TABLE OF CONTENTS: HISTORY OF ALABAMA AND INCIDENTALLY OF GEORGIA AND MISSISSIPPI

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HISTORY OF ALABAMA
AND INCIDENTALLY OF GEORGIA AND MISSISSIPPI

by

ALBERT JAMES PICKETT

with  annotations and illustrations
by
Terry W. Platt
Creative Content
© Copyright 2018, 2019 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

CONTENTS

Preface

I. De Soto in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi

II. The Aborigines of Alabama and the Surrounding States

III. The Modern Indian of Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi

IV. Mobilians, Chatots, Thomes and Tensas

V. The Choctaws and Chickasaws

VI. The Cherokees

VII. Ancient Mounds and Fortifications in Alabama

VIII. Tne French in Alabama and Mississippi

IX. The Colony of Louisiana Granted to Crozat

X. The India or Mississippi Company

XI. Terrible Massacre at Natchez

XII. The English in Georgia

XIII. Jesuit Priests or Missionaries

X I V. The French Battles upon the Tombigby

X V. Bienville Leaves the Colony — His Character

XVI. Horrible Death of Beaudrot and the Swiss Soldiers

XVII. Bossu’s Visits to the French Forts upon the Alabama and Tombigby Rivers

XVIII. The Occupation Of Alabama and Mississippi by the English

XIX. Hardships of the Early Emigrants

X X. Journey of Bartram through Alabama

XXI. An Account of the McGillivray Family — The Revolutionary War

XXII. Extreme Perils and Sufferings of the Natchez Refugees

XXIII. The Spaniards in Alabama and Mississippi

XXIV. Bloody Scenes in Alabama and Georgia

XXV. The Deep Intrigues of McGillivray

XXVI. The First Yazoo Sale— Bowles, the Freebooter

XXVII. Singular Inhabitants of Alabama

XXVIII. Death of McGillivray— Bloody Scenes

XXIX. The French Minister, Genet— His Designs Upon the Southwest

XXX. The Second Yazoo Sale

XXXI. The Americans in Alabama and Mississippi

XXXII. Governor Troup, or the Mcintosh Family — Incidents in the Mississippi Territory

XXXIII. The Arrest, of Aaron Burr in Alabama

XXXIV. St. Stephens — Huntsville — Indian Commerce — Kemper Expeditions

XXXV. Tecumseh— Civil War Among the Creeks

XXXVI. Battle of Burnt Corn — Arrival of Gen. Claiborne’s Army

XXXVII. Terrible Massacre at Fort Mims

XXXVIII. Daring of lleaton— Bloody Scenes — Gainesand the Choctaws

XXXIX. Battles of Tallaseliatchie, Talladega and Auttose

XL. Remarkable Canoe Fight — Battle of Holy Ground — March to Cahaba Old Towns

XLI. Battles of Emuckfau, Enitachopco and Calebee

XLII. Battle of the Horse-Shoe — Weatherford Surrenders Him- self at Fort Jackson

XLII. Treaty of Fort Jackson — Attack upon Mobile Point — March upon Tuscaloosa

XLIV. The British Take Mobile Point— Peace Declared— The Alabama Territory

XLV. Modern French Colony in Alabama, or the Vine and Olive Company

XLVI. Last Territorial Legislature— State Convention

XLVII. The First Legislature of the State of Alabama — Governor Bibb

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