15, 1812, Liberty
Hall - report of a letter from Chickasaw Bluffs,
written six days after the earthquake
Jan. 18, 1812, Western Spy - another report of the letter from Chickasaw Bluffs
Jan. 31, 1812, Pittsburgh Gazette - detailed "letter from a gentleman" on the Dec. 16 earthquake: the Chickasaw Bluffs "have fallen in considerably"
Feb. 1, 1812, Western Spy - eyewitness gives details about the Chickasaw Bluffs ("chiefly fallen in) and surrounding area
Feb. 8, 1812, Western Spy - the editor responds to charges of exaggeration, referring to letter describing the Chickasaw Bluffs area
Feb. 12, 1812, Liberty Hall - more discussion of the letter from Chickasaw Bluffs
Feb. 19, 1812, Connecticut Current - William L. Pierce reports area near the Chickasaw Bluffs was "extremely agitated" making a block house "tremble like the aspen leaf"
Mar. 13, 1812, Pittsburgh Gazette - James Smith provides revisions for The Navigator: through the Chickasaw Bluffs, "the river is wholly changed"
Apr. 4, 1812, Western Spy - Jesse Hunt gives eyewitness account of "truly distressing" earthquake damage upriver from Chickasaw Bluffs
June 13, 1812, Louisiana Gazette - the Chickasaw Indian Factor reports that Indians north of Natchez, Mississippi, support Tenskwatawa against the whites
1871, First Steamboat Voyage - Lydia Roosevelt's brother describes a threatened Chickasaw attack and a fire on board the New Orleans