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Indian speech. The speech of Sagona Ha, which signifies the Keeper Awake, a chief of the Seneca Nation of Indians, known by the white people by the name of Red Jacket, in answer to a speech of the Rev. Mr. Alexander, a missionary, from the Missionary Society in New York to that nation, delivered at a council, held at Buffaloe-Creek, in May, 1811

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Date

1811

Place of Publication

Boston.

Publisher

Coverly, Nathaniel, 1775?-1824, printer.

Subjects

Red Jacket, Seneca chief, approximately 1756-1830
Indians of North America
Religion
Missionaries

Identifiers

BIB ID: 305611
OCLC Control No.: (OCoLC)ocm83563996
OCLC Control No.: (OCoLC)ocn191497540
AAS General Catalog URL: http://catalog.mwa.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=305611

Physical Dimensions

87 x 22 cm.

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Citation

“Indian speech. The speech of Sagona Ha, which signifies the Keeper Awake, a chief of the Seneca Nation of Indians, known by the white people by the name of Red Jacket, in answer to a speech of the Rev. Mr. Alexander, a missionary, from the Missionary Society in New York to that nation, delivered at a council, held at Buffaloe-Creek, in May, 1811,” Isaiah Thomas Broadside Ballads Project, accessed June 20, 2018, http://www.americanantiquarian.org/thomasballads/items/show/318.