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Winn, Billy Papers (MC 297)

Biographical Note

William Waddell Winn was born in 1938 to Dr. John H. Winn (1888-1951) and his wife Dorothy Clason Winn, and grew up in the Overlook area of Columbus, Georgia.  He graduated from Georgia State University with a in history.  He married Elinor Brandt and moved to Alaska where he worked at various jobs before moving to Atlanta in 1964.  He began working at the Atlanta Journal that same year, where he was active in covering the Civil Rights struggles.  He left Atlanta in 1970 and freelanced for eight years for such publications as Rolling Stone, New Orleans Magazine, Argosy and New South. He returned to Atlanta in 1980. In 1987 Winn returned to Columbus to write a book about the Stocking Stranglings of the 1970.  He left the projected book unfinished and took a job with the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer on the condition that he could continue freelancing.

Scope and Content

This material consists of the drafts and research material for Winn's book on the removal of the Creeks.  It is arranged in 6 series: Biography (1 box), Pre-Removal (1 box), Land Development (2 boxes), Indian Removal (2 boxes), Drafts (2 boxes) and The Creeks (1 box).

Below is a list of frequently used abbreviations from the papers:

A.H.Q – Alabama Historical Quarterly
A.R.C. – Archival Research Catalog
BH – Benjamin Hawkins
C.R.G. – Colonial Reports Georgia
G.H.Q. – Georgia Historical Quarterly
G.H.S. – Georgia Historical Society
GA. C. – Georgia Counties
GA. T. – Georgia Towns
R.D. – Removal Debate
T.T.C.C. – Travelers through Creek Country

Below is a list of terms which were frequently abbreviated:
Alabama Historical Quarterly – A.H.Q.
Archival Research Catalog – A.R.C.
Colonial Reports Georgia – C.R.G.
Georgia Historical Quarterly – G.H.Q.
Georgia Historical Society – G.H.S.
Georgia Counties – GA.C.
Georgia Towns – GA. T.
Hawkins, Benjamin – BH
Removal Debate – R.D.
Travelers through Creek Country – T.T.C.C.

1735-2010                                                                     9 boxes (9 l.f.)

Permission to Publish
Permission to publish material from the Billy Winn Papers must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University.  Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Billy Winn Papers (MC 297)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

This collection was donated to the CSU Archives by the author in 2014


Box and Folder List

Series 1 – Biography

Box 1

Folder 1 – John James Abert, born September 17, 1788
Folder 2 – John Quincy Adams, 1825
Folder 3 – Julius C. Alford, born May 10, 1799
Folder 4 – Samuel Armstrong Bailey – (1800-1852)
Folder 5 – Elias Beall, 1836
Folder 6 – James Neill Bethune – (1803-1895)
Folder 7 – Blount William, 1749-1800
Folder 8 – William August Bowles and Letters Concerning Bowle's Activities, 1763-1805
Folder 9 – David Brearley, 1826
Folder 10 – Philander R. Broad
Folder 11 – James M. Calhoun, born February 11, 1811 – "Atlanta's War Mayor"
Folder 12 – James S. Calhoun, born 1802?!
     This folder contains: "James S. Calhoun Pioneer Georgia Leader and First Governor of New Mexico" by Fleytcher M. Green.
Folder 13 – Calhoun – Mott House
Folder 14 – William Capers, born January 26, 1790
     This folder contains: Notes – Life of William Capers by William M. Wightman, 1859.
Folder 15 – Paddy Carr / Jim Henry, March 6, 1966
Folder 16 – Lewis Cass, born October 9, 1782
     This folder contains: Notes – "Lewis Cass, Removal of the Indians", North American Review, January 1830 - Excerpts.
Folder 17 – Clement C. Clay, 1872
Folder 18 – John Coffee: "Surveyor and Land Agent" Art. By Gordon T. Chappell and Map
     This folder contains: Notes – "Navigational Development of Muscle Shoals, 1807-1890" by Adrian G. Daniel, in The Alabama Review, October 1961 – "John Coffee: Surveyor and Land Agent" by Gordon T. Chappell, in The Alabama Review, (with map), October 1961
Folder 19 – Walter Terry Colquitt, born December 27, 1799
Folder 20 – Ebenezer Lee Compare Genealogy, born February 6, 1833
Folder 21 – Martin Jenkins Crawford, born March 17, 1820
Folder 22 – Wm. H. Crawford, 1816
Folder 23 – John Crowell, 1780-1846
Folder 24 – William Crosby Dawson
Folder 25 – Lorenzo and Peggy Don, 1805-1811
Folder 26 – Rev. Ignatius Alphonso Few, 1789-1845
Folder 27 – Samuel W. Flournoy, 1833
Folder 28 – William Flournoy, born 1774
     This folder contains: Notes – "Gibson Flournoy and Related Families" by E. Madgelaine Flournoy.
Folder 29 – John Fontaine
Folder 30 – John Forsyth, 1780-1841
     This folder contains: Notes – "Creeks and Cherokees" – Newspaper Clipping – "Indian Removal Debate 1830; John Forsyth" 21 Congress 1 Session, Vol. 6.
Folder 31 – Edmund Pendleton Gaines, 1949
     This folder contains: "Edmund Pendleton Gaines Frontier General" by James W. Silver, 1949.
Folder 32 – Alabama Governor John Gayle, 1792-1859
Folder 33 – Hardridge Material
Folder 34 – Christopher Haveman – Student on Creek Removal, 2005
Folder 35 – Burton Hepburn
Folder 36 – Henry Washington Hilliard, 1808-1892
Folder 37 – John (Jack) Harrison Howard, 1791-1862
Folder 38 – Dr. (Gen.) Thomas Hoxey, 1827
Folder 39 – D.J. Stephen M. Ingersoll, 1792-1872
Folder 40 – Alfred Iverson, born December 3, 1798
Folder 41 – Francis Paul Prucha: "Andrew Jackson's Indian Policy", 1817
Folder 42 – A. Jackson: Treaty with the Cherokee, December 26, 1817
Folder 43 – A. Jackson: Monroe and Calhoun's Removal Plan, January 27, 1825
Folder 44 – A. Jackson: Jackson to Monroe, March 4, 1817
Folder 45 – A. Jackson: Jackson's Annual Message, December 8, 1829
Folder 46 – A. Jackson: Election, 1820
Folder 47 – A. Jackson: Jackson's Inaugural, March 4, 1829
Folder 48 – A. Jackson: "General Jackson and the Indians of the Mississippi Territory", 1975
     This folder contains: "Another Look at General Jackson and the Indians of the Mississippi Territory" by Richard H. Faust – AR Vol. 28, #3, July 1975.
Folder 49 – A. Jackson: Andrew Jackson's First Inaugural Address and Letter to the Creeks," March 23, 1829 (See Notes) – 4 March 1829
Folder 50 – A. Jackson: "Blount Conspiracy" Isabel Thompson, 1930
Folder 51 – A. Jackson: "River of Blood... Horseshoe Bend" AHQ, January 1990
Folder 52 – A. Jackson: Jackson's 7th Annual Message to Congress, 12/7/1835
Folder 53 – A. Jackson: "Andrew Jackson and the Creek War: Victory at the Horseshoe" by James W. Holland, 1968, in The Alabama Review, October 1968, Vol. 21, # 4
Folder 54 – A. Jackson: Nullification Issue
Folder 55 – A. Jackson: Nullification
     This folder contains: Notes – "The Nullification Movement in Georgia" by E. Merton Coulter, in GHQ, Vol. V, # 1, March 1921 – Other.
Folder 56 – James Jackson, 1757-1806
Folder 57 – Hamilton January, 1802-1856
Folder 58 – Henry W. Jernigan, 1800-1849
Folder 59 – Thomas S. Jesup, 1788-1860
Folder 60 – Seaborn Jones, 1788-1864
Folder 61 – Chilly McIntosh and Benjamin Hawkins, 1833
Folder 62 – McIntosh, Other Speeches, 1870
Folder 63 – William R. King, 1786-1853
Folder 64 – Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar, 1798-1859
Folder 65 – Dixon Hall Lewis, 1826-1848
     This folder contains: Notes – "The Legislative Career of Dixon Hall Lewis 1826-1848" by Ronald Watson Faircloth, a Thesis, August 24, 1965 – Other.
Folder 66 – Allen G. Lawhon, 1791-1857
Folder 67 – Daniel Alexander MacDougald, 1799-1849
Folder 68 – Daniel McDougald
Folder 69 – James McHenry – Jim Henry
     This folder contains: Notes – Muscogiana, Vol. 3, # 3&4, Fall 1992 – Other.
Folder 70 – John Milton, 1807-1865
Folder 71 – David Brydie Mitchell, 1766-1837
Folder 72 – Lt. David Moniac, 1981
     This folder contains: Notes – "Lt. David Moniac, Creek Indian: First Minority Graduate of West Point" by Benjamin Griffith, in AHQ, Vol. 43, # 2, Summer 1981.
Folder 73 – Gabriel Moore, 1785-1844
Folder 74 – Captain John Page
Folder 75 – John Ridge, born 1802
Folder 76 – Sanford / Correspondence, 1834
Folder 77 – Henry W. Williard, 1808-1892
Folder 78 – John William Augustine Sandford, 1825-1913
Folder 79 – Windfield Scott (on Jesup), 1864
Folder 80 – W.H. Sparks – Bibliography, 1870
Folder 81 – Edward Lloyd Thomas, 1785-1852
     This folder contains: Notes – "Edward Lloyd Thomas, Surveyor" by John H. Goff, in Emory University Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, # 2, summer 1962.
Folder 82 – Ware (1759) and Billingslea (1794)
Folder 83 – James C. Watson (died June 11, 1843)
Folder 84 – John H. Watson
Folder 85 – Charles J. Williams, 1820-1862
Folder 86 – Thomas Woodward, born February 22, 1797

Series 2 – Pre-Removal

Box 1

Folder 1 – "Archaeological Salvage in the Walter F. George Basin of the Chattahoochee River in Alabama" by David L. Dejarnette, 1975
Folder 2 – J.P. Andrews Reports to S W, July 4, 1825-August 1, 1825
Folder 3 -- Treaties: "Oglethorpe's Treaty with the Lower Creek Indians" in GHQ, (1733, 1739), 1920
Folder 4 – Treaties: "Indian Boundaries in Colonial Georgia" by Louis DeVorsey, Jr., 1970, in GHQ, Vol. LIV, # 1, spring 1970
Folder 5 – Treaties: Act for Maintaining the Peace with the Indians/Prohibiting African Slavery – and Follow-up Acts, 1735-1750
Folder 6 – Treaties: Compact of 1802, in ASP, PL I, 1802
Folder 7 – Treaties: Creeks Lost Land of Drip Tortue Treaties
Folder 8 – Treaties: Creek Treaties with Georgia and U.S., 1732
Folder 9 – Treaties: Coleraine Jackson, 1796
Folder 10 – Treaties: "The International Conflict for the Lands of Creek Confederacy" by Gerald Forbes in ChoO, Vol. 14, # 4, December 1936
Folder 11 – Treaties: Treaty of Savannah, November 3, 1757
Folder 12 – Treaties: Treaties of Paris, 1783
Folder 13 – Treaties: Hopewell Treaty, 1785
Folder 14 – Treaties: Treaty of Creek, 1817
Folder 15 – Treaties: "Creek Indian Affairs, 1775-1778" by Homer Bast in GHQ,, Vol. XXXIII, # 1, March 1949
Folder 16 – Treaties: "Creek American Relations, 1782-1790" by Randolph C. Downes, in GHQ, Vol. XXI, # 2, June 1937
Folder 17 – Treaties: Choctaws Treaties, 1820-1830
Folder 18 – Treaties: Treaty of 1825
Folder 19 – Treaties: Treaty of Galphinton by Georgia, November 12, 1785
Folder 20 – Treaties: Treaty of 1790 between U.S. and Creeks, 1790
     This folder contains: "Creek-American Treaty of 1790: Alexander McGillivray and the Diplomacy of the Old Southwest" by J. Leitch Wright, Jr. in GHQ, Vol. LI, # 4, December 1967 – "A Narrative of The Military Actions of Colonel Marinus Willett" Taken Chiefly from his Own Manuscript, 1831 – Others.
Folder 21 – Treaties: "A Trail of Broken Promises: Georgians and Muscogee/Creek Treaties 1796-1826" by Grace M. Schwartzman and Susan K. Barnard in GHQ, Vol. LXXV, 1991
Folder 22 – Treaties: Compact of 1802 ASP, PL, Vol. 1, 1802
Folder 23 – Treaties: "Creek Treaties, 1790-1832" by C.J. Coley in the Alabama Review, Vol. 11, # 3, July 1958
Folder 24 – Treaties: "Creek Treaties, 1790-1832" 1958
Folder 25 – Treaties: Crowell's Letter to Calhoun on Indian Spring, ASP, IA, II?, February 13, 1825
Folder 26 – Treaties: Indian Spring Hotel, 2008
Folder 27 – Treaties: "The Creek Treaty of Washington, 1826" by Richard J. Hryniewicki, in GHQ, Vol. XLVIII, # 4, December 1964
Folder 28 – Treaties: "The Indian Treaties: Unfolding of Georgia's Map" by Coulter
Folder 29 – Treaties: "The Creek Treaty of November 15, 1827" by Richard J. Hryniewicki, in GHQ, Vol. LII, # 1, March 1968
Folder 30 – Treaties: Indian Treaties, 1790
Folder 31 – Treaties: Creek Treaty of 1832, March 24, 1832
Folder 32 – B. Hawkins: "Benjamin Hawkins' Trip Across Western and Northern Georgia, 1798" by Marion R. Hempfrley, in GHQ, Vol. LVI, # 3, fall 1972
Folder 33 – B. Hawkins: "Benjamin Hawkins: Indian Agent"
Folder 34 – B. Hawkins: "Col. Hawkins" Chappell
Folder 35 – Yazoo: "History of the Public Domain in Georgia" by S.G. McLendon, 1924
Folder 36 – Yazoo: "Yazoo" by Rev. William B. Stevens, 1859
Folder 37 – Yazoo: Yazoo by Absalom H. Chappell
Folder 38 – Yazoo: New England Mississippi Land Company Claims – ASP, PL, I, 1805
Folder 39 – Yazoo: Claimants under Georgia and Tennessee Companies – ASP, PL, I, 1804
Folder 40 – Yazoo: "Frauds in Acquiring Lands in Louisiana" Th. Jefferson, 1803
Folder 41 – Yazoo: Alexander Moultrie, 1789
Folder 42 – Yazoo: Yazoo Claims / Principals, 1803
Folder 43 – Yazoo: Fletcher v. Peck, 1810
     This folder contains: "The Notorious Yazoo Land Fraud Case" by Jane Elsmere, in GHQ, Vol. LI, # 4, December 1976.
Folder 44 – Yazoo: Yazoo Act – Rescinding Act, ASP, PL (1997), 1803
Folder 45 – Yazoo: Spanish Claims in Yazoo County, 1803
Folder 46 – Yazoo: Yazoo Claimants, 1813-14
Folder 47 – Yazoo: Yazoo Frauds – GHS, 1965
T     his folder contains: "The Yazoo Controversy: The Beginning of the "Quid" Revolt" by Donald A. MacPhee, in GHQ, Vol. XLIX, # 1, March 1965.
Folder 48 – Yazoo: Titles, Transfers, Sales and Claims to GA. Land as of 1805, ASP, PL, I, 1805
Folder 49 – Asbury Mission: "A History of the Methodist Episcopal Church" by Nathan Bangs, 1816-1828
Folder 50 – Asbury M.: "Frontier Mission" by Walter Brownlow Posey, 1966
Folder 51 – Asbury M.: "Father Murrow: Religion" by Alice Hurley Mackey in Ch. Of Oklahoma, March 1934
Folder 52 – Asbury M.: "Early Creek Missions" by Roland Hinds in Ch. Of Oklahoma, 17, # 1, March 1939
Folder 53 – Asbury M.: Indian Missions in Georgia, 2005
Folder 54 – Asbury M.: "The Avalon Project: Articles of Confederation", 2004
Folder 55 – Miscellaneous: Indian Commissioner's Reports, 1973
Folder 56 – Miscellaneous: Indian Curiosities, November 15, 1912
Folder 57 – Miscellaneous: Indian Annuities, 1806-1819
Folder 58 – Miscellaneous: National Council – Milfort, 1959
Folder 59 – Miscellaneous: Intercourse Act, June 30, 1834
Folder 60 – Miscellaneous: Passport to the Cherokee and Creek Nations – GA. Dept. Archives, 2004
Folder 61 – Miscellaneous: Col. R.J. Meigs Letters, etc..., 2006
Folder 62 – Miscellaneous: Indian Massacre in U.S., 2003
Folder 63 – Miscellaneous: "The Cheraw Massacre, and its Aftermath" by Coulter, GHQ, 1965
Folder 64 – Miscellaneous: Chehaw Affair, ASP, MA, 1818
Folder 65 – Miscellaneous: Joe Peddy – Newell Floyd etc...
Folder 66 – Newspapers: Milledgeville Federal Union, 1831
Folder 67 – Newspapers: Milledgeville Journal, 1824
Folder 68 – Newspapers: Milledgeville Journal, 1825
Folder 69 – Newspapers: Augusta Chronicle and Georgia Advertiser, 1825
Folder 70 – Newspapers: Columbus Enquirer, 1833-34

Series 3 – Land Development

Box 1

Folder 1 – Alabama: Alabama Emigrating Company Formerly Sanford Emigrating Company, 1814-1884
Folder 2 – Alabama: "Principal Stage Stops and Taverns in what is Now Alabama Prior to 1840" in A.H.Q, 1955
Folder 3 – Alabama: "Lewis Tavern at Fort Bainbridge" A.H.Q., Vol. 17, 1955
Folder 4 – Alabama: Brannon on References in ?, 1833
Folder 5 – Alabama: Hardeman – Owens Case – "States Rights", 1833
Folder 6 – Alabama: "The Old Mardisville, Lebanon and Center Land Office Records & Military Warrants" by Marilyn Davis Barefield (1990), 1834-1860
Folder 7 – Alabama: "A History of Methodism in Alabama" by the Rev. Anson West, 1893
Folder 8 – Alabama: "History of Alabama" by Albert Burton Moore, 1951
Folder 9 – Alabama: Alabama Fever: Land – 1824 Letter, 1824
Folder 10 – Alabama: Alabama Timeline, 2010
Folder 11 – Alabama: Some Alabamians of the Territorial Period, A.H.O., 1962
Folder 12 – Alabama: Taverns (Stands) in Alabama
Folder 13 – Alabama: U.S. Land Offices in Alabama, 1803-1879
Folder 14 – Alabama: Land Speculators – Alabama Montgomery – Montgomery County
Folder 15 – Alabama: "Alabama's Forgotten Settlers: Notes on the Spanish Mobile District 1780" by Jack D.L. Holmes in A.H.Q., 1780-1813
Folder 16 – Alabama: "Crime and Punishment in Alabama, 1819-1840" by Jack K. Williams, AR, Vol. 6, # 1, 1819-1840
Folder 17 – Alabama: "Death Towns of Alabama" by W. Stuart Harris, 1978
Folder 18 – Alabama: Cotton in Alabama: Population Growth, 1810-1840
This folder contains: "Social Studies: "Alabama: the New South" by Rode Morin.
Folder 19 – Alabama: "Fort Jackson after the War of 1812" by James W. Parker, AR, April 1985
Folder 20 – Alabama: Fort Toulouse as a Missionary Center A.H.Q., Vol. 22, # 3, 1960
Folder 21 – Alabama: ADAH – Maps, 2005
Folder 22 – Alabama: "An Act Establishing Alabama Territory" A.H.Q, Vol. 24, # 1, 1962
Folder 23 – Alabama: Alabama Census Returns 1820, A.H.Q., fall 1944
Folder 24 – Alabama: Alabama Map Sources, 2006
Folder 25 – Alabama: A.D.A.H. Information
Folder 26 – Alabama: Letter: Cotton and Land Speculations in Alabama, 1824
Folder 27 – Alabama: Alabama Gov. John Murphy's Claim under Treaty with the Creeks at the Indian Springs, 1826
Folder 28 – Alabama: "Politics and Public Land Disposal in Alabama's Formative Period" by Frances C. Roberts, Alabama Review, Vol. 22, # 3, July, 1969
Folder 29 – Alabama: "The Alabama Volunteers in the Second Seminole War, 1836" by Phillip E. Koepper and David T. Childress – AR, Vol. 37, # 1, January 1984
Folder 30 – Alabama: Indian Tribes, 2006
Folder 31 – Alabama: "Temperance Ellis, Child Captive of the Creeks" by James Harold Evans – Pike County, 2004
Folder 32 – Alabama: Alabama Chronology
Folder 33 – Alabama: Alabama Geography, 2009
Folder 34 – Alabama: "Land Titles and Public Land Sales in Early Alabama" by James F. Doster, in the Alabama Review, Vol. 16, # 2, April 1963
Folder 35 – Alabama: "Removal of Indians from Alabama" by Peter A. Brannon, A.H.Q., Vol. 12, # 1
Folder 36 – Alabama: "Alabama – A Documentary History to 1900" Revised by Lucille Griffith – Alabama: History of a Deep South State, 1968
Folder 37 – Alabama: "Montgomery" by Wayne Flynt
Folder 38 – Alabama: "Creeks in Alabama" by Steven C. Hahn, 2010
Folder 39 – Alabama: "Creek Indian Removal" by Christopher Haveman, 2010
Folder 40 – Key's Mission: McCorvey "Mission" Key, 1833
Folder 41 – Key's Mission: "Alabama and the Federal Government: The Creek Indian Controversy" by Theodore H. Jack, 1916
Folder 42 – Key's Mission: "Francis Scott Key's Mission to Alabama in 1833" by Franck L. Owsley, Jr., AR, Vol. 23, # 3, July 1970
Folder 43 – Al. Counties: Eufaula/Barbour Counties
Folder 44 – Al. Counties: "Russell County in Retrospect" by Anne Kendrick Walker, 1950
Folder 45 – Al. Counties: "Early Chronicles of Barbour County" by Green Beauchamp, in A.H.Q., Vol. 33, # 1, spring 1971
Folder 46 – Al. Counties: Creole Nation Ala.: County Snapshots, 1825-1830
Folder 47 – Al. Counties: "Lee County and Her Forebears", 1837
Folder 48 – Al. counties: Shelby County
Folder 49 – Al. Counties: St. Clair County
Folder 50 – Al. Counties: Russel County Land Records, 2005
Folder 51 – Al. counties: Pike County, Alabama, 1980
Folder 52 – Anecdotes: R. Anecdotes – Edited, 1883
Folder 53 – Anecdotes: James W. Boykin Letters on Creek Conditions at Columbus, August 25, 1830
Folder 54 – Anecdotes: "Reminiscences of Columbus" by John E. Lamar, 1891
Folder 55 – Anecdotes: "Rev. J.D. Anthony", 1896
Folder 56 – Anecdotes: Blackmar History, 1920/21
Folder 57 – Places: North Alabama
     This folder contains: Notes – History of Florence.
Folder 58 – Places: Autauga County, Alabama, 2001
Folder 59 – Places: Lowinton? (Eufaula)
Folder 60 – Places: CRV Development, 1987
Folder 61 – Places: Broken Arrow + Map
Folder 62 – Places: Augusta, GA, 2007
Folder 63 – Places: Coosa County, 1942
Folder 64 – Places: Randolph County, Alabama, 1832-1900
Folder 65 – Places: "Russell County Place Names" by Peter A. Brannon, #1, 1959
Folder 66 – Places: "Pioneer Talladega, its Minutes and Memories" by Wellington Vandiver, A.H.Q., Vol. 16, # 2, 1954
Folder 67 – Places: Tallapoosa County, Alabama, 1991
Folder 68 – Places: "History of Tallassee for Tallasseans" by Virginia Noble Golden, 1949
Folder 69 – Places: Wetumca Council House, A.H.Q., Vol. 21, 1959
Folder 70 – Places: Mississippi, 1817
Folder 71 – Places: Maps/Illustrations
Folder 72 – Places: Anecdotes
Folder 73 – Places: Milledgeville, 2007
     This folder contains: "Historic Old Milledgeville: Georgia's Capital for More Than Six Decades" in Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials and Legends, Vol. 11 – Notes – Brochures – "Old Capitol Celebration", October 21, 2000.
Folder 74 – Places: Coweta Tallahassee, 1938
Folder 75 – Places: Louisville (Yazoo), 1913
     This folder contains: "Louisville: Georgia's First Permanent Capital" by Lucian Lamar Knight, in Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials and Legends, Vol. 1, 1913.
Folder 76 – Places: Fall Line in Georgia, 2006
Folder 77 – Places: Fall Line, Piedmont, etc..., 2002
Folder 78 – Places: Special Places – Ecology, 2001
Folder 79 – Places: "Early Settlers Along the Old Federal Pond..." A.H.Q., Vol. 40, # 2, 1978
Folder 80 – Places: Chambers County – E.G.Richards
Folder 81 – Places: Cherry – Opelika, A.H.Q., Vol. 15, # 3 and 4, 1953
Folder 82 – Places: Cherokee County, Alabama, Rev. J.D. Anthony, 1896
Folder 83 – T.T.C.C.: "The Aristocrat Journey" by Margaret H. Hall, 1828
Folder 84 – T.T.C.C.: "Travels in North America" by Basil Hall, 1828
Folder 85 – T.T.C.C.: "Impressions of America" by Tyrone Power, 1834
Folder 86 – T.T.C.C.: Adam Hodgson, 1820
Folder 87 – T.T.C.C.: "Account of the United States of America" by D.B. Warden, 1819
Folder 88 – T.T.C.C.: Hodgson Traveled in 1820 Thornton – Including Hodgson, 1820
Folder 89 – T.T.C.C.: "Men and Manners in America" by Hamilton Thomas, 1831
Folder 90 – T.T.C.C.: "Society in America" by Harriet Martineau, 1837
Folder 91 -- T.T.C.C.: John H. B. Latrobe, 1834
Folder 92 – T.T.C.C.: "Anne Royall in Alabama" by Lucille Griffith, in Alabama Review, Vol. 21, # 1, January 1968
Folder 93 – T.T.C.C.: "Three Years in North America" by James Stuart, 1833
Folder 94 – T.T.C.C.: William Gilmore Sinus, 1844
Folder 95 – T.T.C.C.: "A Second Visit to the United States of America" by Sir Charles Lyell, 1849
Folder 96 – T.T.C.C.: "Way-Side Glimpses, North and south" by Lillian Foster, 1855
Folder 97 – T.T.C.C.: James A. Davidson, 1836
Folder 98 – T.T.C.C.: "Journal of James A. Tait for the Year 1813"in G.H.Q., Vol. VIII, # 3, September 1924
Folder 99 – T.T.C.C.: "British Travelers among the Southern Indians, 1660-1763" by J. Ralph Randolph, 1973
Folder 100 – Creek War – 1836 + Notes (1835-1837)
Folder 101 – Creek War: "The Creek War of 1836" by Kenneth L. Valliere, in Ch. Of Oklahoma, Vol. LVII, # 4, winter 1979-80
Folder 102 – Creek War: "Six Indians Hanged" (see Martin, 2004)
     This folder contains: Notes – Newspaper Clippings.
Folder 103 – Creek War: David Francis – The Silversmith's Family, 1761
Folder 104 – Creek War: "The Exiles of Florida" "A Negro War" by Joshua R. Giddings, 1969
Folder 105 – Creek War: Georgian at Roanoke, Peter Brannon, 1835
Folder 106 – Creek War: "Ante-Bellum Thomas County, 1825-1861" by William W. Rogers
Folder 107 – Creek War: Miscellaneous, 2002
Folder 108 – Creek War: "Columbus on the Chattahoochee" by Etta Blanchard Worsley, 1951
Folder 109 – Creek War: "Inventory of the County Archives of Georgia" WPA, 1941
Folder 110 – Creek War: Chapter XVI
Folder 111 – Creek War: 1836 Indian War, Eyewitness Account
Folder 112 – Creek War: Creek Indian Wars On-Line, 2005
Folder 113 – Creek War: SB 512
Folder 114: Columbus Democrat, 1831
Folder 115 – Macon Advertiser, 1831
Folder 116 – Aiken's Digest, 1833
Folder 117 – "The Origins of the Industrial Revolution in Georgia: Cotton Textiles, 1810-1865" by Richard W. Griffin, in G.H.Q., Vol. XLII, # 4, December 1958
Folder 118 – "The Indian Tribes of North America" by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 1934

Box 2

Folder 1 – GA: "The Georgia Land Act of 1803" by Frederick B. Gates, G.H.Q., Land Lottery Info, 1998
Folder 2 – GA: "Georgia a Short History" by E. Merton Coulter, 1947
Folder 3 – GA: "The Georgia Militia and Their Activities in the Lesser War" by Coulter
Folder 4 – GA: "Land Lottery of Georgia, 1827", 6 March-25 May 1827
Folder 5 – GA: "Georgia's Great Seals"
Folder 6 – GA: "Journal of a Mission to Georgia in 1827" by James C. Bonner in G.H.Q., Vol. XLIV, # 1, March 1960
Folder 7 – GA: "History of Georgia" by Robert Preston Brooks, 1913
Folder 8 – GA: "A History of Georgia" by Lawton B. Evans, 1972
Folder 9 – GA: "Georgia through Two Centuries" by Warren Grice, 1978
Folder 10 – GA: Act to Keep Indians Out of SW GA, December 20, 1835
Folder 11 – GA: Code of Honor, 1914
Folder 12 – GA: "Columbus Sentinel": Suicide of John Coleman, 1837
Folder 13 – GA: Cadle
Folder 14 – GA: 1825 Land Lottery, 1825
Folder 15 – GA: Georgia Land Lotteries – Graham
Folder 16 – GA: "The Beginning of Cotton Cultivation in Georgia" by Nichol Turnbull, 1799, G.H.Q., Vol. 1, # 1, March 1917
Folder 17 – GA: "The South Still Gropes in Eli Withney's Shadow" by Thomas Gray, Jr., G.H.Q., Vol. XX, # 4, December 1936
Folder 18 – Current: R. Illustrations and Photos
Folder 19 – Current: R. John Hogan Portrait
Folder 20 – Current: Creek Land for Sale – Enquirer, September 14, 1837
Folder 21 – Current: "Racism in Red and Black" by Mary Young, G.H.Q., Vol. LXXIII, # 3, Fall 1989
Folder 22 – Current: "Land Republicanism, and Indians" by David A. Nichols, G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXV, # 2, summer 2001
Folder 23 – Current: "Creeks be Downtown Columbus" by James S. Lamar's Memory (Excellent)
Folder 24 – Current: Life of Early 19th Century Lawyer, 1931
     This folder contains: "The Life of the Georgia Lawyer Prior to the Establishment of the Supreme Court" by Warren Grice, The Georgia Bench and Bar, 1931.
Folder 25 – Current: "Land, Law, and Politics on the Tombigbee Frontier, 1804" by Alan V. Briceland, in Alabama Review, Vol. 33, # 2, April 1980
Folder 26 – Current: Timeline of Alabama History, 2004
Folder 27 – Current: "Georgia, a Short History in Migration and Land Speculation" by E. Merton Coulter, 1947
Folder 28 – Current: Land Speculators in the Public Domain, 2004
Folder 29 – GA Counties: "History of Baldwin County, Georgia" by Anna Maria Green Cook – Lafayette in Milledgeville, 1925
Folder 30 – GA Counties: Stewart County
Folder 31 – GA Counties: Georgia Counties in 1824
Folder 32 – GA Counties: Baker County, GA, 1993
     This folder contains: "The History of Baker County, Georgia" Compiled by the Baker County Historical Society, April 27, 1993.
Folder 33 – GA Counties: Brooks County, GA, 1948
     This folder contains: "The History of Brooks County Georgia" by Folks Huxford, 1948.
Folder 34 – GA Counties: Chattahoochee County, GA, 1933
     This folder contains: "History of Chattahoochee County, Georgia" by N.K. Rogers, 1933.
Folder 35 – GA Counties: Coweta County, GA, 1928
     This folder contains: "A History of Coweta County", compiled by Mary G. Jones and Lily Reynolds, 1928.
Folder 36 – GA Counties: Carroll County, GA, 1826
     This folder contains: "Georgia's Last Frontier, the Development of Carroll County" by James C. Bonner.
Folder 37 – GA Counties: Dougherty County, GA, 1978
     This folder contains: "History and Reminiscence of Dougherty County, Georgia" Compiled by Members of Thronateeska Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1978.
Folder 38 – GA Counties: Early County, GA, 2009
Folder 39 – GA Counties: Harris County, GA, 2009
Folder 40 – GA Counties: Lee County, GA (Roanoke), 2009
Folder 41 – GA Counties: Muscogee County, GA
Folder 42 – GA Counties: Marion County, GA, 2009
Folder 43 – GA Counties: Randolph County, GA, December 18, 1832
     This folder contains: "A Source Book on the Early History of Cuthbert and Randolph County, Georgia" by Annette McDonald Suarez, 1982.
Folder 44 – GA Counties: Troup County, GA, 2009
Folder 45 – GA Counties: Talbot County, GA, 2009
Folder 46 – GA Counties: "A History of Columbus, Georgia, 1828-1928" by Nancy Telfair, 1828-1928
Folder 47 – GA Counties: Towns, 2009/2010
Folder 48 – Lafayette: "Lafayette in Alabama" by Peter Bounnon
Folder 49 – Lafayette: "History of Lamar County (Lafayette Slept Here!)", 1932
Folder 50 – Lafayette: "Lafayette: Hero of Two World" by Olivier Bernier, 1983
Folder 51 – Lafayette: Gottschalk, Lafayette Comes to America, 1935
Folder 52 – Lafayette: Lafayette at Fort Benning, 2006
Folder 53 – Lafayette: Columbus Times: Lafayette and Gov. Troups, 1/22/1950
Folder 54 – Lafayette: "Lafayette's Tour of Georgia" by Martha L. Turner in G.H.Q., Vol. LXVIII, # 4, winter 1984
Folder 55 – Lafayette: "Across Georgia with Lafayette" by John H. Goff
Folder 56 – Lafayette: "Lafayette in Georgia" by Gladys Lowther Tolnas, July 25, 1935
Folder 57 – Lafayette: "Lafayette Guest of the Nation" by Edgar E. Brandon, 1950
Folder 58 – Lafayette: "The Marquis and the Myth: Lafayette's Visit to Alabama, 1825" by Tennant S. McWilliams, in Alabama Review, Vol. 22, # 2, April 1969
Folder 59 – Lafayette: Isaac Smith – Mission, 1877
Folder 60 – Lafayette: Georgia Patriot: Lafayette Visits Milledgeville, 1825
Folder 61 – Lafayette: Reference Notes on Lafayette's Tour of Georgia
Folder 62 – Lafayette: "Lafayette's Visit to Alabama" by Peter A. Brannon (April 1825), 1955
Folder 63 – Lafayette: "General Lafayette's Visit to Alabama in 1825", in A.H.Q., Vol. 14, # 1&2, 1952
Folder 64 – Lafayette: "A Wilderness Still the Cradle of Nature" by Edward J. Cashin, 1994
Folder 65 – Lafayette: "Lafayette in America" by A. Levasseur, 1829

 

Series 4 – Indian Removal

Box 1

Folder 1 – Removal Debate: Thomas Loraine McKenney, 1826
Folder 2 – Removal Debate: "Thomas L. McKenney and the New-York Indian Board" p.118-119, 1981
     This folder contains: "Indian Policy in the United States Historical Essays" by Francis Paul Prucha, 1981.
Folder 3 – Removal Debate: Senator Robert H. Adams of Mississippi (1792-1830)
Folder 4 – Removal Debate: Jeremiah Evarts (1781-1831)
     This folder contains: "Cherokee Removal, The 'William Penn' Essays and Other Writings" by Jeremiah Evarts.
Folder 5 – Removal Debate: Barbour's Removal Plans, February 3-6, 1826
Folder 6 – Removal Debate: "Great American Desert" by Joshua A. Gagnon
Folder 7 – Removal Debate: Theodore Frelinghuysen
Folder 8 – Removal Debate: Webster-Hayne Debate, January 26, 1830
Folder 9 – Removal Debate: House Debate on the Removal Bill: Storrs and Lumpkin May 15, 26, 1830
Folder 10 – Removal Debate: Senate Debate, Gales and Seaton, Frelinghuysen and Forsyth, 1830
Folder 11 – Removal Debate: Jedidiah Morse (1761-1826)
Folder 12 – Removal Debate: Sen. Peleq Sprague, p. 343-357, April 16, 1830
Folder 13 – Removal Debate: Washington City
Folder 14 – Removal Debate: 21st United States Congress, 1831
Folder 15 – Removal Debate: Alabama Sen. John McKinley (1780-1852)
Folder 16 – Removal Debate: Governor Clement Clay of Alabama (1789-1866)
Folder 17 – Removal Debate: U.S. Serial St. Index, 1st and 14th Congress
Folder 18 – Removal Bill Debates – "Memoirs of the Life of William Wirt" by John P. Kennedy, 1850
Folder 19 – Tuck and Pole Cat Spring Proclamations, 1824
Folder 20 – Letters Originals from G.D.A.H., 1836
Folder 21 – Removal: Letters – Government Correspondence, 1827-1837
Folder 22 – "Fort Benning – The Land and the People" by Sharyn Kane and Richard Keeton
Folder 23 – J.C. Calhoun Proposes Abolishing Indian Factories, December 5, 1818
Folder 24 – McIntosh: Murder of William McIntosh-Coulter
Folder 25 – McIntosh: Letter from Little Prince, Chilly McIntosh, Wm. McIntosh, Opothe Yoholo and Hopoy Hadgo to US Officials, December 11, 1824
Folder 26 – McIntosh: Documents on Murder of McIntosh, February 17, 1825
Folder 27 – McIntosh: "The McIntoshes" by John B. Meserve, in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 10, # 3, September 1932
Folder 28 – McIntosh:" Wm. McIntosh" by T. L. McKenney and James Hall, 1933
Folder 29 – McIntosh: Boston Recorder, 1924
Folder 30 – McIntosh: William McIntosh, 1780
Folder 31 – McIntosh: "Wm. McIntosh" by A.K. Frank, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXVI, # 1, spring 2002
Folder 32 – McIntosh: "General William McIntosh" by A.J. Pickett, 1854
Folder 33 – McIntosh: "Montgomery Land Office Records and Military Warrants" (1834-1869), Indian Deeds, by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1991
Folder 34 – McIntosh: "United States Land Offices in Alabama 1803-1820" A.H.Q., Vol. 17, # 3
Folder 35 – McIntosh: "Tustunugee Hutkee and Creek Factionalism on the Georgia-Alabama Frontier" by James C. Bonner, 1957
Folder 36 – McIntosh: Francis Flournoy Describes McIntosh Execution, May 16, 1825
Folder 37 – McIntosh: McIntosh Hesitates on Surveys, April 6, 1825
Folder 38 – Bevan's Report
     This folder contains: "Joseph Vallence Bevan, Georgia's First Official Historian" by E. Merton Coulter.
Folder 39 – Civilization Plan for Schools ($ 10,000), 1820
Folder 40 – "Creek Trading House" by Ray H. Mattison, G.H.Q., Vol. XXX, 1946
Folder 41 – Senate Resolves to Allow Pres. to Exchange lands with Indians, January 1817
Folder 42 – Knox's Civilization Plan, 1789
Folder 43 – "The Mississippi Territorial Land Board East of the Pearl River, 1804" by Alan V. Briceland, in The Alabama Review, Vol. 22, # 1, 1979
Folder 44 – Creek Research
Folder 45 – "What Indians?" Speech
Folder 46 – Creeks, Seminoles, Miscellaneous, February 26, 1850
Folder 47 – Research Assistance, 1976
Folder 48 – "The Federal Road, Gateway to Alabama" by Henry Deleon Southerland, Jr., in The Alabama Review, Vol. 39, # 2, April 1986
Folder 49 – "The Creek Frauds: A Study in Conscience and Corruption" by Mary E. Young, 1955
Folder 50 – "Sequoyah Research Center" on Web under Indian Removal, 1830-1849
Folder 51 – Monmouth Disaster, November 13, 1837
Folder 52 – Removal: Deaths at Mobile Point, June 15, 1848
Folder 53 – Creek Removal: North Little Rock Site NPS Document, Amanda Paige, June 15, 2003
     This folder contains: "The North Little Rock Site on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail: Historical Contexts Report" by Amanda L. Paige, Fuller L. Bumpers, and Daniel F. Littlefield, June 15, 2003.
Folder 54 – Indians Doing Well in the New Home! CS, May 16, 1848
Folder 55 – Monmouth Disaster – Lloyd, 1837
Folder 56 – Late Removal, 1890-1891
Folder 57 – Overview PBS, 1814-1858
Folder 58 – Ispahihtca's Migration, 1842-1912
Folder 59 – Correspondence, August 26, 2001
Folder 60 – Expenses 02
Folder 61 – Siah Hicks Interview, 1937
Folder 62 – Elsie Edwards Interview "Sin-e-cha" Song, 1937
Folder 63 – Dale Cox Material
Folder 64 – "The Origins of Indian Removal, 1815-1824" by Reginald Horseman, 1969
Folder 65 – June 1829 Immigration Party, 1829
Folder 66 – Removal Chronology
Folder 67 – Library of Congress Info on Indian Removal, 1830
Folder 68 – Edward Deas – Notes on Removal Party, 1837
Folder 69 – Sequoyah Research Center – Removals through Arkansas – (Essential), 1830-1849
Folder 70 – "The Effects of Removal on American Indian Tribes" by Clara S. Kidwell, 12/31/2003
Folder 71 – C & G: Cherokee Tragedy
Folder 72 – C & G: "Cherokee of the Old South" by Henry T Malone, February 13, 1957
Folder 73 – C & G: Worcester v. the State of Georgia, 1832
Folder 74 – C & G: "The Cherokee Nation vs. the State of Georgia, 1831
Folder 75 – C & G: Cherokee Litigation vs. Georgia, 1832
Folder 76 – C & G: "Myths of the Cherokee and Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees" by James Mooney, 1972
Folder 77 – C & G: Removal of the Cherokees, Coulter
Folder 78 – C & G: "The Removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia" by Wilson Lumpkin, 1827-1841
Folder 79 – C & G: "First Settlers of Upper Georgia" by George R. Gilmer, 1965
Folder 80 – Juanillo's Revolt (1597) in G.H.Q., Vol. 7, # 1, P. 44-53, March 1923
Folder 81 – "A Sermon Preached Before the Trustees" by Samuel Smith, 1731
Folder 82 – The royal Proclamation of October 7, 1763
Folder 83 – "A Curious Account of the Indians" (Oglethorpe)
Folder 84 – "John Wesley' Sojourn in Georgia Revisited" by D.T. Morgan, 1980
Folder 85 – Colonial Letters – G.R.Q., Vol. 20
Folder 86 – Georgia Charter – C.R.G, Vol. 1, Copy, June 9, 1732
Folder 87 – A.R.C. Materials
Folder 88 – Alabama Indian Material

Box 2

Folder 1 – Indians in Alabama Moundville, Research Materials
Folder 2 – Joyce Bear Correspondence, 2003
Folder 3 – Benjamin Hawkins Estate G. Books (Where are the Slaves?), 2004
Folder 4 – "Among the Creeks" On-Line, 2005
Folder 5 – Bosomworth Papers – Copies from the G.H.S.
Folder 6 – "Some New Light on the Bosomworth Claims" by john Pitts Corry, in G.H.Q., Vol. XXV, # 3, September 1941
Folder 7 – Miscellaneous
Folder 8 – "Count von Zinzendorf's Letter to King Tomochichi" by George F. Jones, 2002
Folder 9 – Notes and Collections – G.H.S.
Folder 10 – "The Green Corn Dance" by John R. Swanton in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 10, # 2, June 1932
Folder 11 – Hawkins' Letters, Journals, Sketches, 1790s
Folder 12 – "Benjamin Hawkins, the First Modern Indian Agent" by Frank L. Owsley, Jr., in A.H.Q., Vol. 30, # 2, summer 1968
Folder 13 – "Benjamin Hawkins' Trip through 1796&1798 Alabama" by Marion R. Hemperley, in A.H.Q., Vol. 31, # 3, spring, summer 1969
Folder 14 – Albert J. Pickett – Chapter XII, 2003
Folder 15 – "Early History of the Creek Indians" by Ohland Morton, in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 9, # 1, March 1931
Folder 16 – Oklahoma Creeks, 1867-1907
Folder 17 – Oklahoma Map, 2003/2004
Folder 18 – The Inter-Tribal Council of the 5 Civilized Tribes", 1998
Folder 19 – NAGPRA Contacts, 2003
Folder 20 – Dawes Severalty Act, 1890
Folder 21 – Oklahoma Historical Society, 2003
Folder 22 – "Nairne's Muskhogean Journals, the 1708 Expedition to the Mississippi River", edited by Alexander Moore, 1988
Folder 23 – "Christian Priber's Cherokee Kingdom of Paradise" by Knox Mellon Jr., in G.H.Q., Vol. LVII, # 3, Fall 1973
Folder 24 – "The Fort Mims Massacre" by Frank L. Owsley, Jr., in The Alabama Review, Vol. 24, # 3, July 1971
Folder 25 – Fort Mims, 2005
Folder 16 – "The Road to Fort Mims: Judge Harry Toulmin's Observation on the Creek War, 1811-1813" by Leland L. Lengel, in The Alabama Review, Vol. 29, # 1, January 1976
Folder 27 – "Tecumseh's Visits to the Creeks" by Mary Jane McDaniel, in The Alabama Review, Vol. 33, # 1, January 1980
Folder 28 – "Council Government and the Genesis at the Creek War" by Douglas Barber, in The Alabama Review, Vol. 38, # 3, July 1985
Folder 29 – "Creek Indians and Jonathan Bryan" by Alan Gallay, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXIII, # 2, summer 1989
Folder 30 – "Tomochichi's Trip to England" by Julie Anne Sweet, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXVI, # 3, fall 2002
Folder 31 – "South East Native American Research" (Not Very Helpful), 2004
Folder 32 – Time Line of colonial Georgia, 2003
Folder 33 – "Legend of the Tie – Snakes" by Rev. J.J. Methvin in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 5, # 4, December 1927
Folder 34 – Miscellaneous Letters, Chief Complains Concerning Indian Depredations, 1788
Folder 35 – "A Voyage to Georgia" by Francis Moore, 1735
Folder 36 – "Red Men" of Georgia
Folder 37 – "Excavations at Four Sites on Walton F. George Lake, Alabama and Georgia" by Tim S. Mistovich and Vernon James Knight, Jr., December 1986
Folder 38 – Savannah Expenses, 2004
Folder 39 – "A Summary View of the Rights of British America" Jefferson
Folder 40 – Letters from Henry Ellis to Head Men of the Creeks, 1760
Folder 41 – Complaint from Mad Pog to Gov. J. Gee over Death of His Son, 1791
Folder 42 – "The Memorabilia Corner" Microfilm, 2004
Folder 43 – "The Wofford Settlement on the Georgia Frontier" by Carl Flowers, Jr., in G.H.Q.,, Vol. LXI, # 3, fall 1977
Folder 44 – Great Comet of 1811, 2005
Folder 45 – "Tecumseh and the Creek Indian War of 1813-1814 in North Georgia" by Susan K. Barnard and Grace M. Schwartzman, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXII, # 3, fall 1998
Folder 46 – The New Madrid Earthquake, 2004
Folder 47 – "Night Attack at Calabee Creek" by Thomas G. Rodgers, 2004
Folder 48 – "Tecumseh – Fort Mims" by Albert J. Pickett, 2005
Folder 49 – Treaty of Fort Jackson, August 9, 1814
Folder 50 – "The Red Stick War" by Arthur H. Hall, in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 12, # 3, September 1934
Folder 51 – War 1812 Bibliography: Includes Horseshoe Bend, 1812
Folder 52 – The Deposition of Samuel Moniac, 1812
Folder 53 – "The Spanish Missions of Georgia" – "Juanillo Revolt" by John Tate Lanning (Indirect Quote), 1597
Folder 54 – Chambers County, Alabama – "Black Dutch and Melungeun", 1832
Folder 55 – Moravian Bishop August Gottlieb Spangenberg's Letters from Savannah, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXII, # 1, spring 1998, 82(1) – 84-120 + "The Moravians in Georgia", 1735
Folder 56 – Some Account of the Designs of the Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America
Folder 57 – Society for Immigration – Letters, December 12, 1789
Folder 58 – "Oglethorpe's Plan of Savannah" by Mark Reinberger, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXI, # 4, winter 1997
Folder 59 – "Historian's Views on Early Georgia" by Julie Anne Sweet, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXV, # 3, fall 2001
Folder 60 – Tomochichi's Trip to England-Notes, 1834 – "Bearing Feathers of the Eagle: Tomochichi's Trip to England" by Julie Anne Sweet, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXXVI, # 3,     Fall  2002
Folder 61 – "Slavery in the Yearly Sermons before the Georgia Trustees" by James R. Hertzler-59(sup): 122-124, in G.H.Q.
Folder 62 – Anne – Christie's Diary – G.H.Q.
Folder 63 – "The Genesis of Georgia Reviewed" by Albert B. Saye, in G.H.Q., Vol. L, # 1, March 1966
Folder 64 – "American Participation in the War of Jenkin's Ear" by John Tate Lanning, in G.H.Q., Vol. X, # 3, September 1927
Folder 65 – "Myths of Mary Musgrove" by Rodney M. Baine, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXVI, # 2, summer 1992
Folder 66 – Miscellaneous Colonial Records etc...
Folder 67 – Indian Exports from Georgia Colony, 1733-1740
Folder 68 – "Spanish Resistance to the Carolina Traders in Western Georgia" 1680-1704, by Herbert E. Bolton, in G.H.Q., Vol. IX, # 2, June 1925
Folder 69 – List of the Early Settlers of Georgia, 1949
Folder 70 – "Indian slaves in Colonial Georgia" by Rodney M. Baine, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXXIX, #2, summer 1995
Folder 71 – "Early Indian Relations with Georgia" by Kenneth Coleman, 1976
Folder 72 -- 1st Act by Georgia General Assembly, G.D.A.H., 1755
Folder 73 – Letters: Oglethorpe's Georgia (3 Letters have been Edited), 1733
Folder 74 – Presents for Malachi, 1749
Folder 75 – C.R.G. Volume 29
Folder 76 – "The Indian Trade Policy of the Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America" by H.B. Fant, in G.H.Q., Vol. XV, # 3, September 1931
Folder 77 – "Oglethorpe: A Study of Philanthropy in England and Georgia" by Leslie F. Church, 1932
Folder 78 – Ranger's Report – Includes Copy from G.H.S.
Folder 79 – John Wesley's Journal – Copied in the G.H.S. in Savannah, July 1736
Folder 80 – "John Wesley's Sojourn in Georgia Revisited" by David T. Morgan, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXIV, # 3, fall 1980
Folder 81 – "When John Wesley Preached in Georgia" by E. Merton Coulter, in G.H.Q., 1923?
Folder 82 – Ingham and Wesley's Letters – Indians – Vol. 21, C.R.G., 1735-1737
Folder 83 – Oglethorpe's Letters to Trustees Concerning Indians – Copied from G.H.S., 1733
Folder 84 – Oglethorpe Letters
Folder 85 – Federal Instructions to the Commissioners for Treating with the Creeks, 1789
Folder 86 – Land in Colonial Georgia, 1917
Folder 87 – "Religious Development of Georgia" by James Ross McCain, 1917
Folder 88 – Bagley William – Indian Stories
Folder 89 – "Indian Stream-Names in Georgia" by William A. Read – Parts I and II in International Journal of American Linguistics, 1949 and 1950
Folder 90 – Milledgeville and Georgia Newspapers
Folder 91 – Chekilli Paper 1735 – "Mississippian Ritual" by Vernon J. Knight, Jr., 1981

Series 5 – Draft

Box 1

Folder 1 – Research Papers – 1565-1783 and Notes
Folder 2 – Indian Removal, 1783-1792
Folder 3 – "A Contest for land: The Creek Indians on the Southern Frontier, 1796-1816" by Robbie Franklyn Ethridge (Thesis Part I), November 18, 1996
Folder 4 – "A Contest for Land: The Creek Indians on the Southern Frontier, 1796-1816" by Robbie Franklyn Ethridge (Thesis Part II)), November 18, 1996
Folder 5 – Draft, 1811-1822
Folder 6 – 1815 to 1850
Folder 7 – Capers – Crowell Controversy and Asbury Mission, 1821
Folder 8 – 1824 (January 6 1824-February 8, 1825)
Folder 9 – Letters, Papers, etc... Relating to the Controversy between Gov. M. Troup and Agent Crowell with Commentary by Gen. Gaines (Part I), 1825
Folder 10 – Letters, Papers, etc... Relating to the Controversy between Gov. M. Troup and Agent Crowell with Commentary by Gen. Gaines (Part II), 1825
Folder 11 – 2nd Treaty of Washington, 1826
Folder 12 – Removal Documents and Notes, 1826-1829
Folder 13 – Research Documents and Notes, 1830
Folder 14 – Computer Files from 1830 to 1836
Folder 15 – Research Papers and Notes, 1831
Folder 16 – Research Papers and Notes, 1832
Folder 17 – Research Papers and Notes, 1833
Folder 18 – 1833, January 5, 1833 – October 1833
Folder 19 – 1833, October 14, 1833 – December 31, 1833
Folder 20 – 1833 Emigration

Box 2

Folder 1 – Notes, 1834
Folder 2 – 1834, January 4, 1834 – December 18, 1834
Folder 3 – 1834 – Emigrating Parties
Folder 4 – Notes, 1835
Folder 5 – 1835, January 6, 1835 – April 1835
Folder 6 – 1835, Enquirer Parties
Folder 7 – 1835, May 1835 – December 31, 1835
Folder 8 – Computer files from May '36 to 1840s
Folder 9 – Notes, 1836 – I
Folder 10 – 1836 – II
Folder 11 – 1836, April 3, 1836 – May 17, 1836 – III
Folder 12 – 1836, May 19, 1836 – July 9, 1836 – IV
Folder 13 – 1836, July 11, 1836 – December 31, 1838 – V
Folder 14 – 1836 – Emigration Parties
Folder 15 – Removal Chronology, 1836
Folder 16 – 1837 – I
Folder 17 – 1837 – II
Folder 18 – 1837 – III
Folder 19 – 1837 – IV
Folder 20 – Removal Research – "History of Montgomery/Alabama, 1817-1846" by Clanton Ware Williams (Thesis), May 29, 1938
Folder 21 – "The Removal of Creek Indians from the Southeast, 1825-1838" by Christopher D. Haveman (Dissertation), August 10, 2009 – I
Folder 22 – "The Removal of Creek Indians from the Southeast, 1825-1838" by Christopher D. Haveman (Dissertation), August 10, 2009 – II

Series 6 – The Creeks

Box 1

Folder 1 – "The Introduction of African Slavery into the Creek Indian Nation" by Martha Condray Searcy, in G.H.Q., Vol. LXVI, # 1, spring 1982
Folder 2 – "Laws of the Creek Nation" by Antonio J. Waring, 1960
Folder 3 – "Early History of the Creek Indians" by Ohland Morton in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 9, # 1, March 1831
Folder 4 – "Creek Leaders" by McKenney and Hall (Vol. 2)
Folder 5 – Hoboheilthlee Micco's Letter to the President of United States, May 15, 1811
Folder 6 – Neamathla, 1823
Folder 7 – Indian Chiefs, 2005
Folder 8 – "Chief Opothleyahola" by John Bartlett Meserve in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 9, # 4, December 1931
Folder 9 – Important Creeks after Removal: "Chief Samuel Checote, with Sketches of Chiefs Locher Harjo and Ward Coachman" by John Bartlett Meserve, in Chronicles of       Oklahoma, Vol. 16, # 4, December 1938
Folder 10 – "Alexander McGillivray, Emperor of the Creeks" by Carolyn Thomas Foreman in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 7, # 1, March 1929
Folder 11 – "Alexander McGillivray: Training for Leadership, 1777-1783" by J.H. O'Donnell, in G.H.Q., Vol.XLIX, # 2, June 1965
Folder 12 – "Historical Sketch of Col. Samuel Checote, One Chief of the Creek Nation" by O.A. Lambert, in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 4, # 3, September 1926
Folder 13 – Bio Jim Boy or Tustennuggee Emathla – On Line Magazine (be suspect), 2004
Folder 14 – "Chief Pleasant Porter" by John Bartlett Meserve in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 9, # 3, September 1931
Folder 15 – "Chief Isparhecher" by John Bartlett Meserve, in Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 10, # 1, March 1932
Folder 16 – "The Beginnings of the Creeks" by Samuel T. Schnell, 1989
Folder 17 – Texas Creeks
Folder 18 – Pickett, Albert, James – National Growth, 1962
Folder 19 – Creek Trading Paths, June 1955
Folder 20 – "The Destruction of Muscogee Autonomy before the Creek War" by Adam Olivier, 2003
Folder 21 – "Middle Georgia Creek Indian Trails" by Don Wells, 2011
Folder 22 – 1842 Census Creek nation, 2006
Folder 23 – Bibliography – Research
Folder 24 – "A Creek Indian Bibliography (On Line)" by Anne E. Gometz, 2003