Indian Relations in Texas

Jim Marthler Mieed, Hopochthli Yoholo, Tuscoomah Hargo, and Jim Boy to the Chiefs of the Caddos, July 20, 1842

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Muskogee to Caddo chiefs, July 1842

to cross into your Country and interrupt you should they get into your country before they cross -- in Conclusion we have to say to you listen to the good talks that the Muscogees give your people in Council and impress it upon the mind of your people our talks that we gave to you and say to the different tribes and your people -- to raise the necessity of doing well towards all -- we shall send a letter to Capt Wm Armstrong with yours and relate to him your situation and the condition you are in by adhering to our advice we send to you and be friendly you may someday have good people that will come to your houses and men that will be of service to your people -- Our last talk to you is to read this that we send to you and ask yourselves is this not a good talk that the Muscogees send to your people is not right

Your friends truly
Jim Marthler Mieed [?] x (his mark)
Hopochthli Yoholo x (his mark)
Tuscoomah Hargo x (his mark)
Jim Boy x (his mark)

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Jim Marthler Mieed, Hopochthli Yoholo, Tuscoomah Hargo, and Jim Boy to the Chiefs of the Caddos, July 20, 1842. Texas Indian Papers, Volume 1, #110, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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