Creek Indians -- Georgia
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of one letter written by Asbury Ansley from Warren County, GA to James A. Nobles in Stewart County, GA. The letter is dated May 29, 1836. Ansley tells of a raid by the Creek Indians, who are now heading towards Stewart County. He also requests a response from Nobles as soon as possible.
This collection consists of a single letter by Benjamin Hawkins to Samuel Elbert dated June 12, 1785. Hawkins wrote the letter to the incumbent governor of Georgia concerning negotiations over land with the Creek Indians of the Southeast Georgia.
This collection consists of a single letter addressed to Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh from John Dooly on September 5, 1777. In the letter, Dooly explains that his brother was killed by Creek Indians and suggests to Brigadier General McIntosh that those Indians be taken into custody for their actions against his brother.