1822 Native Americans Lose Title to Any Land In Georgia - Gov't Pamphlet
Titles to any and all land in the state of Georgia have been extinguished for any Native American tribe. This was read in front of the House of Representatives Committee on Public Land. It was read and decided upon three days after the reading of the message concerning the loss of title to all lands in the burgeoning United States. This is a delicate but important historical document.
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