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. 391 Standing Wolf
30 large and 4 small peach trees $34.75

No. 392 Jack Sevier
1 ½ acres land 9.00
14 ½ acres land 114.00
27 peach trees 30.37 ½
1 cabin 10.00
$163.37 ½

No. 393 Little Charles
4 ¼ acres land 25.50
4 ¼ acres land 34.00
14 peach trees 15.75
3 cabins 30.00
$105.25

No. 394 Jack Girty
1 ¼ acres land 7.50
4 acres land 32.00
2 cabins 20.00
59.50
Deduct for fence 2.00
$57.50

No. 395 Obscene
5 ½ acres land 38.50
10 peach trees 9.25
4 cabins 24.00
$71.75

No. 396 Qua-lu-ki
5 ¾ acres land 46.00
29 large and 5 small peach trees 33.87 ½
4 cabins 40.00
$119.87 ½

No. 397 R. Che-la
2 ½ acres land 15.00
12 large and 7 small peach trees 15.25
10 apple trees 15.00
3 cabins 24.00
$69.25

No. 398 John Crossland
31 ½ acres land 250.00
165 peach trees 82.50
1 nursery 3.50
9 cabins 81.00
1 horse mill 100.00
$517.00

No. 399 Charles Coody
25 acres land 175.00
3 cabins 40.00
$215.00

No. 400 Bob-tail
3 acres land 18.00
1 cabin 8.00
26.00
Deduct for fence 3.00
$23.00


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

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

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