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Collection C.H. Warren illustration of the burning of the Yazoo Act
Object Name Drawing
Title "Burning of the Yazoo Act," 1914
Description Warren, C.H.
Burning of the Yazoo Act
"[The details of the appearance of the Old State House were furnished by Mr. William Flemming, of Jefferson County. The man with the burning glass in his hand is James Jackson; next to him stands Thomas Glascock; Then John Milledge. The man on the right is William Few, while Jared Irwin stands behind the messenger. David B. Mitchell stands behind Jackson, and Peter Early behind Few. Benjamin Talaiferro, David Meriwether, and David Emanuel were also present on this occasion]"
"Original Drawing, "Burning of the Yazoo Act, February, 1797." Copyrighted by University Publishing Co. Presented to the Georgia Historical Society by Lawton B. Evans, February 12, 1914"
Date 1914, circa
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Catalog Number MS 1675-01-01-01
People Warren, C.H.
Jackson, James, 1757-1806
Subjects Georgia--History--1783-1865
Georgia--Politics and government--1775-1865
Jackson, James, 1757-1806
Political corruption--Georgia
Warren, C.H.
Yazoo Fraud, 1795--Drawings
Ink drawings
Print size 13" x 13"