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A Roll of the Census of the Creek Nation West of the Mississippi River the 30th September 1833.

TownsCreek IndiansWhite PeopleCherokee IndiansFree BlacksSlavesTotal
Males
over 16
years
Females
over 16
years
Males
under 16
years
Females
under 16
years
MalesFemalesMalesFemalesMalesFemalesMalesFemales
Coweta62794847221
329087423
Broken Arrow657355349




5040326
Taladugu76544128





2824251
Ufaula43452318





11131
Chow wockolu?32341314

1


1
95
New York12151013







50
Wockokoy1916761


3
3530117
Sand Town26261510







77
Canada35381413







100
Hitchita443429251




2013166
Coiga36371612





109120
Big Spring8280523712


322012300
Oaketta Ockney715636191




1211206
Towo coto?2721108





3170
Hatchu Chubbu12753







27
Total6426153742872622
942702282459

This part of the Creek nation numbered near three thousand, three years ago, and they are on the decline ever since their arrival here; from the prevailing diseases of the country; there are not more than a fourth of the Indian Children that were born in this country that is now living; there is a great want of medical assistance wanting here; for the first two or three years after the emigrants reached this country; so that they could be rendered all the necessary medical aid, until their Constitutions, would get formed and a---tated to the climate.
Western Creek Agency

Jno Campbell
Agent Creeks