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Benjamin Logan Statement, 15 May 1786

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Benjamin Logan Statement


15 May 1786


The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA

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Open to researchers.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Benjamin Logan Statement, 15 May 1786, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.


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Scope and Content

Kentucky frontiersman and legislator. Copy of statement which asks, on behalf of the field officers of the Kentucky Militia, if the judge and attorney general of the Kentucky District will amend the laws on disciplining the militia. It also requests a ruling on field officers' right to impress supplies. In addition, it contains the opinions of George Muter, Caleb Wallace, and Harry Innes that field officers do have impressment rights. Card file in repository


  • Innes, Harry, 1752-1816.
  • Muter, George, fl. 1785-1806.
  • Wallace, Caleb, 1742-1814.
  • Kentucky.-- Militia-- History-- Sources.
  • United Staets-- History-- Confederation, 1783-1789.

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