Photostat of minutes taken for General McGillivray respecting the Creeks
Scope and Contents
An ethnographical sketch of the Creek Indians in West Florida. There are historical reports that General McGillivray, the famous chief of the Creeks, attended an Indian congress at Pensacola where a treaty was signed with the Creeks, and it could be that this document was written at that or some other Indian congress held at Pensacola between 1789-1793.
- Other: Majority of material found in 1790
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Processed January 18, 1965.
- Creek Nation
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- Photostat of minutes taken for General McGillivray respecting the Creeks
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