This image is a map of the state of Alabama showing the locations of Indian lands and the transfer of their lands between 1802-1835. The Indian tribes shown on the map are Chickasaw, Choctaw, Cherokee, and Creek. The information on the land transfers is taken from The 18th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology — 1896-’97. The land transfers from different tribes in different years are represented by different pattens of shading. The tribe names and years are hand-written on a printed outline of the state of Alabama. “MP 0460” is printed at the lower right corner of the map. The map is not encapsulated and is in a very good condition.
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