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"Who Was Who Among the Southern Indians a Genealogical notebook, 1698-1907", by Don Martini

"The War of 1812 ", by Reginald Horseman, cpwt 1969

"The War of 1812", by John Mahon, cpwt 1972

"The War of 1812: A Short History", by Donald R. Hickey

"Bell's Bibliography"

Kindly contributed by William C. Bell


Author Title Publisher Place Date

1 ? Public Auction Sale of Indian Lands

2 Abel, Annie Heloise The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War. U. of Neb 1992

3 Abel, Annie Heloise The American Indians as Slave Holders & Sessionist U. of Neb 1992

4 Adair, James The History of the American Indians. 1775 London 1775

5 Atkin, Edmond. Indians of the Southern Colonial Frontier: The Edmond Atkin Report & Plan of 1755. Ed. by Wilbur Jacobs. Columbia, SC 1954

6 Atwater, Caleb ?

7 Ball, T. H. A Glance Into The Great South-East; Or, Clarke County, Alabama, & Its Surroundings From 1540 to 1877. Willo Publishing Co. Tuscaloosa, Al 1962

8 Bartram, William Travels through NC & SC, Ga, East & West Fla, the Cherokee country etc. Philadelph. 1791

9 Baynton, Benjamin. Authentic Memoirs of William Augustus Bowles, Esquire, Amb. from the United Nations of Creeks & Cherokees, to the Court of London. London 1791

10 Benedict, John D. Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma. 4 vols. S. J. Clarke Pub. Co Chicago 1922

11 Bossu, Jean Bernard Travels in the Interior of North America

12 Bourne, E. G., ed. De Sota Narratives. Published at New York in 1904 as part of Barnes' "Trail Makers" Series

13 Boyd, Mark F., Et. Al. Here They Once Stood: The Tragic End of the Apalachee Missions. Gainesville 1951

14 Brannon, Peter Alexander The Southern Indian Trade Paragon Press 1935

15 Brantley, Mary E. Early Settlers along the Old Federal Road in Monroe and Conecuh Counties, Ala. Gateway Press 1976

16 Braund, Kathryn Holland Deerskins and Duffels: Creek Indian Trade with Anglo-America, 1685- 1815. U. Neb 1993

17 Brinton, D. G. National Legend of the Chahta-Muskokee Tribes. Morrisiana New York 1870

18 Buckner, H. C. Creek Grammar

19 Bushnell, David I. Bulletin 69, Native Villages and Village Sites East of the Mississippi

20 Butler, John C. Historical Record of Macon and Central Ga. Macon, Ga 1879

21 Calder, Isabel M. Colonial Captivities, Marches and Journeys Macmillan New York 1935

22 Calloway, Colin G. The American Revolution in Indian Country.

23 Campbell, Marjorie Wilkins. McGillivray, Lord of the Northwest. Clarke, Irwin Toronto 1962

24 Cashin, Edward J. Lachlan McGillivray, Indian Trader: Shaping of Southern Colonial Indian Frontier U. of Georgia Press 1992

25 Cashin, Edward J. The King's Ranger U. of Ga Press Athens 1989

26 Catlin, George Illustrations of the Manners and Customs of the North American Indians (reprint)

27 Catlin, George Letters & Notes on the Manners, Customs & Conditions of the North American Indians, 2 vols.

28 Caughey, John W. McGilivray of the Creeks. Norman,Okla 1959

29 Chapman, George Chief William McIntosh, A man of Two Worlds

30 Chepesiuk, Ronald & A. Shankman American Indian Archival Material: A Guide to Holdings in the Southeast, 1982.

31 Claibourne, John Francis Hamtramck Life and Times of Sam Dale, The Mississippi Partisan Harper & Brothers 1860

32 Clayton, Lawrence A. et. al. The DeSoto Chronicles U of Ala

33 Coker, William S. & T.D. Watson Indian Traders of the Southeastern Borderlands Gainesville 1985

34 Compere, Lee, Rev. Baptist Missionary Board (Trans. of the Am. Antiquarian Soc.) mostly words and phrases in Creek & English. Antiquarian Society MA 1836

35 Corkran, David The Creek Frontier 1540-1783., Okla 1967

36 Cosentino, Andrew J. The Paintings of Charles Bird King (1785-1862)

37 Cotterill, R. S. The Southern Indians: The Story of the Civilized Tribes before Removal. U. of Okla Press 1954

38 Crane, Verner W. The Southern Frontier, 1670-1732 U. of Mich.1956

39 Crawford, James M. Ed. Studies in Southeastern Indian Languages. Athens, Ga. 1975

40 Cromer, Marie West Modern Indians of Alabama: Remnants of the Removal S. University Press 1984

41 Cunningham, Frank. General Stand Watie's Confederate Indians. Naylor Co. San Antonio 1959

42 Debo, Angie The Road to Disappearance Norman, OK 1967

43 Debo, Angie. The Five Civilized Tribes. Philadelphia 1951

44 Debo, Angie. Tulsa: From Creek Town to Oil Capital. Norman 1943

45 Deloria, Vine, Jr. Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties.

46 Dobysn, Henry F. Their Number Become Thinned: Native American Population Dynamics in Eastern North America. Knoxville 1983

47 Doherty, Herbert J., Jr. Richard Keith Call: Southern Unionist U of Fl press 1961

48 Doster, James F. The Creek Indians & their Florida Lands 1740-1823, Vol II, (1 of 4 vols. on Creeks & Cherokees) Galand Publishing NY 1974

49 Dow, Lorenzo The Dealings of God, Man and the Devil. Applegate Cincinnati 1857

50 Dow, Lorenzo The Life and Times of Lorenzo Dow

51 Dow, Peggy The Vicissitudes in the Wilderness, the Journal of Peggy Dow Applegate Cincinnati 1859

52 Driesbach, J.D. Letter to Lyman Draper--Draper Manuscripts, Vol 1 Series V, Ga., Ala, & S.C. Papers, DAR Archives in D.C.

53 Eaton, John Henry, Comp. Returns of Killed and Wounded in Battles or Engagements with the Indians, British, and Mexican Troops, 1790-1848. Compiled in 1850-51.

54 Eaton, John Henry. The Life of Andrew Jackson, Major-General in the Service of the United States: ........ S. F. Bradford Philadelphia 1824

55 Edmunds, R. David, Ed. Studies in Diversity: American Indian Leaders U. of Neb. Press 1980

56 Eggleston, George C. Red Eagle and the Wars of the Creek Indians.

57 Ellicott, Andrew The Journal of Andrew Ellicott, Late commissioner on behalf of the US during the yr 1796,1797-99, & part of the yr 1800. Philadelphia 1814

58 F. von Reck ? (Title unknown, may relate to Creeks)

59 Fairbanks, C. Herron & J. H. Goff Cherokee and Creek Indians. Garland Publishing New York 1974

60 Fairbanks, Charles H. Ethnohistorical Report on the Florida Indians Garland Publishing NY 1974

61 Farquhar, Thomas M. The History of the Bowles Family.... Philadelphia 1907

62 Fitzgerald, Thomas K. Ed. Social and Cultural Identity: Problems of Persistence and Change. Athens 1974

63 Foreman, Grant Indian Removal: The Emigration of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians

64 Foreman, Grant The Five Civilized Tribes Okla 1934

65 Foreman, Grant. Indians & Pioneers: The Story of the American Southwest before 1830. Rev. ed. U of Ok Press Norman 1936

66 French, B. F. Historical Collections of Louisiana. (contains a translation of Biedma)

67 Fundaburk, Emma L. (ed.) Southeastern Indians: Life Portraits; a cat. of Pictures, 1564-1860.

68 Gatshet, Albert S. A Migration Legend of the Creek Indians

69 Grayson, G.W., Ed. W. David Baird A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: Autobiography of Chief G.W. Grayson. U. of Okla. Press 1988

70 Green, Michael D. The Creeks: A Critical Bibliography. Indiana U Press Bloomington 1979

71 Green, Michael D. The Politics of Indian Removal, Creek Government & Society in Crisis U. Nebraska Press 1982

72 Griffith, Benjamin W. Jr. McIntosh & Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders

73 Hakluyt, Richard The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation.

74 Halbert, Henry S & T. H. Ball The Creek War of 1813 and 1814 U. Ala 1969 (originally published in 1895. In reprint from the University of AL Press) text on this site

75 Hamilton, Peter J. Colonial Mobile (1519-1820), reprint 2 vols. 1910

76 Hand, Richard A. A Bookman's Guide to the Indians of the Americas

77 Hargrett, Lester A Bibliography of the Constitution and Laws of the American Indians

78 Harris, Walter A. Here the Creeks Sat Down. J. W. Burke Macon, Ga 1958

79 Hawkins, Benjamin Letters, Journals, and Writings of Benjamin Hawkins. Ed. by C.L. Grant., 2 Vols. Savanna 1980

80 Henri, Florette The Southern Indians and Benjamin Hawkins 1796-1816. U. of Okla. Press 1986

81 Hewitt, J.N.B. Notes on the Creek Indians. Smith. Inst. Paper #10, 1939.

82 Hill, Edward E. Guide to Records in the National Archives of the US relating to American Indians. 1981

83 Hitchcock, Ethan A. A Traveler in Indian Territory: The Journal of Ethan Allen Hitchcock ed. by Grant Foreman Cedar Rapids 1930

84 Hodge, Frederick W. & T. H. Lewis, eds. Spanish Explorers in the Southern United States, 1528-1543.

85 Hodge, William A Bibliography of Contemporary North American Indians.

86 Hodgson, W.B, et. al. Creek Indian History Americus Book Co. Americus, GA 1938

87 Hoffman, Ronald, et. al. Uncivil War: The Southern Backcountry during the American Revolution. U of Va Press 1985

88 Holland, James W. Andrew Jackson and the Creek War: Victory at the Horseshoe. U of Al Press University, Al 1968

89 Holmes, John Historical Sketches of the Missions of the United Brethern for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen from their Commencement to the year 1817. 1825

90 Horan, James D. The Mckenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians

91 Hudson, Charles M. The Southeastern Indians Knoxville 1976

92 Hudson, Charles M., Ed. Black Drink: A Native American Tea. U of Ga Press Athens 1979

93 Hudson, Charles, M. Ed. Four Centuries of Southern Indians Athens 1975

94 Hunt, Ralph W. E. Jr. Muscogee Creek Historical Identification & Political Continuity before Removal.

95 Hutchins, Thomas ?

96 Jackson, Helen Hunt A Century of Dishonor: A sketch of the US Government's Dealings with some of the Indian Tribes. New York 1881

97 Jackson, P. Rivers of History

98 Jacobson, D., et al. Creek Indians Alabama-Coushatta Garland Publishing NY 1974

99 Jefferys, T. ?

100 Johnson, Cecil British West Florida, 1763-1783 New Haven 1943

101 Jones, Charles Colcock Jr. Antiquities of the Southern Indians, Particularly of the Georgia Tribes. 1873

102 Jordan, Jerry Wright Cherokee by Blood. Records of E. Cherokee Ancestry in US Court of Claims 1906-10. Vol 1. Heritage Books

103 Josephy, Alvin M. 500 Nations

104 Joyner, Peggy Shomo, Shomo and Allied Families, Gateway, Ind. Baltimore 1983

105 Juan de la Vandera ?

106 Kappler, Charles J., Ed. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, 2 Vols. US Gov. printing off 1904

107 Lankford, George E. Native American Legends 1987

108 Le Moyne, Jacques Nar. of Le Moyne, artist who accompanied the French expedition to FL under Laudonniere, 1564. Tran. from Latin of De Bry Boston 1875

109 Le Page du Pratz, Antoine S. 1758 Histoire de la Louisiane 3 v Paris. 1763, 2 v London

110 Littlefield, Daniel F. Jr. Alex Posey: Creek Poet, journalist and Humorist

111 Littlefield, Daniel F., Jr. Africans and Creeks, From the Colonial Period to the Civil War. Greenwood Press Westport, CN 1979

112 Lorant, Stefan, ed. The New World: The First Pictures of America Made by John White and Jacques Le Moyne. 1946

113 Loughridge, R. M. & David M. Hodge Dictionary Muskokee & English

114 Mackintosh, A. M. The Mackintoshes and Clan Chattan. Printed for the author Edinburg1903

115 Mahon, John K. History of the Second Seminole War, 1835-1842. Gainesville 1967

116 Mahon, John K. ed. Indians of the Lower South: Past and Present, Clark, C.B. Pensacola 1975

117 Margry, Pierre Decouvertes et establissements des Francais dans l'Quest et dans le Sud de l'Amerique septentrionale (1614-1754)... 6 v, Paris 1875-1886.

118 Martin, Joel W. Sacred Revolt; The Muskogee's Struggle for a New World 1991

119 Mason, David Pierce Massacre at Fort Mims (University of AL Press) 1975

120 Mauelshagan, Carl & G. H. Davis Partners in the Lord's Work: The Diary of Two Moravian Missionaries in the Creek Indian Country 1807-1813 Atlanta 1969

121 McCoy, Isaac History of Baptist Indian Missions New York 1840

122 McDowell, William L. Jr., Ed. Documents Relating to Indian Affairs (2 Vols) Columbia 1958

123 McKenny, Thomas L & James Hall The Indian Tribes of N.A. 3 vol Edinburg 1933-34

124 McReynolds, Edwin C. The Seminoles

125 Meek, Alexander B. Romantic Passages in Southwest History

126 Meek, Alexander B. The Red Eagle. Paragon Press Montgomery, Al 1914

127 Melish, John. Map of the Seat of War among the Creek Indians, from the Original Drawing in the War Dept. J. Melish, delineavit, H. S. Tanner, sculpsit. John Melis Philadelphia 1814

128 Mereness, Newton Travels in the American Colonies (by Nat. Soc. of Colonial Dames of America, NY) Macmillan New York 1916

129 Meserve, Charles F. The Dawes Commission and the Five Civilized Tribes. Phila. 1896

130 Milfort, Louis LeClerc Memoirs, or a Quick Glance at my Various Travels & my Sojurn in the Creek Nation. Trans by Ben C. McCary Savanna1972 text on this site

131 Mollhausen, Balduin Diary of a Journey from the MS to the coasts of the Pacific.... London 1858.

132 Montault de Monberaut, Henri Mémoire Jusificatif: Indian Diplomacy in British West Florida 1763-1765. Ed. & trans. by M.B. Howard & R.R. Rea U. of Ala. 1965

133 Montgomery, Horace Georgians in Profile: Historical Essays in Honor of Ellis Merton Coulte. Athens 1958

134 Moran, James D. MeKenny Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians

135 Morse, Jedidiah. Report to the Secretary of War on Indian Affairs. New Haven 1822

136 Motte, Jacob R., ed. J. F. Lundsman Journey into Wilderness: An Army Surgeon's Account of Life in Camp & Field during the Creek & Seminole Wars, 1836-8. U. Fla Press Gainesville 1953

137 Nenuez, Theron A. Jr. Creek Nativism and the Creek War of 1813-1814. 1958

138 O'Donnell, James H., III The Southern Indians in the American Revolution. U of Tenn 1973

139 Owsley, Frank Lawrence, Jr. Struggle for the Gulf Borderlands: The Creek Wars & the Battle of New Orleans, 1812-1813. U Presses of Fl Gainesville 1981

140 Paredes, J. Anthony Indians of the Southeast US in the late 20th Century.

141 Paredes, J. Anthony, & K. J. Plante Economics, Politics, & the Subjugation of the Creek Indians: Final Report for the National Park Service. Tallahassee 1975

142 Parsons & Abbot 1832 Census of the Creek Indians

143 Phillips, John Franklin The American Indian in Alabama and the Southeast.

144 Phillips, P. Lee Notes on the Life & Works of Bernard Romans (FL Bicentennial Facsimile Reprint 1975) U. Press of Fla Fla 1975

145 Pickett, Albert J. History of Alabama & incidentally of GA and Miss. from the earliest period.

146 Pike, Albert, Gen. (Exact title not known)

147 Piling, James Constentine Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages Was 1889

148 Poinsett, Joel R. Correspondence - Gen. J.W.A. Sanford, Letter from .....Wash. House Doc. 127, 1839, 22p.

149 Pope, John A Tour through the S. & W. Terr. of the US (Fla Bicentennial Facsimile Reprint, 1979 U. Press of Fla Fla 1979

150 Potter, Dorothy Williams Passports of Southeastern Pioneers, 1770-1823. 1982

151 Pound, Merritt B. Benjamin Hawkins Athens 1951

152 Priest, Loring Uncle Sam's Stepchildren New Brunswick 1942

153 Proctor, Eighteenth Century Florida & the Revolutionary South

154 Prucha, Francis Paul. American Indian Policy in the Formative Years: The Indian Trade & Intercourse Arts, 1790-1834. Harvard U Press Cambridge, MA 1962

155 Roberts, William An Account of the First Discovery & Natural History of Florida. (FL Bicen. Facsimile Reprint 1976) 1976

156 Robertson, A. E. W., Mrs (Creek Translator)

157 Robertson, W. S. & David Winslett Muskokee or Creek First Reader

158 Romans, Benard, Capt. A Concise Natural History of East & West Florida, 1775. Ed. Rembert W. Patrick Gainesville 1962

159 Royce, Charles C. 18th Annual Report, Part II of the BAE, Indian Land Sessions

160 Rush, Richard Indemnity for Damages by Creek Indians HD 200, US Gov 1828

161 Scaife, W. B. America, its Geographical History. 1892

162 Scholarly Resources, Inc. Constitutions and Laws of the American Indians, 33 vols. Wilmington 1975

163 Schoolcraft, Henry R. Historical & Statistical Info. respecting the History, Condition & Prospects of the Indians of the US. 6 Vols. Philadelphia 1851-7

164 Shipp, Bernard The History of Hernando De Sota and Florida. Or record of events of 56 years from 1512-1568., Phil. 1881. Philadelphia 1881

165 Simmons, William H. Notices of East Florida, (Fla. Bicentennial Facsimile Reprint, 1973) U. Press of Fla Fla 1973

166 Skinner, Constance L. Pioneers of the Old Southwest. New Haven, CN 1921

167 Southerland, H. D. & Brown, J.E. The Federal Road Through Georgia, The Creek Nation and Alabama, 1806-1836.

168 Speck, Frank G. Ceremonial Songs of the Creek and Yuchi Indians.

169 Speck, Frank G. Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians. (Anthr. Pub. Univ. Mus., Univ. Pa., vol. no. 1, Philadelphia, 1909) Philadelphia 1909

170 Speck, Frank G. The Creek Indians of Taskigi town. (Mem. Am. Anthr. Asso. Vol. II, pt. 2, Lancaster, Pa., 1907) Lancaster, Pa 1907

171 Spicer, Edward H., ed. In Human Problems in Technological Change. A Casebook. New York 1952

172 Starr, J. Barton Tories, Dons, and Rebels: The American Revolution in West Florida. U of Fl Press 1976

173 Stephens, Alexander, Ed. The Life of General W. A. Bowles, A Native of America-Born of English Parents in Frederick County, MD, in the Year 1764. London 1803

174 Stiggins, George Creek Indian History, by one of the Tribe, 1788-1845 Birmingham Lib Press1989

175 Sturtevant, William C. Creek into Seminole, North American Indians in Historical Perspective, ed. Eleanor B. Leacock and Nancy O. Lurie. New York 1971

176 Sturtevant, Williams, ed. A Creek Source Book Garland NY & London 1987

177 Sullivan, Elizabeth Indian Legends of the Trail of Tears & other Creek Stories.

178 Swanton, John R. 42nd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology Washington 1928

179 Swanton, John R. Bulletin 123, Notes on the Creeks

180 Swanton, John R. Bulletin 145, The Indians of North America 1952

181 Swanton, John R. Bulletin 43, Indian Tribes of the Lower MS Valley & Adjacent Coast of the Gulf of Mexico

182 Swanton, John R. Bulletin 73, Early History of the Creek Indians and their Neighbors Washington 1922

183 Swanton, John R. Bulletin 88, Myths and Tales of the South East Indians. 1929

184 Swanton, John R. Social Organization and Social Usages of the Indians of the Creek Confederacy. GPO Wash 1928

185 Swanton, John R. The Indians of the Southeastern United States, Bulletin 137

186 Swanton, John R. The Interpretation of Aboriginal Mounds by Means of Creek Indian Customs.

187 Thomas, Daniel H. Fort Toulouse

188 Thompson, Lynn H. William Weatherford, His country and His People

189 Tracy, Joseph, et. al. History of American Missions to the Heathen from their Commencement to the present times. 1840

190 Tuggle, William O. Myths of the Creeks

191 Tuggle, William O. Shem, Ham, & Japeth: The Papers of W.O. Tuggle. Ed. by Eugene Current-Garcia & D.B. Hatfield Athens 1973

192 Urlsperger Nachrict

193 US Gov. Msg from Pres.-copy of treaty. 20 congress, 1st sess. Doc # 210, 1828

194 US Gov. Msg from Pres.-copy of treaty. 20 congress, 1st sess. Doc # 238, 1828

195 US Gov. Report of Select Committee, considering certain Treaties with the Creeks and Cherokees

196 US Gov. Treaty with the Creek Indians, Message from the President of the United States

197 Viola, Herman Diplomats in Buckskins: A History of Indian Delegations in Washington City.

198 Wagner, Gunter. Yuchi Tales. New York 1931

199 Waring, Antonio J. Jr. Ed. Laws of the Creek Nation. U of Ga Press Athens 1960

200 Watson, Irvin Anderson Old Wetumka Creek Indian Mission 1880-1910

201 Watson, Larry Creek Soldier Casualty Lists, Seminole War 1836.

202 Welch, Andrew Oceola Nikkanochee (Fla. Bicentennial Facsimile Reprint, 1974) U. Press of Fla Fla 1977

203 Wickman, Patricia Oceola's Legacy

204 Wightman, William M. Life of William Capers, D.D., one of the Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Nashville 1859

205 Willett, Marinus Col. Narrative of a Mission to the Creek Nation

206 Williams, John Lee A View of West Florida (Fla. Bicen. Facsimile Reprint 1976) 1976

207 Williams, Samuel Cole, Ed. Adair's History of the American Indians. Johnson City, TN 1930

208 Wood, Peter, et. al., eds. Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the colonial Southeast. U of Neb Press 1989

209 Woodward, Gen. Thomas S. Woodward's Reminiscences of the Creek or Muscogee Indians Montgomery 1859

210 Worchester, Donald E., ed. Forked Tongues and Broken Treaties. The Claxton Printers, Ltd. Caldwell, Idaho 1975

211 Wright, J. Leitch, Jr. Creeks & Seminoles: The Destruction and Regeneration of the Muscogulge People. U. of Neb. Press 1987

212 Wright, J. Leitch, Jr. The Only Land They Knew: The Tragic Story of the American Indians in the Old South.. NY 1981

213 Wright, J. Leitch, Jr. William August Bowles, Director General of the Creek Nation. 1967

214 Young, Hug A Topographical Memoir on E. & W. FL. with Itineraries of Gen. Jackson's Army. ed. Mark F. Boyd & G. Ponton. 1818

215 Young, Mary E. Redskins, Rufflshirts & Rednecks: Indian Allotments in Alabama & Mississippi, 1830-1860 Norman. 1961


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2 Andrews, Johnnie, Jr. Fort Toulouse Colonials: A Compendium of the Colonial Families of Central Alabama, 1717-1823. Prichard, Ala.: Bienville Historical Society, 1987.

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5 Baum, Laura Edna. Agriculture Among the Five Civilized Tribes. Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1940.

6 Bloodworth, James Nelson. Alexander McGillivray-Emperor of the Creeks. Alabama Lawyer 37 (July 1976).

7 Bonner, James C. Tustunugee Hutkee and Creek Factionalism on the Georgia-Alabama Frontier. Alabama Review 10 (1957).

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32 Crane, Verner W. The Origin of the Name of the Creek Indians. Journal of American History 5 (1918)

33 Davis, T. Frederick Elotchaway, East Florida, 1814. FHQ 8 (1930)

34 Davis, T. Frederick Milly Francis and Duncan McKimmon: An Authentic Florida Pocahontas. FHQ 21 (1943)

35 Doster, James F. Letters relating to the Tragedy of Fort Mims: Aug-Sept 1813. Alabama Review 14 (1961)

36 Downes, Randolph C. Creek-American Relations, 1782-1790, GHQ 21 (June, 1937).

37 Downes, Randolph C. Creek-American Relations, 1790-1795, JSH, VIII (August, 1942).

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40 Driesback, J. D. Weatherford-'The Red Eagle.' Alabama Historical Reporter 2 (1884): 20 unnum. pages.

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47 Fleming, John. I stutsi in Naktsokv (The Child's Book). Union Mission, Cherokee Nation, 1835.

48 Floyd, John Letters of John Floyd, 1813-1838 GHQ 33 (1949)

49 Foreman, Carolyn Thomas Alexander McGillivray, Emperor of the Creeks Chronicles of Oklahoma 7 (March 1929).

50 Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. The Yuchi: Children of the Sun. Chronicles of Oklahoma 37 (winter, 1959-60).

51 Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. Two Notable Women of the Creek Nation. Chronicles of Oklahoma 35 (Autumn, 1957).

52 Foreman, Grant. The Great Human Cattle Drive. Oklahoma City: Daily Oklahoman, April 18, 1937

53 Fundaburk, Emma L. & M. D. Sun Circles and Human Hands: The Southeastern Indians, Art and Industries. Luverne, 1957.

54 Gatschet, Albert S. Some mythic stories of the Yuchi Indians. American Anthropologist (OS) 6, 1893.

55 Gatschet, Albert S. Tchikilli's Kasihta Legend in the Creek & Hitchiti Languages with a Critical Commentary & Full Glossaries to Both Texts. Transactions of the Academy of Science of St. Louis 5 (1888).

56 Goff, John Hedges. The Path to Oakfuskee: Upper Trading Route in Georgia to the Creek Indians. GHQ 39 (March, June 1955).

57 Grant, C. L. & G. H. Davis. The Wedding of Col. Benjamin Hawkins. NC Historical Review, July 1977.

58 Green, Donald E. The Creek People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1973.

59 Green, Michael D. The Creek Nation and the Removal Crisis.' Manuscript article.

60 Gregory, James R. Early Creek History. Sturm's Statehood Magazine, 1. Tulsa, Creek Nation, 1905.

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63 Hahn, Mrs. M. Davis, Ed. Act for the Relief of John Randon. Baldwin County Historical Quarterly 7 (1980).

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65 Hall, Arthur N. The Red Stick War: Creek Indian Affairs during the War of 1812. Chronicles of Oklahoma 12 (1934).

66 Hambly, John Visit to the Indian Nations: The Diary of John Hambly. Edited by Daniel J.J. Ross & Bruce S. Chappell. FHQ 55 (1976)

67 Harmon, George D. Benjamin Hawkins and the Federal Factory System. North Carolina Historical Review 9.

68 Hassig, Ross. Internal Conflict in the Creek War of 1813-1814. Enthnohistory 21 (1974).

69 Hastain Hastain's Township Plats of the Creek Nation. Muskogee: n.p., n.d.

70 Hawkins, Benjamin A Sketch of the Creek Country in the Years 1798 &1799 Collections of the GHS 3, pt 1 (1948)

71 Hawkins, Benjamin Letters of Benjamin Hawkins 1796-1806 Collections of the GHS 9 (1916)

72 Hays, Louise Frederick, Ed. Letters of Benjamin Hawkins, 1797-1815. Typescript. 1939. Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta.

73 Hemperley, Marion R. Benjamin Hawkins' Trip across Georgia in 1796. GHQ 14 (1971).

74 Hemperley, Marion R. Benjamin Hawkins' Trip from New York to Coweta Tallahassee, 1798. AHQ 33 (1971), nos. 3-4.

75 Hemperley, Marion R. Benjamin Hawkins' Trip through Alabama, 1796. AHQ 31 (1969).

76 Hewitt, J.N.B. Notes on the Creek Indians. Ed. by John R. Swanton Bureau of American Ethonology Bulletin 123

77 Holmes, Jack Spanish Treaties with West Florida Indians, 1784-1802. FHQ 48 (1969)

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79 Hryniewicki, Richard J. The Creek Treaty of Washington, 1826. GHQ 48 (1964).

80 Innerarity, John The Creek Nation, Debtor to John Forbes & Co., Successors to Panton, Leslie, & Co., A Journal of John Innerarity, 1812. FHQ 9 (1930)

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