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Cherokee Phoenix and Indians' Advocate
Wednesday July 1, 1829
Vol. II, no. 13F
Page 2, col. 3c

 THE CREEKS.  By a gentleman from Montgomery we have been informed that, on Tuesday the 2nd instant, he was 600 emigrating Indians passing through Pike County, on their way to Line Creek, where they are to join another party under the command of Capt. Walker. The whole, when assembled, it is supposed will amount to more than 1500.  They are to proceed immediately to the west, under the charge of Capt. Walker and Mr. Blake.  We may now confidently look forward to the speedy acquisition of the delightful and valuable territory possessed by this miserable race.
        Ala. Int.