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THE CREEK STORIES INDEX
Being an inventory of material from old books and periodicals to be found on this site.

Links to these items are scattered within the pages of the site as well.

Albert James Pickett: History of Alabama
Kindly contributed by William C. Bell
9 Chapters so far with more coming soon!

Indian Chiefs
Biographies of important Indian figures in colonial times

Kindly contributed by William C. Bell

Memoirs or A Quick Glance
At My Various Travels and my Sojourn in the Creek Nation: LeClerc Milfort
Kindly contributed by William C. Bell

The Story of Tempy Ellis and Milly of Milly's Creek
Kindly contributed by Jake Evans

Writings of Benjamin Hawkins, Indian Agent

Bartram Among The Creeks
Excerpts from Bartram's Travels

Halbert & Ball's The Creek War of 1813 and 1814
First published in 1895. Kindly contributed by William C. Bell

Newspaper comments of the Kimbell-Jones Massacre

Excerpts from Thomas Woodward's Reminiscences of the Creek, or Muscogee Indians by Thomas S. Woodward, of Louisiana, formerly of Alabama. - 1859 on the McGillivrays and their kin

Excerpts from Thomas Woodward's Reminiscences of the Creek, or Muscogee Indians by Thomas S. Woodward, of Louisiana, formerly of Alabama -- on John Ward

Benjamin Hawkins, as quoted in Swanton's "Early History of the Creek Indians and their Neighbors" (1922), on the Auttossee settlement in the late 18th century

Hannah Hale of Thlotlogalga or Lalokalka -- the FishPonds
by Chris Clark

Far Off Warrior by Chris Clark

Letters of Benjamin Hawkins:
Regarding the Kidnap & Murder of Jacob Townshend

The Death of McGillivray: The Obituary from Gentleman's Magazine
and Letter from Panton to Lachlan McGillivray

Rachel Durant, My Creek Indian grgrgrgrandmother
by Dr. Woodrow Wallace, Sr.

Articles from Alabama Historical Reporter, 1883-1884
by J. D. Driesback regarding mainly the Moniacs and Colberts

Dr. Marion Elisah Tarvin 's The Muscogees or Creek Indians, from 1519 to 1893;
Also an Account of the McGillivray Family and Others of Alabama

This piece is also excerpted throughout the site as it is wonderfully rich in family history with physical and personality descriptions

John Ward: From Woodward's Reminiscences of the Creek, or Muscogee Indians
by Thomas S. Woodward of Louisiana, formerly of Alabama. 1859
Kindly contributed by Joan Case

Muskogee Yargee: Interview by her daughter Susie Ross Martin
Kindly contributed by Sylvia Bailey-Munoz

Life of Joseph Ross, Indian Pioneer, give by his daughter Susie Ross Martin
Kindly contributed by Sylvia Bailey-Munoz

Interview with Elizabeth Ross: "Creek Town"

Biography of L. C. Perryman, by Reuben L. Partridge
Kindly contributed by Joan Case

Your comments are welcome. Send them to me Carol Middleton.

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