GDAH

AcronymDefinition
GDAHGestion du Développement et de l'Action Humanitaire (French: Development Management and Humanitarian Action)
GDAHGeorgia Department of Archives and History
References in periodicals archive ?
(89.) Affidavit of William Smith, 4 June 1821, Indian Depredations, 1787-1825, 2, part 2:628, GDAH; James Jackson to Edward Telfair, 9 May 1793, Creek Indian Letters, Talks, and Treaties, 1705--1839, 1:309-10, GDAH.
(90.) [James Jackson?] to [the Governor of Georgia], 21 July 1793, Creek Indian Letters, Talks, and Treaties, 1705-1839, 1:334-37, GDAH.
Louise E Hays, typescript in the GDAH, 241, also ASPIA 1:559; translation of talk of Mad Dog to the Governor of Georgia, from the Charleston newspaper of 7 February 1795, 7 February 1795, EF, bnd.
1:85, GDAH; affidavit of Richard Carnes, 18 March 1800, Indian Depredations, 1787-1825, vol.
3:784, GDAH; Affidavit of Alexander Shaw Newman, 14 October 1802, Indian Depredations, 1787-1825, vol.
(118.) John Cannard to James Seagrove, 5 June 1803, Creek Indian Letters, Talks, and Treaties, 1705-1839, 2:675--76, GDAH.