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    • Letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton.

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    • McGillivray lived at Hickory Ground (in present-day Wetumpka, Alabama). He was a trader and also worked as a messenger for Alexander McGillivray. A transcript is included.
    • Q47715 - Q47716
    • Letter from Daniel McGillivray to John Forbes.

    • 1790
    • McGillivray lived at Hickory Ground (in present-day Wetumpka, Alabama). He was a trader and also worked as a messenger for Alexander McGillivray. The letter is not signed, but it is in McGillivray's handwriting. A transcript is included.
    • Q47701 - Q47702
    • Letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton.

    • 1798 May 7
    • McGillivray lived at Hickory Ground (in present-day Wetumpka, Alabama). He was a trader and also worked as a messenger for Alexander McGillivray. A transcript is included.
    • Q47703 - Q47706
    • Letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton.

    • 1798 July
    • McGillivray lived at Hickory Ground (in present-day Wetumpka, Alabama). He was a trader and also worked as a messenger for Alexander McGillivray. A transcript is included.
    • Q47707 - Q47708
    • Letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton.

    • 1800 May 6
    • McGillivray lived at Hickory Ground (in present-day Wetumpka, Alabama). He was a trader and also worked as a messenger for Alexander McGillivray. A transcript is included.
    • Q47709 - Q47711
    • Letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton.

    • 1800 May 9
    • McGillivray lived at Hickory Ground (in present-day Wetumpka, Alabama). He was a trader and also worked as a messenger for Alexander McGillivray. A transcript is included.
    • Q47712 - Q47714
    • Excerpt from VICISSITUDES IN THE WILDERNESS, the journal of Peggy Dow.

    • 1833
    • In the excerpt Peggy Dow discusses passing through present-day Alabama with her husband, Lorenzo, an itinerant preacher from Connecticut. She describes the landscape, accommodations, traveling conditions, and acquaintances met along the way. She...
    • Q12202 - Q12205

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