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. 471 George Mackey
1 acre land 10.00
2 cabins 25.00
2 apple trees 1.50
$36.50

No. 472 Samuel Mackey
20 acres land 200.00
3 acres land 9.00
30 apple trees 22.50
1 peach nursery 1.50
4 cabins 98.00
$331.00

Dr.
No. 471 and 472 Improvement Cr.
350 peach scions at 3 cents each 10.50
30 apple scions at 25 cents each 7.50
36 larger size, 50 cents each 18.00
8 peach trees in garden 8.00
1 large lot and 900 rails 9.00
1 acre cleared and fenced land 10.00
Clearing around plantation 12.50

No. 473 Geo. Owl
9 acres land 63.00
17 young peach trees 2.00
2 cabins 15.00
$80.00

No. 474 John Owl
10 acres land 70.00
26 young peach trees 3.00
3 cabins 24.00
$97.00

No. 475 John (Shawnee)
9 acres land 63.00
7 peach trees 1.00
1 cabin 10.00
$74.00

No. 476 Shalloo
3 acres land 21.00
1 small cabin 8.00
$29.00

No. 477 Thomas Hinum
6 acres land 36.00
3 cabins 30.00
$66.00

No. 478 John Bagg's children
25 acres land 100.00
Deduct for fencing 34.00
$66.00

No. 479 Gun-cap
1 cabin 6.00
2 acres land 14.00
$20.00

No. 480 Cornstalk village
19 acres land 133.00
3 cabins 18.00
151.00
Deduct for fence 19.00
$132.00


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

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

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