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References for Blount Collection

 

BONNER COLLECTION

Folder "McIntosh" An inventory of property (13 pages) for Chief McIntosh taken on April 30, 1825. A typed text of an article "The MacINTOSHES", by John Bartlett Meserve, from The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 10, Number 3. A copy of "The Family of Chief William McINTOSH," by Dr. James C. Bonner, from the Carroll County Historical, Spring and Summer 1968 issue. Folder "McIntosh 1955" 25 letters (30 pages) to and from Prof. James C. Bonner concerning history and stories of the McIntosh family. These letters were written in calendar year 1955. Folder "McIntosh 1956-1957" 11 letters and 1 postcard to and from Prof. James C. Bonner concerning history and stories of the McIntosh family. These letters were written in calendar years 1956 and 1957. Folder "McIntosh 1958-1959" 5 letters to and from Prof. James C. Bonner concerning history and stories of the McIntosh family. These letters were written in calendar years 1958 and 1959.

HAM, ANNABELLE SANFORD COLLECTION

"Day Book of Mrs. Mary E. Blount." Sanford - Blount family papers, 1794-1897, 168 Items.

CLOSED STACKS

Baldwin County Georgia: 1820 and 1850 Census. Chief WM. McIntosh Jr. By Harriet T. Corbin. Columbus on the Chattahoochee, by Etta Blanchard Worley. References to Fort Mitchell, Rev. William Capers and the Asbury mission and the McIntosh family. Cotton to Kaolin: A History of Washington County, Georgia 1784-1989. Washington County Historical Society. History of Baldwin County, By Mrs. Anna Maria (Green) Cook. Biographies; the Sanford Family, page 440-443, McIntosh pedigree, page 363-366, Hon. Joel Crawford, page 307-308, The History of Hancock County, Georgia, Vol II, by Elizabeth Wiley Smith. Page 137; Sanford, John W. A. Page 137-38; Blount, Richard A. The Milledgeville Cemetery Index. Mrs. Henry Dawson Allen, editor. Blount, R. A. and Mrs. Mary Edmonds Blount, page 12. Sanford, John W. A. and Marianna Ridley (Blount) Sanford, page 106. Tax Returns for Baldwin County, 1807-1823.

 

CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS

American State Papers: Indian Affairs, Vol. II of III, Documents, Legislative and Executive of the Congress of the United States, edited by Walter Lowrie, Walter S. Franklin and Mathew St. Clair Clarke. Washington D.C.: Gales and Seaton, 1832. U. S. Congress, House, Select Committee, Georgia Controversy, report prepared by Mr. Everett. 19th Cong., 2d sess., 1827. Report No. 98. U. S. Congress, House, Select Committee, Report and Resolution of the Legislature of Georgia with Accompanying Documents. 19th Cong., 2d sess., 1827, Document No. 59.

 

GEORGIA STATE DOCUMENTS

Acts of the General Assembly of Georgia passed in Extra Session May and June, 1825. Milledgeville: Camak and Ragland, 1825. Acts of the General Assembly of Georgia passed in November and December, 1826. Milledgeville: Camak and Ragland, 1826.
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