A Compendium of Births,
Deaths, Publications, Awards, and Other Events in Mississippi’s
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Speech, on the Bill "For the Relief of Jefferson College," Delivered in the House of Representatives, of the State of Mississippi, December, 1830, by ... a Representative from the County of Adams, by J.F.H. Claiborne (Cadet Office)
In the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, the Choctaw cede all of their lands east of the Mississippi River and agree to move to Oklahoma.
On behalf of the Chickasaws, King Ishtehotopah signs the Treaty of Pontotoc in which the Chickasaw cede all their lands east of the Mississippi River and agree to relocate to Oklahoma, thus opening northern Mississippi to white settlers.
Attala County, Mississippi, is formed, named after the fictional heroine of the novel Atala by French writer François René de Chateaubriand published in 1801.
Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, Etc. in the First Half Century of the Republic: By a Native Georgian, by Augustus Baldwin Longstreet (Southern Recorder Office)