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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pickett, Albert James, 1810-1858.
History of Alabama, and incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi.
[New York] Arno Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Albert James Pickett
|Notes:||Reprint of the 1851 ed.|
|Description:||xix, 377, 445 pages illustrations 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Expedition of De Soto through Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, A.D. 1539, 1540 and 1541 --
Aborigines of Alabama and the surrounding states: A.D. 1540, 1564 --
The modern Indians of Alabama, Georgia and Mississppi, beginning with the creeks or Muscogees --
The Mobilians, Chatots, Thomez and Tensaws --
The Choctaws and Chickasaws --
The Cherokees --
Ancient mounds and fortifications in Alabama --
The French in Alabama and Mississippi --
Alabama and Mississippi granted by the King of France to the rich Parisian merchant, Crozat --
Alabama and Mississippi surrendered by Crozat to the King of France, who grants them to the French India or Mississippi company --
Terrible massacre of the French at Natchez --
The colonization of Georgia by the English --
French Jesuit priests or missionaries of Alabama and Mississippi --
The French battles upon the Tombigby --
Bienville leaves the colony; his character --
Horrible death of Beaudrot and the Swiss soldiers --
Bossu's visit to the French forts upon the Alabama and Tombigy rivers.
|Series Title:||First American frontier.|
|Responsibility:||from the earliest period.|