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Register of Choctaw emigrants to the West, 1831 and 1832

Author: Betty Couch Wiltshire
Publisher: [Carrollton, Ms.] : [Olde Times Pub. Co.], [©1993]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The United states government, desiring more land in Mississippi for white settlers, persuaded the Choctaw Indians to give up their lands in Mississippi and migrate to new lands in the west ... This was agreed to in the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, signed September 27, 1830. ... Most of the tribe emigrated in 1831 and 1832, to five areas: Fort Towson Depot, Old Miller Court House depot, Horse Prairie Depot and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Genealogy
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Betty Couch Wiltshire
OCLC Number: 30471864
Notes: Includes index.
Description: v, 160 pages ; 28 cm
Responsibility: compiled by Betty C. Wiltshire.

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"The United states government, desiring more land in Mississippi for white settlers, persuaded the Choctaw Indians to give up their lands in Mississippi and migrate to new lands in the west ... This was agreed to in the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, signed September 27, 1830. ... Most of the tribe emigrated in 1831 and 1832, to five areas: Fort Towson Depot, Old Miller Court House depot, Horse Prairie Depot and Mountain Fork Depot, all in what is now southeast Oklahoma; and to Fort Smith, Arkansas. ... The information in this book was copied directly from microfilm, Roll #RG 75, at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. ... The registration contains over 3600 names of Choctaws and their slaves, who survived the emigration to the west during 1831 and 1832"--Introduction.

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