Noland served as a disbursing agent for the U.S. government during the Cherokee removal. In these passages he describes the landscape and waterways of Alabama and Georgia, commenting on the quality of the land and development opportunities; gives...
This section gives information from Colonel Jeremiah Austill, "in relation to the 'Canoe Fight' & other engagements in which he was concerned in the memorable years 1813, 1814." Austill's account includes sketches of relevant forts and waterways in...
In the first letter, dated Governor George M. Troup of Georgia addresses concerns (probably raised by John Murphy, governor of Alabama) about the locations of Indian towns that will be used as references when determining the boundary between the...
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