Message from Native Americans to Acting Governor James DeLancey regarding hostilities

Message from the Mohawk and Cannajohary Indians desiring something may be done to remove their present apprehensions of danger, 1755. This message was delivered by Sir William Johnson (referred to as "Brother Warraghijagey") to Acting Governor James DeLancey (referred to as "Brother Goragh") through the colonial council.
Date Original
February 7 1755
New York State Archives, New York (Colony). Council. Council papers, 1664-1781. Series A1894-78, Volume 80, p.17.
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