Campbell served as Governor Clement C. Clay's aide-de-camp during the Second Creek War. In the letter he discusses the progress of the war, reporting that some of the Creek allies "have all quit and gone home, refusing to fight alone the battles of...
In the letter Clay discusses a recent meeting with thirteen Creek chiefs, including Hopothlo Yoholo: "I had several talks with them, and amongst other things, learn from them that a large number of the upper towns are anxious to emigrate, and that...
In the letter Walker argues that the removal of the Creek Indians has been delayed by the chief Hopoethleyahola (Opothleyaholo) and not by the merchants who have been contracted to provide them with supplies for their journey: "we have agents...
In the letter Clay discusses the progress of the Creek War in Alabama, describing campaigns, troop movements, and expenses. He mentions recent discussions with Opothleyaholo ("Hopothle Yoholo"), a friendly Creek chief, regarding the cause of the...
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