I have a xeroxed copy of Vol. 15, No. 2, 1953 magazine.The chapter is by Rev. F. L. Cherry and runs from page 176 to an abrupt stop at page 377. There is no index.
I didn't find my peoplein it and neither was Floyd's Mill where my Thomas P. Hasty purchased his house in the "middle of the fort." Note: Fragment of manuscript, Rev. Cherry's Notebook of Lee County, Alabama, Folder 6, Notebook V, page 50."In 1839 Mr. Floyd built a comfortable residence in the center of where this fort stood.The house is still standing and is now occupied by Mr. Thomas P. Hasty."Undated fragment.Extracted by Martha E. Durham, Montgomery, AL.
I have more extensive history on the fort by a researcher but don't have permission to post it online.
I don't want to throw away this chapter, but I don't have use for it.I would send it somewhere for the cost of postage.It's quite heavy.The stories are charming, especially the missionaries of the slaves and building of churches that converted owners to a deeper conviction.
Please contact me if you are interested in this.I received it through ILL a few years ago and don't want to trash it.