Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina Papers, Volume IV of the Draper Manuscript Collection - Craig L. Heath. This transcript, made from the 1980 edition of the Draper Manuscripts, is concerned in large part with the military careers of General Elijah Clarke of Georgia and his son, John Clarke, Governor of Georgia; Major Benjamin Few; Colonel William Chandler; Colonel Micajah Williamson; and other participants in the conflicts in Georgia during and after the Revolutionary War. The early history of Moravian missions in Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio; the lives and adventures of Alexander McGilvery, David Tate, and William Weatherford in Alabama during the period of the War of 1812; an account of the Creek Indians written by George Stiggins; and miscellaneous papers relating to the Yazoo Land Company in South Carolina are included. This series was created to be an aid in the use of the Draper Manuscripts rather than a replacement or substitute for it. A full name plus subject index adds to the value of this work. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp.