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By 1773-1841 William Henry Harrison

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Harrison informs Piatt that he is no longer willing to allow contractors to trifle with the army as they have in the past. He orders Piatt to immediately arrange for delivery of provisions to Fort Jennings, regardless of cost. He states that he has instructed Colonel Morrison to purchase 3,000 pack horses and that he wishes to be kept informed of Piatt's activities.Piatt, John Hooper, 1781-1822One page is blank

Topics: Military supplies; United States--History--War of 1812; Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Piatt, John Hooper, 1781-1822; Morrison, James, 1755-1823
Year: 1810
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