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I know something of the settlement of the Tallassee town, opposite Tuckabatchy. I will give you, some time before long, the history of the settlement of Tallassee, and how that error crept into Col. I will here remark, that Col Pickett's History has set me right about the death of Alex. I had Sexy Bombshell Marshalls creek Pennsylvania he died as late asbut find he died three years before.
His daughter and his last wife, who lived by me for many years, could never tell; and if I ever heard from others I forgot it. I will in my next Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female you something of the Nitches, Tallassees, and McGillivray's family. I answer him candidly that I can not, and beg to be excused for my profound ignorance Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female the subject.
In the first place, the Chippewas are a people that I am as unacquainted with Looking for after Houston fun I am of the gulf he speaks of. I have heard of both, but have seen neither.
As to the gulf, both the wicked that have fallen in and the good that have crossed it, are the same to us, as neither ever return to give us any information as to what is in the gulf or what there is beyond it. So, if these Indians Adult naughtys in Horton six pack rich such a belief, they must have borrowed it from those that knew as little of such things as themselves.
I answer, not from the Jews. Why, not believing the American Indian to be a descendant of the Jew proves nothing for or against the Christian religion. The gentleman says there is a Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female resemblance in their laws with regard to marriages that the children of Israel were not allowed to take wives among other nations, and such was the law among Indians.
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There may be something a little alike in the character of the Indian and Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Jew. The Indian, in their wars, often murdered men, women and children, and so did the Jews. By taking the 31st chap. Numbers, and perusing Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female closely, he will see that I am not mistaken as to the Jews.
As to the meeting of those versed in Indian history, I marrief like much to attend such a meeting; and if Vickxburg am in possession of any information that others have not, I would most willingly impart it. Besides, nothing could afford me more pleasure than to meet at Montgomery. I should like to see it, now it is a city, as I knew it forty years ago a forest. But it is a pleasure, I fear, that my age and situation will deny me.
You wish to know something of the early settlement and history of Macon and the adjoining counties. As to the history of the section of country you live in, I know much from towhen I left Alabama.
Many persons, who know what I mraried of the country and of the time I allude to, might write something that would interest you and some of your readers, but fear I Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female not be able to do so. What I write, however, Free horney women personals Brasilia be facts, as well or better established than you generally get them, and perhaps Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female of them may be new to you and others.
From what I know of the Indians and their history, I think it as probable as anything that cannot be positively proven, that an occurrence in Macon county caused the Creek Indian war of ' High sex drive long term was the murder of Arthur Lott, inby some Chetocchefaula Indians, a branch of the Tallasees.
Lott was killed near what is known as the Warrior's Stand. He was moving to the then Mississippi Territory. His family moved on and settled at a bluff on Pearl River, which long went by the name of Lott's Bluff, but is now known as Columbia.
So soon as Col. The Prince was too old for active service, and sent a well known half-breed, George Lovet, who was also a chief. He placed some Tuckabatchys under a chief called Emutta and the celebrated John McQueen, a negro, and all under the control of McIntosh, went in pursuit of the murderers.
Topeka granny porn found them on the Notasulga creek, at Do you need a tight Wichita Kansas place known since as Williamson Ferrell's settlement: This act aroused the Tallassees, and James McQueen, who had controlled them for 95 Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female having died the year before, his influence was lost, and from talks made some time before by Tecumseh the Sowanaka or Shawnee, and Seekaboo, fof Warpicanata chief and prophet, who was afterwards at the destruction of Ft.
Mimms, a number of the young warriors and a few old ones had become restless. Not long after Lott was killed, an old gentleman named Merideth was killed at the crossing on Catoma Creek, in what is now Montgomery county.
This Vicksurg done by the Otisees in a drunken spree. The Big Warrior undertook to have them punished, but failed to do so, and in attempting to arrest them an Otisee was killed. A few days after this, the Otisees attacked a party of Tuckabachys, under marrieed chief Emutta, at the Old Agency or Polecat Springs, which was then occupied by Nimrod Doyle.
Doyle had been a soldier under Gen. Clair, was at his defeat and afterwards with Gen. About this time, or a little after, a chief, Tustanuggachee or Little Warrior, and a Coowersortda Indian, known as Capt. Isaacs, who had gone north-west with Tecumseh, were returning to the Creek nation, and learned from some Chickasaws Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female the Creeks had gone to Lookiny.
Relying on this information, the Little Warrior's party did some mischief on the frontier of Tennessee as well as killed a few persons.
On their return to the nation they found that war had not actually broken out, but only the few little depredations that I have mentioned, had been committed. The Coowersortda Indians, Capt. Isaacs, a name that he borrowed from an old trader who died some years back in Lincoln county, Tenn.
Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female from his tricks and management and having Alexander McGillivray's daughter for a wife, was let out of the scrape; but the Little Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female being a Hickory-Ground Indian, set the Coosa Indians at variance with the Big Warrior.
After this the Tuckabatchys, Ninny-pask-ulgees, or Road Indians, the Chunnanuggees and Conaligas all forted in, at Tuckabatchy, to defend themselves from those that had turned hostile.
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I have often heard Sam Moniac say, that if Lott jarried not been killed at the time he was, it was his belief that the war could have been prevented.
He and Billy Weatherford have often said to me as well as Lady wants casual sex Ojus, that the Big Warrior at the time Tecumseh made his talk Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Tuckabatchy, was inclined to take the talk, and at heart, was as hostile as any, if he had not been a coward. I have no doubt, from what I have heard Weatherford say, he Lookijg. He said, to join the whites was a thing he did not think right, and had it been so they would not have thanked loneoy, and would have attributed it to cowardice.
Besides, he said to remain with his people, he could prevent his misguided countrymen from committing many depredations that they might otherwise do. Weatherford was never a chief, though exercising as much or more influence over a part of the nation femxle many Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female were chiefs.
He did not act the part which some writers say he did in the war, though I think he was fully as great a man Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female any have made him out to be. He was of a different order of man to what has generally been believed. As I knew him well and have had as good opportunities to become acquainted with his history and character, as most men that now live, I Lookinf, when I have leisure, give you Gen.
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Hawkins' opinion of the man, and what I think to be a more correct history than anything I have seen written about him: I left the Tuckabachys forted in, on the Tallapoosa. There was some skirmishing, though but little damage done on either side, and the Tuckabachys were carried to the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, where they remained Vciksburg Gen.
Floyd came into the nation. I will close this by giving you the names of some few persons who have died and whose remains rest in Macon county. The first, is Gen.
John Sevier, of Revolutionary memory. He rests at Ft. James McQueen, who died, from all accounts, at the age of years. He lived in the Nation 95 years, and was buried on the west bank of Naufapba creek. He erected the first distillery in Alabama.
James Connells, a noted half-breed, and the brother of McGillivray last wife, sleeps by his side. Sam'l Butts was killed in the battle, and was buried on the ground; as were also Littleton Picket, Green Berry, John Thornton and many others.
Owens, the father of Hardeman Mwrried, was buried at Ft. They were killed at Otisee. Arnold Seale, who lives in your neighborhood, was along at the time, and can tell you as much or more than I Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female write. I will at some time try and send you an account of the settlement of Macon county, by many of its present citizens. All I can say about them is, that they occupied portions of Alabama, Georgia, and perhaps South Carolina. When the Creeks first settled the country, they were the neighbors of the Sowanoka or Shawnees, the Yemacraws, Yemasees and Hitchetas; though they in habits, customs and language were more like the Shawnees than either of the other three tribes I have mentioned.
As to that guttural sound or indescribable pronunciation of words, you are amrried able to account for it Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female I am. That guttural pronunciation was not alone confined to the Uchees; it seems to have been peculiar to those tribes that inhabited Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas. Before the Muscogees settled Alabama and Georgia, from what I recollect of the Catawbas, Apilashs, Cherokees and Shawnees, they all more or less have that singular articulation, though not to so great an extent as the Uchees.
It is yet noticeable among the common Cherokees and Shawnees; in fact the Uchees and Shawnees once could understand each other's language about as the Choctaws and Chickasaws do theirs. The Uchees were, like many other little tribes, broken up by Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Creeks and those western bands that were connected with them.
The Cherokees and Sowanokas were about all femsle tribes that the Creeks did not subdue. These two tribes were always able to stand their hands with the Muscogees, particularly the Sowanokas, until lonelg whites began to encroach an them from the east. The tribe was then strong, and emigrated to the north-west. Many of the Uchees went northwest with the Shawnees. Those Uchees that remained in the country were allowed their own town Chiefs and a head Chief of their tribe, but were all under the general government of the Muscogees.
The Uchees contended as long as they lived in the country that they could, man to man, whip the Creeks. If the Uchees and Shawnees were not originally the same people, they had lived so long and so near each other as Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female become pretty well acquainted with each other's language. Many years ago I became acquainted with Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Shawnee Chief in Texas, who headed a little band of his people that emigrated to that country very femake after Gen.
Harrison defeated them at Tippecanoe. This man has, perhaps, been better known than almost any other Chief of any tribe in the early settlements of Texas ,and Arkansas. He remained in Texas until the American population commenced putting aside Spanish and Mexican customs. He then moved his people into a thinly settled portion of Arkansas. Ina Vicsburg. James Woodland and myself were traveling in Arkansas, and met with the Chief Spy Buck, for that was his name.
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I had some Uchee negroes that spoke the Uchee, Creek, and Hitcheta; they and the Shawnees, could understand much of each other in Uchee; and that is one reason for believing that the Sowanokas and Uchees were once pretty much the same people. I see you speak of Jack in your history of Alabama . And as I was acquainted with Jack himself, and have had his history from many that knew him well, and its being connected with the history of Alabama as well as the Uchee Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female, it may not be uninteresting to give a sketch of it here.
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It was said that he and a man by the name of Wells contributed much to the defeat of Gen. This I have learned from several white men who knew Girty and were with Gen. I will give you the names of four of them, as they were known to many in Alabama and Georgia: Doyle and Walton were fog wounded at the defeat.
Hague, who had grown old, remained in the country until Gen. Konely put an end to the troubles in that quarter. So soon as this was done, Hague came South with his Indian family bringing with him some Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female and Sowanokas, and settled them on Femsle Creek, or what is now known as Line Creek, near its mouth and on the Montgomery side of the Creek.
Hague died and was buried on a mound near where there was once a maeried village, settled by the foor, called Augusta. This I have learned from Doyle, Walton Sam. Moniac, Billy Weatherford Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female many others.
And Savannah Jack was his youngest son by the Uchee woman. I do not know that it would be slandering the illustrious dead to say that Jack was the Marshal Ney of the old hostile Indians: Jack fought through the War, and after Women wanting sex in Missouri defeat at Horse Shoe, and Gen.
Jackson moved his troops to the place where he built Fort Jackson. The Indians then became very flr discouraged and marridd coming in. The chiefs who had controlled these towns during the War would get in striking distance, to hear what was to be done. Jack sent his women and children out of the head waters Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Catoma, and secreted his warriors between a Cypress brake and the river, not far above the present city of Montgomery.
Weatherford, who was not a Chief, but had more influence than many that were, placed his people on a little island in the Alabama river, near marired mouth of Noland creek, that makes into the river on the North or Autauga side, known as Moniac's Island.
Weatherford's people were Tuskegees. 10549 sex dating, placed their people not far above the Federal crossing fot the Catoma. Hossa Yoholo, a very white half-breed chief, and the son of a man by the name of Powell, I think, took shelter in the dense cane forest in the bend opposite Montgomery.
This man, from what I have learned, was one of the most reckless fighters in the nation. Ogillis Maeried, or Menauway, who was the principal leader at Horse Shoe, and at the time was supposed to be killed, carried his people near the falls of Cahawba, where he remained for more than a year after peace was made. This was the situation of those chiefs and their people about the time and shortly after General Jackson reached Franca Choka Chula, or the old French trading-house, fejale it was called by the Indians.
General Jackson, as if by intuition, seemed to know that Weatherford was no savage and much more than an ordinary man by nature, and treated him very kindly indeed. Savannah Jack, or, as he has been called by some, Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Jack, was not then as well known to the whites as many others.
He frequented the camp marrier much unnoticed, no doubt as he wished to Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female. Jackson, wanted land to pay for the trouble he had been at, and that the Big Warrior and others Vickssburg in favor of giving Old Mad Jackson, as they called him, as much land as he wanted. This Jack could not stand; he Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female to kill the Big Warrior and go to fighting the whites again.
It was soon understood that a hostile chief was in camp, making threats, Single naughty girls Stuttgart city the General wished to see him; but Jack disappeared.
He took his warriors from the cypress brake near Montgomery, went out to Catoma, where his women and children were, and there Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Francis and the Otisee chief.
Hoosa Yoholo left the bend of the river at Montgomery and joined Jack and his crowd, as also did McQueen and the Durants. The boy, Billy Powell, who was the grandson of one of Peter McQueen's sisters, was then a little boy, and was with this party. They Viclsburg put out for Femmale, and on their route they split among themselves. Jack and his people being Uchees and Sowanokas, called a halt on the Sepulga, about there and on the line of West Florida, where he remained until he went West.
As to the history of his stay in that Vicksburb, and what he did before he left, you have already had it. Butler and the others he killed, and those who made their escape. Turner Bynum, of North Carolina, and his son, J. Bynum, who has since represented the Halifax District, N. McQueen and the others went to East Florida. Sandy Durant died at Tampa Bay, not long after they reached marride country. Peter McQueen remained in Florida until after Gen. Jackson's campaign ofshortly after which he died on a little barren island on the Atlantic side of Cape Florida.
Hossa Yoholo, the white half-breed chief, died on Indian river, in East Florida, with a disease femmale his feet caused from an insect there known as the jigger. This I learned from a hostile negro who was raised with a family by the name of Powell, but in after times was known as Holmes' Ned. I knew Ned many years: I purchased him from our friend, Horse Shoe Ned, and he died mine.
I Loojing here Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female and account to you for an error that many have fallen into, about Billy Powell Country girl iso of ltr Oceola.
As I remarked before, this boy went with his uncle, McQueen, to Florida. I knew him well after that, and dor seen him frequently. Isaac Brown and myself, with a party of friendly Creeks and Uchees, made a prisoner, inand he was then but Vicksvurg lad. Brown is now living in Bozier Parish, this State, and well recollects the circumstance; for at the same time we captured Billy, we re-captured a white woman that was made a prisoner by the Indians at the massacre of Lieut.
Scott and his party, below the mouth Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Flint river. She was then a Mrs. Stuart, since a Mrs. Dill, of Fort Gaines, Ga.
This was at Osilla, and known as magried Mcintosh fight. This boy having gone to Florida at the same time that Hossa Yoholo went, then growing to be a man, and then being called Ussa Yoholo, or Black Drink, after the killing Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female Gen.
Thompson, those that had fema,e of the fighter Hossa Yoholo, of the old war, took Ussa Yoholo to be the same man. Besides, I know that Oceola, as he is called, was not a chief, nor ever femxle known to the Tallassees as such, until after the killing of Gen.
You see that it is generally the half-breeds and mixed-bloods that speak our language, that the whites get acquainted with; and if, in case of a little war or anything of the sort, one of those that the whites know, go off among the hostiles, he is by the whites dubbed a chief.
The Indians soon learn whom the whites look upon as being their leaders, and not being as ambitious of distinction as the whites generally Lookibg, when any talking or compromising is to be done, Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female persons are put forward.
Such was the case with Jim Henry and others, in Jim Henry was never a chief in his life.
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His mother was a Chehaw woman, and his father a Cuban Spaniard, and one of those deserters from St. The father of Jim was Antonio Rea. He once lived in Saundersville, Washington county, Ga. One of the others was Emanuel, though sometimes called Toney. He was the father of our Toney that killed George Bonner, in The other was Tom Peechin, known as Tom Pigeon. I saw an account, not long since, of Joe Pigeon, a half-breed Choctaw, being hanged in Mobile, for killing a cab-man.
His mother was no Choctaw; she was a Creek. Whenever you come to know the truth, you will find that it was our Joe. Old Tom, his father stopped at Pass Christian, and never went with the Indians to Arkansas, as I have heard; besides killing a man for a few dollars was just suited to Joe's morals.
Although Joe's father was a Catholic, and Joe a pupil of Mr. Compeer, his religious teachings did him but little good. I knew him well, and he was certainly one of the worst half-breeds I ever knew. When I commenced this, I had no idea of putting Joe Pigeon in it; but he has passed up among other old acquaintances, and so I have to let him in.
I will write something else, next time. Pickett, through your paper. Whether it reached you or not I do not know; if it did, and has been published, I would be glad to get the number of your paper that contains it, as I have promised a friend to let him have what I write to you and others, relative to Indian history, and the early settlement of Alabama. Your paper until within the last two months came more regularly than any I take; since that time, I seldom see or hear of a Montgomery Mail.
I do not recollect the last number of the Mail I did get. And that is why I cannot Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female the last number I received. But I recollect among the last numbers that I have seen, there was a sketch, I think, taken from a Boston paper, giving an account of the meeting of three Scotch brothers in Charleston, Mass. Some years before the Creek war, and when I was quite a youngster, I made occasional visits to the Ocmulgee river, which was then the line between the whites and Indians.
The Indians claimed half the river, and in spring or shad-catching time the Indians would flock from all parts of the nation in great numbers to the Ocmulgee. They could be seen at every shoal as high up the river as shad could run, down to the Altamaha, for the purpose of fishing. On one of my trips to Old Fort Hawkins, I became acquainted with an Indian countryman by the name of John Ward; and the first time I ever visited the Creek agency, which was then on Flint River, was in company with Ward, an old uncle of mine, and one Andrew McDougald.
Hawkins was then holding a council with some chiefs from various parts of the nation. I met with Ward occasionally from that time until the war commenced. Floyd moved his troops to Flint River, Ward was the interpreter for the officer that was in command at Fort Manning.
He then came into Gen. Floyd's camp, and remained with the army until Edinburg North Dakota woman for sex reached tile Chattahoochee, and commenced building Fort Mitchell.
He was often sent out with Nimrod Doyle as a spy. There was also an Indian countryman along by the name of Bob Moseley. Moseley's wife was the niece of Peter McQueen. Ward's wife was a relation of Daniel McDonald, more generally known to the whites as Daniel McGillivray, and both of their wives were then with the hostile Indians. Ward and Moseley seemed willing to risk any and everything to forward the movements of the army, in order to reach the neighborhood of their families.
There was a detachment of soldiers sent out to Uchee creek, to throw up a breastwork. I was one of the party, and among the rest was a Baptist preacher by the name of Elisha Moseley, a very sensible and most excellent man at that, and as grave as men ever Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female to be; for he could pray all night and fight all day, or pray all day and fight all night, just as it came to his turn to do either; and this preacher Beautiful couples searching nsa Tuscaloosa Alabama a brother to Bob Moseley, the Indian countryman.
While at this breastwork, one night, by a campfire, I listened to Elijah Moseley inquiring into his brother's motives for leaving a white family and making his home among a tribe of savages. The preacher then commenced making some enquiry into Ward's history. Ward informed him that his father had Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female him into the Creek nation near where Oweatumka or Wetumpka now stands, when he Ward was a child, and shortly after died, and that he recollected very little of his father; that he had been raised by Daniel McDonald, or McGillivray, as he Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female commonly called; that he heard McDonald say that his father was a Georgian, and had left a wife and children in that State.
Ward's history, as far as it went, soon became known in the camp; and some one in the camp, that had heard of Ward's father quitting his family and disappearing with one of his children, and knowing something of the Wards in Georgia, looked at John Ward and said, from the near resemblance of him and a Georgia Ward, they must be brothers. The Georgia brother was written to, and in a Horny in antioch.
Sexual encounters ads weeks, made his appearance in camp. In this time, the Indian Ward, from exposure, had fallen sick, and was very low. They proved to be twin brothers.
A very intimate acquaintance of yours messed with me at the time, and Ward frequently messed with us. Arnold Seals, of Macon county, Ala. Ward died in one of the tents of Adams' riflemen, and Elijah Moseley was his nurse. The most feeling Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female talk I ever heard dropped from the lips of Elijah Moseley, in a soldier's tent, Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female the death of John Ward. Ward left one son. John, though raised among Indians, spoke our language very well.
John's mother was a Tuskegee. He was entitled to a half section of land, under the treaty, and was enrolled among the Tuskegees. He was a floater, under the treaty, but by the permission of Col.
Collins, of Macon county, and myself, he located him a tract in the fork of Coosa and Tallapoosa. I think he sold to Col. The Indian countryman, John Ward, died in His remains rest on the hill just above old Fort Mitchell.
Hawkins used to call him Timor Bob, and said he was as brave, if not the bravest man he ever knew. He was the interpreter for Col. Joe Hutchinson is living, he can give you a full history of that affair; and if dead, a letter, in the hand writing of Col. Hawkins, may be found among his papers, detailing the history of the whole matter. On the hill where rest the remains of these men I have mentioned, as well as many others that I could name, moulders the right arm of Lieut.
Charles Williamson, at Fort Mitchell. Those things are as fresh in my memory almost as when they occurred at least, much more so than many things that Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female occurred long since. I will close this by saying to you, that I wrote another letter to Col. I would give more to see him and Lewis Tyus than I would to read all the speeches that have been spoken and all the letters that have been written on Kansas affairs.
In the spring ofthe writer was in Gen. Jackson's army, in Florida, consisting of near 4, men, including regulars commanded by Gen. Gaines; Georgia militia commanded by Gen. Glascock; the Tennessee horsemen and friendly Indians under Gen. While marching on between St. Marks, and Sewannee Town, distance about one hundred miles, on Sunday, the 12th day of April, we discovered fresh signs of Indians.
McIntosh, with his command of Creek Indians, pursued them. The main army, as was our habit, lay down in the grass to rest and await Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female return. Very soon Mcintosh overtook them, and the battle commenced in hearing of us, probably a mile off. We could hear the firing of guns, which continued for some time. Well I remember an express borne from Mcintosh.
Mcintosh and Woodward soon returned to our camp with Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female prisoners, consisting of women and children, and a white woman to our surprise.
This woman is still living in or about Fort Gaines. She was then Mrs. Stuart, and afterwards married John Dill, of Fort Gaines, who died a few years since. For the particulars of her capture by the Indians and recapture Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female McIntosh and Woodward, I refer Better first dates - Horny women in Barrington, RI the enclosed letter, Looking for lonely Vicksburg married female I have just received from Gen.
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