Alexander, 1759?–93, Native American chief of the Creek nation.
Historical Examples

Knox knew his man, and McGillivray knew what he wished, and all else was made subservient to that purpose.
Makers and Romance of Alabama History B. F. Riley

One of these traders persuaded young McGillivray to go with him.
Stories Of Georgia Joel Chandler Harris

It was an opportunity which the keen McGillivray could not suffer to remain unused.
Makers and Romance of Alabama History B. F. Riley

This interval was the opportunity of McGillivray and his friends.
The Great Company Beckles Willson

Having the confidential ear of both parties, McGillivray was not slow to replenish his impoverished purse.
Makers and Romance of Alabama History B. F. Riley

McGillivray preferred to plan and engage in intrigue, which gave the remarkable powers of his mind full play.
Stories Of Georgia Joel Chandler Harris

The first to be arrested was McGillivray, who submitted with the best possible grace to the warrant.
The Great Company Beckles Willson

Mr. McGillivray had also some interesting things to say about Death Valley, which he surveyed.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 829, November 21, 1891 Various

With cautious vigilance on the part of both Knox and McGillivray, each step in the proceeding was taken.
Makers and Romance of Alabama History B. F. Riley

McGillivray and his companions, upon reaching Montreal, were greeted by an assembled host of their friends.
The Great Company Beckles Willson

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