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Contributing Institution

Maine State Archives

Document Type

Text

Identifier

29134-F043-I002

Description

Supplemental memorial from Passamaquoddy Tribe to Governor John Fairfield relating to the Protest of the Passamaquoddy Tribe*, which declared the treaty signed by Sabbatis Neptune regarding the alliance with the Penobscots and Maliseets and pledging allegiance to the British in New Brunswick to be false, and that Neptune signed the treaty without understanding it.

Signed at Pleasant Point with Father William Demillier, Missionary, as the witness.

*See also 29134-F043-I001.

Exact Creation Date

8-23-1839

Language

English

Location

Washington County; Pleasant Point

Keywords

Wabanaki; Native Americans; Indians; Passamaquoddy Tribe; Correspondence; Treaties; Maliseet; Caughnawaga

Disciplines

History | Indian and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | United States History

1839-08-23  Memorial to Governor Fairfield from the Passamaquoddy Tribe declaring their allegiance to Maine


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