Statement submitted to the United States House of Representatives, detailing the sale of public lands in the Alabama Territory between 1809 and 1818. The accompanying chart gives an annual report for each land office in the territory (Huntsville,...
In the report the commissioners describe the work they have overseen on the river, including a lock and dam that has been completed, which will "advance the growth of Milledgeville, ultimately add to the convenience & prosperity of the agricultural...
During the Civil War, Hall served in the 2nd and 3rd Alabama Cavalry. In the letter he discusses troop movements (specifically mentioning the travels of his brother, Charlie); the conditions in Milledgeville ("rather an inferior city to be the...
The letter requests that the members of the Georgia-Alabama Boundary Survey Commission ("charged with running the dividing line between the States of Georgia and Alabama") meet in Milledgeville the next month. A transcript is included.
In the letter Gilmer informs Blount that the state-owned slaves ("public hands") who are working for him on the Oconee River should be taken to Milledgeville, Georgia, where they will be put to work on "the improvement of the roads and rivers in...
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