|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Stevenson, James, active 1737.|
|Title:||James Stevenson receipts for bounties on wolves|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 oversize folder)|
James Stevenson was the city and county treasurer in colonial Georgia.
This collection contains receipts for bounties on wolves in colonial Georgia from April to May 1737. These receipts were signed by James Stevenson, the city and county treasurer, and include the names of those to which bounties were paid, the amount paid, and the number of wolves heads turned in order to receive the bounty. Bounties were placed on wolves during the colonial era in order to keep the wolves from preying on their livestock.
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