J. A. Trawick

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
September 28, 1893
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Etowah Tribe No 18 Improved Order of Red Men Cartersville, Ga.

Your committee appointed to draft suitable resolutions concerning the removed of our esteemed friend and brother J. A. Trawick beg leave to submit the following resolved 1 st.

That in the removal of our Bro. J. A. Trawick from our midst to distant hunting grounds this Tribe feels that they have lost one of their most faithful, efficient and zealous members and from a long association with him as a brother Red man and a citizen we can with pride point to his noble qualities of head and heart that make him that generous and sympathizing friend that he is the true and loyal citizen and an upright Christian gentleman. We love him for his many noble traits of character and wish him in his new field of labor an abundant harvest of success and happiness.

Resolved 2 nd.

That in token of our high esteem and in memory of his noble work as a brother Red man that these resolutions be spread upon our minutes and that our brother be furnished with a copy of the same.

Respectfully submitted,

G. H. Gilreath, W. L. Bolt. A. S. Brevard, T. C. Milner

Corn Moon, 25 th Sun, G. S. D. 402


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