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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Georgia, (search)
, 1801 Georgia cedes her western territory to the United States for $1,250,000 and stipulation that the Indian title to lands in Georgia should be extinguished by United States, but no time for completion of contract is specified......April 24, 1802 Treaty at Washington; Creek Indians cede land between Oconee and Ocmulgee to the United States......Nov. 14, 1805 First session of legislature at Milledgeville, the new capital......1807 Battle between Georgia volunteers under Col. Daniel Newman and Lotchaway and Alligator Indians in east Florida......Oct. 5, 1812 Attack and destruction of Auttose towns by 950 Georgia militia under General Floyd, and battle with Creeks on Tallapoosa River; Indian loss, .200 killed; Americans, eleven killed, fifty-four wounded......Nov. 29, 1813 General Floyd repulses a large body of Creek Indians at Camp Defiance, 48 miles west of the Chattahoochee, after a loss of seventeen killed and 132 wounded......Jan. 27, 1814 Treaty ceding terr