[M234, roll 236, frame 371]
A Roll of the Census of the Creek Nation West of the Mississippi River the 30th September 1833.
|Towns||Creek Indians||White People||Cherokee Indians||Free Blacks||Slaves||Total|
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
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