Pony Boys

According to Don Shadburn's, "Cherokee Planters in Georgia, 1832-1838", the
Pony Club was a "notorious band of thieves ...well known through many
quarters of the Cherokee Nation in the 1830's.  They commonly preyed on
helpless Cherokee families, often driving their cattle and horses into the
border counties.  Anyone known to be connected with this band was excluded
from participation in any of the Cherokee lottery drawings in 1832-33."



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