Indian Rights

We sincerely sympathize with the deceived Indians of the Creek Nation; and we have not the smallest doubt — nay, we are perfectly convinced — that ALMIGHTY WISDOM AND JUSTICE, will shortly scourge this country by sword, pestilence or famine, or some other awful judgment for our criminal and inhuman conduct towards the Indian and the African, and our other crimes and corruptions as a nation. He who does not believe this, is as ignorant of the past, the present and the future, as that ancient and besotted people were, to whom an illustrious teacher said – Ye know not, or perceive not, the signs of the times. – National Observer

(Liberator, February 5, 1831, pg 3)