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Georgia's Indian Treaties

This list is not complete. Treaties signed with the Creek and Cherokee that did not directly involve the state of Georgia have not been included.

  1. Creek Treaty, May 20, 1733 (May 21?)
  2. Creek Treaty, November 10, 1763
  3. Long Swamp Treaty May 30, 1783 (Cherokee)
  4. Treaty of Hopewell, November 28, 1785 (Cherokee)
  5. Treaty of New York, August 7, 1790 (Cherokee)
  6. Treaty of the Holston, June 26, 1794 (Cherokee)
  7. Treaty with the Creeks, June 29, 1796
  8. Treaty with the Cherokee, October 2, 1798 (ratified April 30, 1802)
  9. Treaty of Fort Wilkinson, June 6, 1802 (Creek)
  10. Treaty of Tellico (Blockhouse) October 24, 1804 (Cherokee)
  11. Treaty of Fort Jackson August 9, 1814
  12. Treaty with the Cherokee, March 22, 1816 (2 treaties were signed)
  13. Treaty of 1816, September 14, 1816 (Cherokee)
  14. Treaty with the Cherokee, 1817, July 8, 1817
  15. Flint River Treaty (Treaty of Creek Agency) January 22, 1818 (Creek)
  16. Treaty of Washington, February 27, 1819 (Cherokee)
  17. Treaty of Indian Springs, January 8, 1821 (2 treaties were signed) (Creek)
  18. Treaty of Indian Springs, February 12, 1825 (Creek)
  19. Agreement with the Creeks (Broken Arrow), June 29, 1825
  20. Treaty of Washington, January 24, 1826 (voided Treaty of Indian Springs, 1825)
  21. Treaty of Wetumph, November 15, 1827
  22. Agreement with the Cherokee, March 14, 1835 (Unratified)
  23. Treaty of New Echota, December 29, 1835 (Cherokee)(made with a very small group of Cherokee who did not represent the entire tribe. This led to the Trail of Tears)


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