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Some land cession meetings were deliberately stalled by Creeks not attending or through diplomatic meetings in which leaders like Efau
Harjo stressed band- and/or town-specific ownership of the lands under consideration (47); however, some individual Creeks (e.g., McIntosh), lured by money, would seize the opportunities these negotiations presented and agree to land cessions (51).
Hadjo, we know, owned five Black slaves, and Alexander Cornels owned nine.