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  • Description: Wetumpka
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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
    • "An Old Man A Convict."

    • 1901 April 28
    • Letter from James Foster, a 68-year-old prisoner in Wetumpka, Alabama, to Governor W. J. Samford. In the letter Foster asks the governor to grant him parole. He acknowledges his guilt but argues that his good behavior makes him a worthy candidate...
    • Q21568
    • Numbers 181 through 180.

    • 1934 September 2 - 1935 January 13
    • The following articles are included: 161) "Old Sand Fort"; 162) "Crimson and White"; 163) "Good Hope Male and Female Academy"; 164) "Nathan Jackson, My Friend"; 165) "Lowndesborough"; 166) "Dayton in Marengo"; 167) "Hodgsons Manual of '71"; 168)...
    • Q56258 - Q56295

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