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Re: P.P. Pitchlynn in 1859
Posted by: Bob Date: May 21, 2001 at 22:23:42
In Reply to: P.P. Pitchlynn in 1859 by Christine W. Sofge of 252

P.P. Pitchlynn was a very traveled man and a Choctaw Indian Leader. He was freguently in Washington DC on official Indian Business that had to do with tribal matters. Being a lawyer, P.P. Pitchlynn could have been in your area of Georgia or any other area of the South during that period of time. I don't know, but suspect that this could have been one of his stop off places on his many trips to Washington DC or Mississippi. This is only speculation on my part. But it wouldn't surprise me if P.P. Pitchlynn was in the state of Georgia at all. He did travel all the time. Bob (Pitchlynn relaive)


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