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Muscogee Creek Nation
Porch Band of Creek Indians
Among the Creek - Carol Middleton
Creek Indian Researcher - Lance Hall,
Spend some time here, you will be amazed at the
amount of information
Muscogee, A Study of the Creek Indians -
Muscogees or Creek Indians, 1519-1893
- Among the
Introduction to the Creek Nation
About North Georgia
Bibliography - Anne E. Gometz
Selected Creek Letters
1832 Creek Census - Rootsweb,
Some Creek Families and Friends -
Among the Creek
The Creek War -
Among the Creek
- Among the Creek
Second Creek War, 17 Letters, Alabama
Department of Archives & History
14 May 1825 - From Creek Chiefs to Alabama
Governor Pickens shortly after the murder of McIntosh,
Hawkins, and other signers of the Treaty of Indian
14 October 1835 - J. F. Schermerhorn to the
January 1836 - An Act Regulating Indian Affairs
17 October 1835 - J. F. Schermerhorn to the
26 October 1835 - Letter from the Cherokees to
the Governor of Alabama
30 December 1835 - J.F. Schermerhorn to Gov.
5 March 1836 - O.K. Truman to Gov. C.C. Clay,
30 May 1836 - Reply of the Oakfuskee tribe to
the proclamation of Gov. Clay
13 May 1836 - S. Galliher and others to Gov.
19 May 1836 - Major General Thomas J. Jesup to
Gov. C.C. Clay
1 June 1836 - Gov. C. C. Clay to Messrs J.W.A.
Sanford and Co.
2 June 1836 - Jno. J. Walker to Gov. C.C. Clay
21 June 1836 - Gov. C. C. Clay to "Sir"
December 1836 - to relieve the starving
condition of the friendly Indians
21 February 1837 - Gov. C. C. Clay to Col. John
30 March 1837 - Gov. C. C. Clay to Major Gen.
Thomas J. Jesup
17 April 1837 - Gov. C. C. Clay to Hon. J. R.
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- Tuscarora and Six Nations