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April 26, 1802 Georgia cedes the land involved in the Yazoo Land Fraud (and the associated legal problems) to the United States. In exchange the state receives 1.25 million dollars and the promise of removal of the Cherokee Indians from the present-day boundaries of the state. President Thomas Jefferson announces the cession of Yazoo Act lands to the U. S. government
  Yazoo Land Fraud
June 6, 1802
  Treaty of Fort Wilkinson
June 16, 1802 Treaty of Fort Wilkerson is signed
July 6, 1802 Daniel Morgan dies
  Daniel Morgan
November 4, 1802 John Milledge, grandson of an original settler and the man for whom Milledgeville is named, elected governor
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
December 13, 1802 Abraham Baldwin's last day as President pro tem of the U. S. Senate
  Abraham Baldwin
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