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May It Please Your Honours,          
                               
Pequot Tribe of Indians in Account with Eneas Morgan as Overseer
 
 
To supplies furnished and services from June 20, 1823 to June 1824 as follows:
 
 
 
Debit
 
 
 
 

Indian Tribe in Groton to articles of provision and clothing delivered them from the June 20, 1820 to March12, 1822 as per account exhibited to the Honorable County Court at their session in March last

Pequot Tribe of Indians to Dan King
 
February 1819
Pequot Indians
                                     
To Gilbert Sisson              Debit
 
 

From the Albany Temperance Recorder[1]

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1836    Pequot Indians in account current with Ezra Hewitt                                                       
 
 
Credit

Articles of Agreement between the English in Connecticut and the Indian Sachems

A covenant and agreement made between the English inhabiting the jurisdiction of the River of Connecticut of the one part and Miantonomo, the Chief Sachem of the Narragansetts, in the behalf of himself and the other chief sachems there, and Poquiam or Uncas, the Chief Sachem of the Indians called the Mohegans, in the behalf of himself and the sachems under him, as followeth at Hartford, the 21st September 1638.

 
Pequot Tribe to Mark Daniels
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Debit
 
 
 
 
 
 
1825
 
 
 

The Tribe of Mashantucket Indians in Groton do petition to the General Assembly that is to be holden at Hartford in May next that they are dissatisfied with their overseers and pray that they may have one appointed over them to file the files1 and a clerk to assist him in the business, praying that Captain Eneas Morgan be appointed overseer and that

 

Erastus Williams in Account Current with the Pequot Tribe of Indians

 
     
 

Erastus Williams in Account Current with the Pequot Tribe of Indians in Groton 1825 and 1826

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