Haughty Conquerors: Amherst and the Great Indian Uprising of 1763

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NOTES
1
Jeffrey Amherst to Henry Bouquet, June 6, 1763, in Sylvester K. Stevens, Donald H. Kent, Autumn L. Leonard, Louis M. Waddell, and John Totteham, eds., The Papers of Henry Bouquet (hereafter cited as Bouquet Papers), 6 vols. ( Harrisburg: PennsylvaniaHistorical and Museum Commission, 1972-1994), 6:209.
2
Jeffrey Amherst to William Johnson, June 12, 1763, in James Sullivan and A. C. Flick, eds., Tje Papers of William Johnson(hereafter cited as Johnson Papers), 14 vols. ( Albany: State University of New York, 1921-1965), 4:138-39.
3
Jeffrey Amherst to Henry Bouquet, June 12, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6:220.
4
Henry Bouquet to Jeffrey Amherst, June 16, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6:225- 26.
6
Jeffrey Amherst to Henry Bouquet, June 19, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6:240, 239-41.
7
Jeffrey Amherst to William Johnson, June 16, 1763, Johnson Papers, 4:148, 148-49.
8
First quote in John Clarence Webster, ed., The Journal of Jeffrey Amherst, Recording the Military Career of General Amherst in America from 1758 to 1763 (hereafter cited as Amherst Journal) ( Chicago: Ryerson Press, 1931), 306; second quote in Jeffrey Amherst to [], June 17, 1763, Gage papers, William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Mich. (hereafter cited as CL). For his troop movements, see Jeffrey Amherst to Henry Bouquet, June 16, 25, July 2, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6: 227, 255-56, 283-84.
9
Jeffrey Amherst to Henry Bouquet, June 23, 1763 (undated but clear from the letter's words), Amherst collection, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., microfilm, B-2664.
10
Jeffrey Amherst to James Hamilton, June 19, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6:242.
11
Jeffrey Amherst to Lord Egremont, June 26, 1763, Amherst collection, microfilm, A-1826.
13
Hartford Indian Conference, May 30, 28, 1763, Johnson Papers, 4:128, 127- 29, 123-27; Thomas Fitch to William Johnsoxn, May 30, 1763, ibid., 4:130; Thomas McKee to William Johnson, June 2, 1763, ibid., 4:132. See also the Council between James Hamilton and Teedyuscung, November 19-20, 1762, in Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania (herafter cited as MPCP) ( 1852) (reprint, New York: AMS Press, 1968), 9:6-9.
14
Thomas Mckee to William Johnson, June 2, 28, 1763, Johnson Papers, 4:132, 10:720; William Johnson Journal of Indian affairs, May 29 to June 29, 1763, ibid., 10:722; George Croghan to Henry Bouquet, June 8, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6:210- 11; James Hamilton Memorandum and Proclamation, June 2, 1763, MPCP 9:27- 28; Instructions to James Burd and Thomas McKee, June 2, 1763, ibid., 9:29-30.
15
Simeon Ecuyer to Henry Bouquet, June 16, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6:232, 228-33; Simeon Ecuyer to Henry Bouquet, June 26, 1763, ibid., 6:258-60.
16
Discourse between Delawares and Ecuyer, June 24, 1763, Bouquet Papers, 6: 261-63; See also Bernard Knollenberg, "General Amherst and Germ Warfare", Mississippi Valley Historical Review 41 ( 1954), 491.

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