Cover Page

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pp. 1-1

Title Page

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pp. 2-5

Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Preface

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pp. vii-x

This book has been in progress for many years. I have found reading and studying the old colonial script to be maddening and yet very rewarding. Colonial writing is often very clear and legible, but sometimes it is little more than chicken scratch. The asides and anecdotes can be fascinating, though some are not related to the subject matter being researched. ...

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Foreword

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pp. xi-xvi

In this work Amos J. Wright Jr. gives an extraordinarily informative and useful compilation of historic Indian towns lying within the present limits of the state of Alabama. In preparing this work, Wright builds on a foundation laid down by a number of distinguished scholars. ...

Maps Referenced

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pp. xvii-xviii

Abbreviations

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pp. xix-xx

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Historic Indian Towns

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pp. 1-188

This Upper Creek town was first listed in the narratives in a 1725 census taken by the South Carolina trader Charlesworth Glover. “Abccoocky” was one of eight towns in the Abiehka district and had a population of 120. The Abiehka district was the northernmost group of the Upper Creeks (Salley 1931, 32:241–42). ...

Appendix

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pp. 189-224

References

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pp. 225-239