This section includes "Interesting Papers in relation to the Indian Hostilities in 1813-1814, the destruction of Fort Mims &c," which were found in the papers of General Ferdinand L. Claiborne. The documents were given to Pickett by Claiborne's...
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.
This section gives information from Judge A. F. Hopkins, "relating to his civil & political services in this state." Also included is a biographical sketch of John Williams Walker, written by Richard Henry Wilde of Georgia.
This section gives information from Mr. Byrne about the death of his father, who was killed by Indians at his home in 1814; it also discusses Reuben Kemper, who had attempted to occupy Mobile in 1810 while it was still under the control of Spain.
This section gives information from Doctor Thomas G. Holmes, "about the Kemper Party in Alabama in 1810 and other things." Reuben Kemper had attempted to occupy Mobile, which was then under the control of Spain.