Letter from Governor John Sevier to the warriors of the Cherokee Nation
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John Sevier writes to the warriors of the Cherokee Nation requesting their permission to build a road through the Cherokee territitory. The President of the United States is comissioning the road. John Sevier attempts to convince the Cherokees that the road will benefit them more than it will benefit the settlers. Sevier tells the Cherokees that the council in Knoxville is waiting for their opinion on the matter.
|Digital Library of Tennessee|
|Tennessee State Library and Archives|
|Sevier, John, 1745-1815|
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