AfriGeneas Slave Research Forum
Patterson v. Davison - Creek Nation
In Response To: Davison v. Gibson - Creek Nation ()
"Sutton's History of Creek Freedman," CRN 4A
J.E. Patterson v. J.P. Davidson, doc. #28935, Supreme Court, CRN 32
James A. Patterson and A.G. Myers, two leading licensed white traders who opened stores in the Creek country before the Civil War and who were active in the development of the Creek country in the postwar years, both had children with African Creek women. James A. Patterson fathered James E. Patterson (Joseph P. Davidson's half brother) with Julia Gibson, and A.G. Myers, fathered John A. Myers, who was one of Isparhecher's lieutenants during the Green Peach War.
Patterson Mercantile Company
THE PATTERSON MERCANTILE CO. INCORPORATED MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. November 10 1904.
Hon. Postmaster-General., Washington, D.C.
We are informed by Miss Alice Robertson that she is a candidate to succeed our present Postmaster here when his term expires in December.
Miss Robertson has been doing business with us for more than twenty years and knowing her ability and integrity as we do, we take pleasure in giving her our hearty endorsement. We feel that her appointment would be a very popular one among the patrons of this office.
Respectfully, The Patterson Mercantile Co., Per. W N Patterson