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I have quite a bit of information on the McIntosh Creeks and as I make it accessible I will place it here for you to use in your research.
This information is compiled from the late Waldo Emerson "Dode" McIntosh library generously made available by his son Chinnubbie McIntosh.
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Muskogee: Kasihta Migration into what is now Georgia
The Three Plantations of Rebecca Hagerty, Catherine Willison, and Delilah Drew
Benjamin Hawkins: Progenitor of a Mixed Creek Family in East Texas
Jane (Yar-dar-we-chee) McIntosh
Hastain's Township Plats of the Creek Nation
McIntosh Reserve, from "Carroll County and Her People"
United States Department of the Interior "Definition of Indian"
Mission work among the Creeks 1832-1888
Joseph Islands, Black Baptist Preacher, Indian Territory
Letters, Treaties and Documents from early Georgia
Brief History of the Five Tribes, from the desk of Dode McIntosh
Murder of General William McIntosh, from the desk of Dode McIntosh
The Trial of John Crowell, Indian Agent, from the desk of Dode McIntosh
Battle of Burnt Corn, good summary
Some Creek Families
Federal Schools of Indian Territory, 1901-1905
Harriet Portwood Turner-Corbin, Papers from the desk of
Harriet Portwood Turner-Corbin, Images from the desk of
Cattle Brands & Bank Checks from Indian Territory
Correspondence in the Creek Nation
Correspondence, D.N. McIntosh to G.W. Grayson
Mildred McIntosh-Childers Interview
Mrs. C.J. Hindman Interview
Mary MacKey Willison Interview
Mollie Boulton-McIntosh Interview
The Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation vs The United States
William F. McIntosh Cemetery located in Indian Territory
Biography of Rev. William F. McIntosh
Biography of Tuskeneha, Uncle to Chief William McIntosh
"Indian Territory: It's Chiefs, Legislators and Leading Men" by O'Beirne
Woodward Reminiscences; The Creek Nation in Georgia and Alabama
"Indian Territory & Descriptive Biographical and Genealogical" by Gideon
"Notable Men of Indian Territory ..." by Dewitz
Photographs of People and Places
Chilocco Indian School, Alumni Records