1830 Map of Cherokee Territory in Georgia

Improvements to Annexed Cherokee Lands

List of the improvements, with the proprietors’ names, on lands ceded by the Cherokees to the United States, by the treaty of the 6th of May, 1828, with the appraised value, &c. annexed.

 

No. 11 Cricket
1 cabin $10.00

No. 12 Too-so-woolater
9 ½ acres land 66.75
60 bearing and 29 small peach trees 74.75
4 cabins 70.00
$211.50
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 10.00
$201.50

No. 13 Stamper
8 ¾ acres land 61.25
28 bearing and 56 small peach trees 45.00
3 cabins 26.00
$132.75
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 3.00
$129.75

No. 14 The Wolf
2 ¾ acres of land 19.25
13 peach trees 14.62 ½
2 cabins 14.00
$47.87 ½
Deduct for fencing 2.50
$45.37 ½

No. 15 George Haley
10 acres land 70.00
40 bearing and 60 small peach trees 60.00
3 cabins and logs hewn for another 16 feet sqr 26.00
$156.00
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 5.00
$151.00

No. 16 John Timberleg
1 acre land 7.00
1 cabin 14.00
$21.00

No. 17 Peggy Lovelt
12 acres land 84.00
20 bearing peach trees 22.50
6 apple trees 4.50
4 cabins 20.00
$131.00
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 10.00
$121.00

No. 18 Levi Rogers
1 cabin $20.00

No. 19 Public
15 acres land 90.00
3 cabins 20.00
$110.00
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 20.00
$90.00

No. 20 Che-co-a, or widow Drew
6 acres land 42.00
4 peach trees 1.00
2 cabins 14.00
$57.00
Deduct for fencing 4.00
$53.00


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

Collection:
Senate Document 403 24th Congress 1st Session. United States Government. 1835.

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