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John Quincy Adams Land Grant, 1826, From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Creek Council House Museum Association (A)
1p, vellum, 9.25 x 14.75 in. Washington, DC, 1 December 1826. Signed J.Q. Adams as President (1825-1829) and George Graham as Land Commissioner. For just over eighty acres near "Tuskaloosa," Alabama to Robert Galloway (assignee of John W. Lane).

This would have been just as Tuscaloosa was being built up as the new capital of Alabama, a status it held for two decades. Unfortunately, we do not find any record of Robert Galloway in the census just after this purchase.


Provenance:  
Property of the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma


Condition:  
Recently framed and glazed. Not removed from frame for examination. Usual folds evident. Surface soil along top. Short split on fold on right at top.
Est $300 - $500
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Seminole Man's Beaded Sash From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Lot # - Seminole Man's Beaded Sash From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
thread-sewn and beaded on brown wool in colors of white, pea green, orange, pink. yellow, and light blue; three finger-woven red wool ribbons hand from each end of sash; wool ribbons edge beaded in white beads and finished with full pompom tassels, total length 112 in. late 19th century > Item Details
Apache Beaded Cane From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Lot # - Apache Beaded Cane From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
thread-sewn using bead colors of rose, amber, white, and bottle green; beaded string fringe decorates the collar and shaft; rifle casing ferrule, length 37 in. ca 1900 > Item Details
Creek Hickory Stickball Sticks From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Lot # - Creek Hickory Stickball Sticks From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
lot of 4 pairs of bentwood hickory stick, some with hide thong wrappings; twisted sinew netting; lengths 33.5 to 38.75 in. early 20th century > Item Details
Southeastern Triple Coin Silver Gorget and Armband From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Lot # - Southeastern Triple Coin Silver Gorget and Armband From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
lot of 2, including three graduated coin silver crescents each rocker stamped along edges; thick wire connects gorgets, length of gorgets 2 in. x 6 in.; 1.75 in. x 5 in. and 1.5i n. x 4.5 in.; AND a coin silver armband decorated in a similar fashion, width 1.5 in. x diameter 3.75 in. 19th century > Item Details
Creek Baskets From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Lot # - Creek Baskets From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
lot of 2, including a riddle-style weave basket known as Esyokv, heigh8.5 in. x width 14.5 in. x length 15 in.; AND a "Fanner Basket" or winnowing basket, length 22 in. x 14.25 in. 20th century > Item Details
Creek Walking Stick with Silver Snake From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Lot # - Creek Walking Stick with Silver Snake From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
simple cane decorated with a silver snake wrapped around shaft; thimble ferrule, length 34.5 in. 19th century > Item Details
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