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Neat Pair of Documents from the Creek Nation Land Distribution in Georgia
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Here is a pair of rare documents from the state of Georgia. On May 15, 1821, the state of Georgia passed an act to distribute lands that were taken from the Creek Nation of Indians. They were giving out land in the counties of Jackson, Monroe, Dooly , Houston, Monroe, Fayette in Henry Counties. This is 2 documents relating to the distribution of these lands. The largest document measures 8 inches by 10 inches in size and has the heading of "STATE OF GEORGIA" and tells of the general assembly, distributing the lands. The other document in that frame, describes the location of 40 acre tract of land that were given to a man named William Gober that were located in Jackson County and at one time, there would have been a map on the top portion of the paper (missing). This document is dated July 28th 1832. What makes this one special is that it has most of the original circular embossed great seal of the state of Georgia, which is rough but having it, enhances the display tremendously. The 2 documents are joined together after all of the years and they come in a riker style case that measures 12 inches by 8 inches in overall size. This is some interesting Georgia history that is ready for your collection.

Item #: C55
Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
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