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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Georgia, (search)
Ship James, Captain Yoakly, first ship to sail up the Savannah and unload at the town......May, 1733 Treaty of Oglethorpe with lower Creek, Uchee, and Yamacraw Indians, who agree ever to protect the English and restore runaway negroes, receiving for each four blankets and two guns, or an equivalent......May 21, 1733 Ten ers of Oconee River......May 31, 1783 Legislature convenes at Augusta......July 8, 1783 Franklin and Washington counties laid out on land ceded by the Creek Indians......February, 1784 Executive council notified of ratification by Congress of treaty of peace with Great Britain......March 1, 1784 Land court opened at Augorship in St. Paul's church, Augusta, on the first national Thanksgiving under the constitution......Nov. 26, 1789 Colonel Willet gains the confidence of Creek Indians, and Alexander McGillivray, son of a Scotchman by a half-breed Creek, an enemy to the Americans and acknowledged head of the Creeks; McGillivray with eight warrio