Regis (Akwesasne), 342n

Munsees

address to, 632-5

affiliation with Senecas, 632-5

association with Delawares, 635n

Onondagas

address to, 632-5

affiliation with Senecas, 632-5

lands of, 633, 635n

Other Tribes

Apalachees, 148, 155-6n

Catawbas, 156n

Eel River, 281-2, 285n

Kaskaskias, 281, 285n

Kickapoos, 243, 244n, 281, 285n

Ojibwas (Chippewas), 281

Ottawas, 281

Piankashaws, 281, 285n

Seminoles, 155n, 157n

Weas, 276, 281, 283n, 285n, 513

Wyandots, 281, 515, 520n

Yamasees, 148, 156n

Potawatomis

annuities for, 281

and Greenville negotiations, 285n

send delegation to Washington, 276, 283n, 513

See also Five Medals (Potawatomi Indian)

Relations with Non-Indians

contempt for Indians, 127-8, 130-1, 390, 392n

enslavement of Indians, 155-6n

image, perceptions of Indians, 145, 150-1, 337

interpreters, viii, 155n, 274-6, 278-9, 280, 282, 283n, 284n, 285n, 513-16, 519, 520n, 521n, 522n, 523, 634n

Logan's speech, 521n

murders, 136, 150, 243, 244n, 425, 441n

sale, granting of land by Indians, 515, 519, 521n, 523-4, 633-5

Society of Friends, 278, 283, 285-6n, 442n, 516, 520n

theft, 243, 518, 524-5

Senecas

address to, 632-5

affiliated tribes, 632-5

annuity for, 632-5

lands of, 342n, 487, 633, 634-5n

political divisions among, 634-5n

See also Handsome Lake (Seneca Indian); Red Jacket (Seneca Indian)

Shawnees

acculturation of, 514, 516, 520n

annuities for, 281

meet with Cherokees and Creeks, 521n

prisoners taken by, 521n

relationship with Delawares, 514

send delegation to Washington, 513-16

See also Black Hoof (Shawnee Indian); Tecumseh; Tenskwatawa (Shawnee Prophet)

Tuscaroras

and Iroquois confederacy, 635n

lands in N.C., 319, 326, 332, 635n

U.S. Indian Affairs

annuities, presents, 46, 94n, 143, 191n, 275-6, 279, 281-2, 285n, 288, 514, 516, 519, 521n, 524, 526n, 632-5

appropriations for, 49n, 544-5n

attacks, threats, 242-4, 441n

boundaries, viii, 441, 443n, 517, 520-2n

British influence in, 275-6, 282, 284-5n, 338

encroachment on Indian lands, 280-1, 288, 289n, 518, 521n, 525-6, 544n, 634n

form and style of Indian conferences, 276-8, 515

Indian delegations to Washington, viii-ix, xlviii-xlix, 274-90, 513-27

Indian representation in Congress suggested, 337-8

jurisdiction of U.S. courts over, 442-3n

land cessions, 18n, 190-2, 285n, 341-2, 543-4

negotiations with southern tribes, viii, 93-4, 190-2, 277, 319, 326, 332, 543-5

passports, 513-14, 516

regulation of liquor sales, 276, 278-9, 282-3, 285n, 288, 441, 442-3n, 633, 634n

return of prisoners, 168, 169n, 519, 521n, 525

roads through Indian territory, viii, 93, 94n, 190-2, 543, 544n

salt licks, 517, 524, 525n

superintendents, agents, 155n, 214n, 285n, 496n, 525n, 567n, 634n, 653

trading houses, factories, 68-70, 282, 285n, 440-3, 519, 521n, 524

See also Greenville, Treaty of; Indiana Territory

Informant (Danville, Ky.), 305n

Ingle, Henry, 692-3

Inglis, James, 27n

Innes, Harry, 521n

insurance, 56

Interpreter (John Cowell), 40n

Ireland

British restrictions on, 26, 27n, 222

Catholics in, 27n, 452

dissenters in, 452

immigrants from, 26n, 219n, 220-4, 226, 234, 432n

manufacturing in, 222-3

rebellion of 1798, 26n, 220-1, 224n, 234

iron

manufacture of, 91n, 224n

ore deposits, 89-91, 137, 141, 168, 499, 501n

Irujo, Carlos Martínez de

and Foronda's arrival, 235, 236n

recalled by Spain, 6n

recommends McElroy, 371, 372n

and Yznardi, 4-6, 350-1, 381, 382

Irvine (Irving, Irwin), Gen. William, 69-70n, 441n

Irwin, Matthew, 596n

Isabella (brig), 383n

Israel, Israel

and W. P. Gardner and A. Campbell, 79, 643-4, 650, 654n

Israel, Joseph (master of Trial), 4, 5, 6n

Israel, Joseph (midshipman), 235n

Israel, Samuel, 643, 654n

Italy

art, 245

learned societies in, 235-8

relations with France, 481n

trade with U.S., 532

See also Cisalpine Republic; Sicily

 
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