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A letter concerning finances and money allotted to Finley for 1825. Finley is to take over the work of sub-agent John Shaw. Shaw and Finley should take an inventory of public property on hand before Shaw leaves. Johnston attended the first trial of the Fall Creek Massacre defendants. One of the murderers of the Indians, mentioned in the April 14, 1824 letter, has been convicted with a capital sentence, and no expense will be spared till the others are all convicted and justice done for the Indians. Abstract Number - 711
John Johnston Letters; Wyandot Mission Letters; John Shaw; Indian Agency; Sub-Agent; Fall Creek Massacre (1824)
Johnston, John, "Letter from John Johnston to James B. Finley" (1824). Finley Letters. 905.