Cherokee Phoenix and Indians' Advocate
Vol 3 No 5
Saturday, May 22, 1830
Pg. 3 Col. 3a
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. March 23
General John Campbell, Agent of Indian Affairs for the Creek Indians West of the Mississippi, arrived at this place in a keel-boat, with his family, on Wednesday morning last, on his way to the Western Creek Agency.
Steam-boat Arrivals.--The steamboat amulet, Captain Potter, arrived at our landing on Monday evening, last week, (after our paper had gone to press,) from Pittsburgh, and two days and eight hours from mouth of White River, and left early on Tuesday morning last, for Cantonment Gibson, laden with the contractor's supplies for that post. She had on board upwards of one hundred cabin and deck passengers, among whom were upwards of ninety emigrants, mostly for up the river.
The steam-boat Industry, Captain johnson, passed up, on Wednesday morning last, from the mouth of White River, with seventy or eighty emigrating Cherokee Indians, bound for the Cherokee Nation up the Arkansas.