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Muscogee (Creek) and Cherokee Nations history

Resources related to the history of the Muscogee (Creek) and Cherokee Nations in the West Georgia region.

Artwork

Chief McIntosh materials

Chief William McIntosh, also known as Tustunegee Hutkee (White Warrior), was born approx. 1775-1778. He grew up in Coweta Town, presently known as Columbus, Georgia, where he became chief of the Cowetas, a Lower Creek Tribe.
 

The murder of Chief McIntosh: an historical play / by Benjamin Griffith ; edited by J. Caleb Boyd and Pauline D. Gagnon

 

Photos

Archival Collections 

Government Documents

Links to the Catalog record of primary sources held in Special Collections.

Maps

Printed Materials

Links to the Catalog record of sources held in Special Collections.