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. 321 John Drew
9 acres land 72.00
14 peach trees 15.75
1 well 25.00
1 ferry flat 35.00
2 acres land 12.00
3 cabins 35.00
194.75
Deduct for fencing 4.00
$190.75
No. 321 Improvement Cr.
20 small apple trees $15.00

No. 322 Walter Webber
4 acres land 32.00
3 cabins 50.00
1 c. gin frame 17.50
$99.50

No. 323 Fire-carrier
¼ acres land 2.00
1 cabin 3.00
$5.00

No. 324 Samuel Decent
5 acres land 30.00
3 peach trees 3.37 ½
2 cabins 12.00
45.37 ½
Deduct for fence 10.00
$35.37 ½

No. 325 Perfume
10 ¾ acres land 77.00
28 peach trees 31.50
5 cabins 21.00
129.50
Deduct for fence 10.75
$118.75

No. 326 Dennis Chisholm's wife
4 acres land 24.00
2 cabins 16.00
$40.00

No. 327 George Morris
5 acres land 40.00
7 ½ acres land 60.00
120 apple trees 90.00
25 small peach trees 6.25
28 large peach trees 31.50
4 cabins 48.00
$265.75

No. 328 Bull-catcher
4 acres land 28.00
25 peach trees 28.12 ½
4 cabins and 1 set H. logs 28.00
$84.12 ½

No. 329 Quatu Graves
6 ¼ acres land 43.75
5 large and 1 small peach trees 5.87 ½
3 cabin 20.00
$69.62 ½

No. 330 Thomas Graves
13 ½ acres land 94.50
4 ¾ acres land 28.50
31 peach trees 38.87 ½
6 cabins 70.00
$231.87 ½


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

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

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