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A tour through the southern and western…

A tour through the southern and western territories of the United States… (1792)

by John Pope

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On the first day of June, 1790, I took my Departure from the City of Richmond, with an Intention of visiting the Western Regions of Kentuckey, and exploring the Spanish Dominions of Louisiana and the two Floridas; as also the Territories of the Creek Nation, now under the Governance of Alexander M'Gillivray, Esq ; who from the concurrent Approbation which he hath merited and received from the whole Nation, may, with Propriety, be said to hold imperial Power, having many Kings and Princes subordinate to him. 
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