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Image:0056.jpg|John or William Batram, "A Draught of John Bartram's House and Garden as it appears from the River," 1758.  
 
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Image:1746.jpg|Plan of a "plantation" (or "villa") of a Creek Indian chief,'' in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society''. Vol. 3, part 1 (1853), p. 38, fig. 1.
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Image:1749.jpg|“Plan of the Ancient Chunky-Yard,” in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society''. Vol. 3, part 1 (1853), p. 52, fig. 2.
  
 
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Image:1749.jpg|“Plan of the Ancient Chunky-Yard,” in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society''. Vol. 3, part 1 (1853), p. 52, fig. 2.
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Image:1815.jpg|A great mound and its avenues, at Mount Royal, near Lake George, Georgia, in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society''. Vol. 3, part 1 (1853), p. 57, fig. 6.  
 
Image:1815.jpg|A great mound and its avenues, at Mount Royal, near Lake George, Georgia, in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society''. Vol. 3, part 1 (1853), p. 57, fig. 6.  

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