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Creek Indian history (1938)

by W. B. Hodgson, Benjamin Hawkins, J E D Shipp

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Do not confuse this three-section work with Creek Indian History by George Stiggins, ed. Virginia Pounds Brown.
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Pedantry, bombast,
Colonel Hawkins' scribblings:
So much for the Creeks.
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