Alabama Department of Archives and History
1818-1828, 1 folder.
The papers of John McKee contain letters, 1818 Oct. 20 and 1828 Sept. 5, the first of which is from Andrew Jackson, at the Chickasaw treaty ground, to John McKee, in which is discussed the sale of land by the Chickasaws to the United States, as well as showing the Chickasaws how to grow and spin cotton. The second letter is from McKee, in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Co., Ala., to George Hays, and in it is discussed McKee's move to Washington, D.C., his sale of his mills, and the settlement of his business affairs, including his debt to Louis Durant, in and around Tuscaloosa.
Library of Congress
ca. 1792-1852, 1 linear foot.
The papers of John McKee include correspondence, financial records, and other papers relating to McKee's role as an Indian agent to the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Choctaw nations. Also included are papers concerning the War of 1812 and McKee's congressional career. Correspondents include William Blount and Andrew Jackson.
University of North Carolina
Southern Historical Collection
Chapel Hill, NC
1793-1829, 10 items including 1 volume.
The papers of John McKee include a diary, 1804-1805, and eight letters, 1793-1829, concerning Indian affairs and lands belonging to Gen. Lafayette. The diary was written while McKee was a U.S. Indian agent, and deals chiefly with travels and contacts with Cherokee and Chickasaw Indians. The papers are also available on microfilm.
In the William Proctor Gould diary, 1828-1856, 1 microfilm reel.
Persons represented include John McKee.
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