James was a Scotsman living in the Choctaw nation in Noxubee County, Mississippi. In the letter he complains that Creek warriors have recently stolen horses from settlers: "I want you to put a stop to it as we want to keep in friendship." He...
The letter gives the Indians' response to the proclamation Clay issued to the Creek chiefs. They express disappointment at the behavior of the warring Indians but then describe their own amiable relations with white settlers, mentioning, however,...
This article from the Spartanburg Journal discusses the argument between South Carolina and Florida over the proper burial place for Chief Osceola's remains. It mentions that his skull was stolen from the grave and was once in the possession of Dr....
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