Plain facts [microform] : being an examination into the rights of the Indian nations of America, to their respective countries; and a vindication of the grant, from the Six united nations of Indians, to the proprietors of Indiana, against the decision of the legislature of Virginia; together with authentic documents, proving that the territory, westward of the Allegany mountain, never belonged to Virginia, &c.
By: Wharton, Samuel.Material type: TextPublisher: Philadelphia: Printed and sold by R. Aitken, 1781Description: 164 p., 1 l. 21 cm.Subject(s): Indiana grant | Walpole grant | Iroquois Indians -- Land tenure | Indians of North America -- Land tenure
|Item type||Current location||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Microform||University of Texas At Tyler Reference Area||AM.CUL.SER.II REEL #511.6 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan||0000001038363|
|Microform||University of Texas At Tyler Reference Area||AM.CUL.SER.II REEL #422.6 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan||0000001028927|
This pamphlet, which has been variously attributed to Anthony Benezet, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Paine, was prepared by Samuel Wharton, as is attested by P.E. Du Simitière in his note-books preserved in the Library of Congress. It relates to a large tract of land within the limits of the present state of West Virginia, granted by the Indians in 1768 to certain traders, including Wharton, and called by them "Indiana." The present pamphlet is an enlargement of one published by Wharton in 1776, under title: View of the title to Indiana. cf. Boston athenaeum, Catalogue of the Washington collection, 1897, p. 223-224.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. University Microfilms (n.d.) (American culture series, Reel 422.6).