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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Petition by Chiefs of twelve towns to Governor and Council of Georgia Native Americans, Cherokee 4026.5435-.1
Plat of 160 acres drawn by Elizabeth Cunningham from the State of Georgia Native Americans, Cherokee 5126.491
Opinion of Chief Justice Marshall in Worcester vs. the State of Georgia case Samuel Austin Worcester American 3426.2410
A Map of Louisiana and of the River Mississippi John Senex 39.557
A New & Accurate Map of the Provinces of North & South Carolina, Georgia, &cc. Emanuel Bowen 39.646
A New Map of Georgia with Part of Carolina, Florida, and Louisiana Emanuel Bowen Creek 3976.654
General map of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia Laurie & Whittle Creek 3976.655
Map of the United States, Northern Mexico, and southern British America George W. Boynton 3916.214
Map of the eastern United States Samuel Augustus Mitchell Creek 3926.115
Map Showing Routes of Emigrating Indians Grant Foreman 39.567
Map of the United States and Territories D. McClelland, D. McClelland Creek 3926.707
Map of North Carolina and South Carolina Henry Mouzon 3976.553
Carte des États-Unis d’Amérique French Thierry 3976.554
An Accurate Map of Louisiana and the Territory in Dispute between the English and French George Rollos 3976.555
Strand of glass beads Unidentified Native American; Cherokee, Eastern (artist and user) 57.123 glass, hemp
Handwritten text of a sermon delivered at New Echota and Park Hill American 4026.8418 ink on paper
Diary of Reverend S. A. Worcester, including letter to Mr. Boudinot Samuel Austin Worcester, Elias Boudinot American 3626.207-.7 ink on paper
Letter from Ann Orr Worcester in New Echota to Reverend Thomas Savage Ann Orr Worcester American 3826.2847-.2 ink on paper
Letter from S.A. Worcester to sister and a note from "A.W." Samuel Austin Worcester American 3826.2843-.3 ink on paper
A certificate of sale of a lot in Clarksville, Georgia from Thomas A. Word to John Bryan for Twelve Dollars Native American, Cherokee 4026.254 ink on paper