4 edition of Georgia Indian depredation claims found in the catalog.
Georgia Indian depredation claims
Donna B. Thaxton
|Statement||edited, arranged, and indexed by Donna B. Thaxton, editor, C. Stanton Thaxton, associate editor ; special consultant, Carlton J. Thaxton.|
|Contributions||Thaxton, C. Stanton., Thaxton, Carlton J.|
|LC Classifications||KFG505.6.C57 T46 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 1081 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1081|
|LC Control Number||89143886|
Jeff Broome thoroughly researched Indian depredation claims at the National Archives, and took on all critics, to put together his new book, Cheyenne War. Researching and writing about the Indian wars has been a passion of Jefferson “Jeff” Broome, a fifth-generation Coloradan, for most of his life. On the 4th of August, , the same tribe, by their deputies, Mah-hos-kah (or White Cloud) and Mah-ne-hah-nah (Great Walker), in consideration of the sum of $ to be paid the tribe that and for ten successive years, ceded to the United States all claim which they had to the "lands in Missouri, situated between the Mississippi and Missouri.
Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee (Petitioner #41) Proposed Finding iv ACRONYMS and/or ABBREVIATIONS in THIS REPORT AS-IA Assistant Secretary − Indian Affairs BAR Branch of Acknowledgment and Research BIA Bureau of Indian Affairs CN Cherokee Nation CFR Code of Federal Regulations DOI Department of the Interior (the Department). Eakin Press, Statehouse Books, - History - pages 0 Reviews In , when this book was first published, the depredations of the Indians upon the Texas settlements were still of recent memory, and the accounts still possess freshness and occasional ironic humor, despite the passage of over a century.
John Stuart to General Gage, Novem , American Archives: Documents of the American Revolution, , ed. Peter Force, Series 5, Volume 3 (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, ), (“friendship”); John Stuart to William Knox, Ma , William Knox Papers, , Box Indian Presents, Reminiscences, & Anecdotes, Folder 3, William L. . The minutes, (5 vols.), are inconsistent in their coverage. The most thorough accounts are in the books covering , , and There is also a volume containing the minutes for Henry Dawes' subcommittee to determine the condition of the tribes in the Indian territory and their policies for leasing lands, but it contains very little substantive information.
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Learn about Author Central Author: Donna B Thaxton. Abstracts of claims compiled in a WPA project inpublished in seven typescript volumes as "Georgia Indian depredation claims against the Creek Indians," dating from This compilation was from original documents in the Georgia Dept.
of Archives and History. Affidavits of white settlers in Warren County, Georgia, recounting property stolen by Creek Indians Reimbursement for property losses of white settlers due to Indian depredations were provided for in the Treaty of Indian Springs with the Creek Indians.
Includes a few scattered localities in southern states other than Georgia. Most depredations were committed by Creek Indians; however, many claims simply mention Indians. These abstracts and source documents afford a county locator for many Georgians prior to Georgia Indian depredation claims by Donna B.
Thaxton. Published by Thaxton Co. in Americus, Ga. Written in English. Save on ISBN has Georgia Indian depredation claims by Donna B Thaxton and over 50 million more used, rare, and out-of-print books. Twiggs County, Georgia.
Indian Depredation Claims. CLAIMANT: Nelson, John. DATE PETITION SIGNED: J one cow, one house, bushels of corn. $ allowed. Provided for by the treaty of the Indian Springs and the act of congress J John A. Cuthbert, Comr. Ap 47 yrs. $ Claims that Creek.
There the evidence rarely persuaded officials to offer damages. Except for some claims paid to people in Missouri and Georgia, the system frustrated everyone. Finally, in Congress gave jurisdiction over Indian depredation claims to the United States Court of Claims where it remained until when the system shut down.
From the book "Georgia Indian Depredation Claims": On Aug 2,Dempsey and Elizabeth Toler filed separate claims. Elizabeth Toler claims that in Octshe was married to John May.
Indians killed him, burned their house and kitchen and burned about 45 bushels of wheat and stole about 9 horses and 40 head of cattle. ” The report included all correspondence between the Governor of Georgia and the War Department from March 4, and Ap “in relation to Indian depredations in Georgia; and the complaints made and evidence submitted of depredations on the citizens of Georgia and their property, by the United States troops.
Indian depredation claims are claims against Indians for depredations committed by them against whites or other Indians. These depredations began with the earliest white settlements, and claims under them have been a constant source of contention. Indian Tribes of Georgia. Indian Depredation Claims.
Eileen Babb McAdams Copyright Indian depredation claims, [Larry C Skogen] -- Beginning in the seventeenth century, with the colonization of the Americas, European immigrants and American Indians encountered each other's views on the rights and responsibilities of ownership.
Price Author: Indian Depredations. Originally published in Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly, SpringNo. 1, pg 7. Indian Depredations Claim Against A Cherokee-Carroll And Dekalb Counties, Georgia.
The following original document was found in the DeKalb County folder at the Georgia. : Indian Depredation Claims, (LEGAL HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA) () by Skogen, Larry C. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. All counties at this period of Georgia history had regular Militia which met monthly and were made up of all men between the ages of 15 and More and more White settlers moved into the area.
Some Indian factions resisted the westward relocation, and friction escalated during the period of A. Indian Depredations Claims. Georgians sued the Creek Indian nation for losses sustained by Indian attacks.
Often the claims contain detailed personal information from the American Revolution and later on persons and places. Successful claims were paid by the state of Georgia from money that otherwise would have gone to the Creek Indians by treaty.
Davis, Robert Scott. A Guide to Native American (Indian) Research Sources at the Georgia Department of Archives and Historybook Dg Digital Version WorldCat ; Thaxton, Donna B., Carlton J. Thaxton and C. Stanton Thaxton.
Georgia Indian Depredation Claims FHL book Gt WorldCat. some claims paid to people in Missouri and Georgia, the system frustrated everyone. Finally, in Congress gave jurisdiction over Indian depredation claims to the United States Court of Claims where it remained un til when the system shut down.
Based on monumental amounts of archival research, Skogen's narrative follows the evolv. INDEX TO THE INDIAN CLAIMS COMMISSION DECISIONS INTRODUCTI ON The Indian Claims Commission was created by the Act of Aug ( Stat.
,25 U.S.C.§70a et seq.) to hear claims of "any Indian tribe, band, or other identifiable group of American Indians".Based on previously overlooked Indian Depredation Claim records [ed.
an increasing number of scholars are making good use of these] and a wealth of other sources, this book is both a close-up history of the Civil War in the region and an examination of .4 INDIAN DEPREDATION CLAIMS. A list of depredation claims in favo1 of citizens of the United States against Indians i1~ of May 3, 18o5, as amended Name of claimant and post-Property charged Indians charged No.
to have been office address. stolen or de with depredation. stroyed.