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Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d', 325, 330

Iberville (Ybberville) River

as boundary between Louisiana and W. Fla., 169, 175, 177n, 326, 327, 334, 335, 336, 404

Iddings, James

identified, 354-5n

letter from, 353-5

Monitor's Instructor, 354n

sends prospectus for geography book, 353-5

Illinois and Wabash Company, 617-18

Illinois River

considered part of Louisiana by French, 327, 331, 332-3

French outposts on, 323-4, 329, 330

Indian lands on, 535, 624

planned U.S. post on, 65n

illuminism, 113

Ilsley, Daniel, Jr., 696, 699-700

Ilsley, Isaac, 696, 699-700, 702

Imbert, Felix, 32-3

Imlay, Gilbert, 431n

immigrants

British, xlii, 665n, 731

French, 32-3, 35n, 82n, 101n, 223n, 310n, 385n, 469, 575n, 604

German, 324, 724n

Irish, 562n, 618n

to Louisiana, 324

Netherlands, 541

rights and naturalization, 34-5

Russian, 143n

Saint-Domingue, xliv

Scots, 74n, 137n, 270n, 410n, 572n

Swiss, 462-3, 724n

U.S. attracts surplus European labor, 727-8

impeachment, 606n

impressment

British justifications for, 199n, 235n, 259, 279

at Cork, 39-40

by Dutch, 714, 716n

at Hamburg, 374, 375n

negotiations with Britain on, 119, 128, 129n, 199n, 213, 214-15, 217n, 259, 261n, 279, 315-16, 412-13

off Norfolk, 174, 197, 198-9n, 208, 234-5n, 237n

protections, proof of citizenship, 40n, 197

release of impressed seamen, 40n, 198n, 714

threat of, 376

in W. Indies, 408

Independence Day

public celebrations of, 47, 60, 61n, 114

speeches, orations on, 265-6, 366n

TJ's association with, 290

Independent Chronicle (Boston), 54

India, 494, 556, 594n

Indiana (schooner), 47, 192

Indiana Territory

Cahokia, 468, 656, 657

Clarksville, 105n

congressional delegation from, 547

division of, 575-6, 654-5, 657-8n

Illinois country, 249, 332-3, 626, 643n, 653-8

Indian affairs in, 444n, 624, 626, 642-3, 657n, 658n

Jeffersonville, 627

Knox Co., 654

party affiliation of federal officeholders in, 20-1, 22, 24

St. Clair Co., 657-8n

upper Louisiana to be annexed to, 473, 654-5, 657-8n

Wabash saline, 214, 217n, 626, 627, 643n, 664, 675, 683, 695

 See also Detroit; Harrison, William Henry; Kaskaskia; Randolph Co., Ind. Terr.; Vincennes; Wabash River

Indians

Adaes (Adais)

Spanish settlement among, 325, 326, 333

Arkansas

visited by La Salle, 323

Caddos

and Louisiana Purchase, 619n

Cherokees

acculturation of, 9, 614-15

groups of, west of Mississippi River, 45, 615

perceived as unfriendly, 46

punishment of theft by, 268-9, 294-5, 394

relocation, removal of, 614-15

road through lands of, 46

whites residing among, 614-15

women, 614

Chickasaws

acculturation of, 45

and Bowles, 11n

land cessions sought from, 44-5, 624

and La Salle and Tonti, 323, 329

road through lands of, 46, 295

Choctaws

acculturation of, 45, 402n

boundaries of, 402n, 642-3

and Bowles, 11n

convention with U.S., 402n

education of, 402n

groups of, west of Mississippi River, 45

land cessions sought from, 44-6, 643n

leadership of, 45-6, 402n

missionaries among, 402n

offer to sell land, 401-3, 623-4

potential threat posed by, in Miss. Terr., 622

road through lands of, 46, 402n

See also Franchimastabé (Choctaw Indian); Puckshunubbee (Choctaw Indian)

Creeks (Muskogees, Muscogees)

acculturation of, 8-10

boundary with Ga., 10, 11n, 33, 437-8

and Bowles, 8, 10-11

Colerain treaty, 144, 145n

conferences, treaties with U.S., 10

gender relations among, 9-10

groups of, west of Mississippi River, 45

land cessions sought from, 437, 698, 700n

return of property taken by, 143-5

road through lands of, 34n

women, 9-10

Culture

acculturation, 8-10, 45, 402n, 437, 536, 614-15, 722

alcoholism, 624n, 626

collection of information about, 92n

education of, 402n

food, 479

gender relations among, 9-10

leadership of, 45-6, 402n

marriage customs, 9-10

Pacific Coast, 479

women, 9-10, 614-15

Delawares

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

Economy

changes in agriculture, 45

trade in gunpowder, 98-9, 100

trade with Canadians, 91

Eel River

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

travel accommodations on lands of, 642-3

Hasinais (Assinais)

Spanish settlement among, 325, 326, 333

Iowas

land cessions sought from, 624

Kaskaskias

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

Catholic priest to reside among, 443, 444n, 643n

and Illinois and Wabash Company, 617-18

land cessions by, 437n, 443, 448, 449-50, 454, 535-6, 624, 642-3, 710, 722

travel accommodations on lands of, 642-3

Kickapoos

boundary negotiations with, 624, 626

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

travel accommodations on lands of, 642-3

Koroas

visited by French explorers, 324, 330

Miamis

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

Osages

and Chouteaus, 473n

in Louisiana, 250, 473n

Pawnees

location of, 619n

thwart Spanish settlement, 326

Piankashaws

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

travel accommodations on lands of, 642-3

Potawatomis

boundary negotiations with, 624, 626

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

and Illinois country, 657n

Relations with Non-Indians

education, 402n

encroachment on Indian lands, 56, 155, 157n

and Illinois and Wabash Company, 617-18

Indians employed in western exploration, 479

Indians in militias, 250

intermarriage among whites and Indians, 9-10, 614-15

missionaries, 402n, 443, 444n, 643n

murders, 269

property taken by Indians, 143-5

and punishment of crimes committed by Indians, 268-9, 294-5, 394

robberies, 46

slaves taken by, residing among Indians, 143-5

whites residing among Indians, 614-15

Sacs (Sauks)

boundary negotiations with, 624, 626

Seminoles

and Bowles, 8, 11n

Seminole War, 202-3n

Shawnees

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

Taensas

visited by La Salle, 323

U.S. Indian Affairs

annuities, presents, 45, 624, 643n

and France, 437n

and Illinois and Wabash Company, 617-18

impact of Louisiana Purchase on, 394-5

incorporation of Indians into the U.S., 9

influence of foreign nations on, 394, 395

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 92n

in Louisiana, 77-8n, 250, 258n, 449, 535, 579, 580n, 619n, 648

party affiliation of Indian agents, 14

promotion of friendly relations, 445, 449, 536, 722

punishment of crimes committed by Indians, 268-9, 294-5, 394

roads through Indian territory, 34n, 46, 402n, 439, 441-2, 445, 449, 643n, 687

schools, 402n

superintendents, agents, 403n

support for priests among Indians, 443, 444n

trading houses, factories, 437, 536, 624, 691

travel accommodations on Indian lands, 643n

treaties, 10, 402n, 437, 443, 444n, 449-50, 535-6, 642-3

upper Louisiana to be Indian reserve, 6, 7, 88, 170, 176, 185-6, 200, 244, 261, 288, 290, 439, 614-15, 648, 690

U.S. seeks land cessions, 44-5, 401-3, 437, 623-4, 626, 687, 698, 722

Weas

and bounds of Vincennes tract, 642-3

Wyandots

travel accommodations on lands of, 642-3

indigo, 408, 452

Ingle, Henry, 740

insects, 311n

insurance, 268n, 523-4, 576-7

Ireland

Cobh (Cove), 40

Cork, 39-40, 208

immigrants from, 562n, 618n

Kinsale, 39

Presbyterians in, 562n

uprising in, 411, 414n

iron

bar, 55, 192, 193n, 381, 531

cannons, 530-1n

forges, 461

sheet, 104, 381, 460-1, 531, 581

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Irujo, Carlos Martínez de

created marqués of Casa-Irujo, 475n

dines with G. Logan, 474

and Jerome Bonaparte, 669n

and Spain's opposition to Louisiana Purchase, 355-7, 374-5, 552-3n

and Yznardi, 660, 662

Irujo, Sarah (Sally) McKean, 475n, 669n

Irvine, Callender

appointed surveyor and inspector, 180, 181n, 213, 219, 697, 702, 733

Irvine (Irving, Irwin), Gen. William

and E. I. du Pont's gunpowder, 101n

family of, 180

and Indian trade, 624

party affiliation of, 24, 75, 108

as superintendent of military stores, 3, 4n

Islam, 412

Ismail ibn Al-Sharif, Sultan of Morocco, 508

Israel, Israel, 459n

Israel, Joseph (master of Trial), 660, 662

Italy

and France, 236n

See also Etruria; Leghorn (Livorno), Italy; Naples; Sardinia; Sicily

Izard, George, 86

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