Item #124762 The Removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia : Including His Speeches in the United States Congress on the Indian Question. His Official Correspondence on the Removal of the Cherokees During His Two Terms of Governor of Georgia, and Later As United States Commissioner to the Cherokees, 1827-1841. Cherokee, Wilson Lumpkin.
The Removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia : Including His Speeches in the United States Congress on the Indian Question. His Official Correspondence on the Removal of the Cherokees During His Two Terms of Governor of Georgia, and Later As United States Commissioner to the Cherokees, 1827-1841.

The Removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia : Including His Speeches in the United States Congress on the Indian Question. His Official Correspondence on the Removal of the Cherokees During His Two Terms of Governor of Georgia, and Later As United States Commissioner to the Cherokees, 1827-1841.

1907. Privately Printed -- Dodd, Mead & Company, Wormsloe, 1907.

2 vols. Large 8vo, 369; 328 pp. Frontispieces of Lumpkin in both vols. Maroon cloth, backstrips lettered in gilt. A square, sound set, backstrips a little sunned, light rubbing to the corners boards, internally clean. Very good.

§ Limited edition of 500 copies. "The two-volume manuscript of this work was completed in 1852, although publication was not undertaken until 1907, with the actual printing being done at the press of the Savannah Morning News... [Lumpkin] was a Congressman from Georgia (1827-1831), governor of Georgia (1831-1835), and in 1835 was appointed by President Andrew Jackson the first United State Commissioner under the Cherokee Treaty. For a period of ten years he was thus continuously and intimately concerned with the 'Indian Question' and the removal of the Cherokees." Larwood, Georgia, 1800-900, Series 10, p. 227. No.255. Howes L 567. Item #124762

Price: $500.00

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