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CHEROKEE PHOENIX AND INDIANS' ADVOCATE
Wednesday April 22, 1829
Vol. II, no. 6
Page 3, col. 1a-1b

We have received a letter, signed by three citizens of Hickory Log District, which assures us that emigration by enrolment has but few advocates, if any.  We have had, thus far, official accounts of the feelings of the people in regard to this subject, from Oougillogy, in the District of Coosewaytee, from Turkey Town, in the District of Chattooga; from Highwassee Town-house, in the District of Aquohee, and from Hickory Log.  Meetings have been held in other places, the results of which have been the same as those above.- though we have not been favoured [sic] with official accounts.