|Title:||The removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia. By Wilson Lumpkin. Including his speeches in the United States Congress on the Indian question, as representative and senator of Georgia; his official correspondence on the removal of the Cherokees during his two terms as governor of Georgia, and later as United States commissioner to the Cherokees, 1827-1841, together with a sketch of his life and conduct while holding many public offices under the government of Georgia and the United States, prior to 1827, and after 1841 ...|
|Author:||Lumpkin, Wilson, 1783-1870|
|Note:||Wormsloe [Ga.] Priv. print.; New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1907|
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|Subject:||Georgia -- History|
|Subject:||United States -- Politics and government -- 1815-1861|
|Call number:||E99.C5 L9|
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