The act attempts to control the activities of Indian traders because "a well regulated Indian Trade would be of the utmost advantage to the Commerce of Great Britain and for the benefit and safety of the British Colonies in America." It explains...
This section includes "very curious old" manuscripts, "being Bills of sale and other business papers made by the wealthy Creek Indians many years since." The documents were given to Pickett by Edward Hamrick of Montgomery.
Earles pleads not guilty to the charge of treason against the state of Alabama; he was indicted because of his close association with the Creek Indians in the eastern part of the state. Six witnesses provide statements about his acquaintance with...
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