Mount Pleasant. An Eighteenth-Century Yuchi Indian Town, British Trader Outpost, and Military Garrison in Georgia.
This is a report for non-professional audience on the survey and discovery of the Mount Pleasant site in Effingham County, Georgia. This site was settled by Yuchis around 1720-1750. It also was home to English deerskin traders. These traders were formed into a Georgia Ranger troop in 1739. The Mount Pleasant ranger fort lasted until about 1760.
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Mount Pleasant. An Eighteenth-Century Yuchi Indian Town, British Trader Outpost, and Military Garrison in Georgia., 10. Daniel Elliott, Rita Elliott. 1990 ( tDAR id: 448944) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8448944
min long: -81.37; min lat: 32.55 ; max long: -81.32; max lat: 32.589 ;
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Principal Investigator(s): Daniel Elliott
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|Report for popular consumption on survey and discovery of the Mount Pleasant Site, 9EF169, in Effingham County, Georgia.|