... have good fences; the temporary, three pole fences of the town are made every spring, or repaired in a slovenly manner. ... These are good, with oak, hard- shelled hickory and pine: they extend two miles to Che-luc-in-ti-getuh, a small creek five feet wide, bordering on the town. ... Popple. map. (pl. 4). The census of 1832 enumerated five bands of Coweta Indians, as follows: Koochkalecha town, 276anbsp;...
|Title||:||Early History of the Creek Indians and Their Neighbors|
|Author||:||John Reed Swanton|