4 edition of A guide to Cherokee documents in the northeastern United States found in the catalog.
A guide to Cherokee documents in the northeastern United States
|Statement||by Paul Kutsche.|
|Series||Native American bibliography series ;, no. 7|
|LC Classifications||Z1210.C46 K87 1986, E99.C5 K87 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 531 p. :|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||85011798|
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The contents were exactly what I was looking for. I am trying to aquire documents for my Cherokees prior to I want to add the history of that period to the progenitor of my mother's CHerokee by: 1.
These records often contain birth, death, marriage and funeral information. Another good source is the book: A Guide to Cherokee Documents in the Northeastern United States by Sr.
Paul Kutsch — available on microfilm from the Oklahoma Historical Society. Court Records. Cherokee still living in the area of the old Cherokee, east was taken the same year - called the Chapman Roll.","Rolls" Retail $ --" BAKER ROLL ","Cherokee Roots Publication - BobFile Size: 72KB. Various committee records also document the Government's changing role in Indian education from the 's, when the United States only allowed certain private individuals or groups to educate Indians, until the 's when the Federal Government established an educational system of off-reservation boarding schools, as well as day schools.
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Georgia led the United States in the expulsion of the Cherokee Nation from its homeland. In the spring of more than two thousand soldiers arrested some nine thousand Georgia Cherokees, confined them briefly, then marched them Author: Sarah H Hill. Kutsche, Paul; "A Guide to Cherokee Documents in the Northeastern United States".
An excellent resource of extraction's from documents deposited in several libraries and repositories across the United States, including those housed at the Houghton Library of Harvard University. Kutsche, Paul. A guide to Cherokee documents in the northeastern United States.
Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press, p. [Native American bibliography series no. 7] OCLC: Cherokee/Manuscript material. Moore, John Trotwood. The Draper manuscripts as relating to Tennessee. Nashville, Brandon Pub., 30 p.
OCLC: Manuscript material. Guide to North Carolina Genealogical Research outline describes major sources of information for and about research in genealogy and family history in the state of North Carolina. Information about various records (census, immigration, county, etc.), bibliographies such as for county histories of North Carolina, history of the state.
The Fall meeting of the Northeast Illinois Government Documents Librarians (NIDL) took place at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, located in Evanston, guide was compiled to aid the Museum's researchers find additional resources to support their work. Both public and private institutions are included among the libraries on this guide, so information about guest Author: Anne Zald.
Another good source is the book: A Guide to Cherokee Documents in the North-eastern United States by Sr.
Paul Kutsch this book is available on microfilm from the Oklahoma Historical Society. Court Records: These Civil and Criminal records are kept on the county level from the date the county was formed to present.
the development of Cherokee Nation institutions such as the school and court systems, newspapers, health facilities, and law enforcement agencies; Cherokee relations with the United States government; and Cherokee involvement in the United States Civil War, File Size: 3MB.
The Cherokee Removal of unfolded against a complex backdrop of competing ideologies, self-interest, party politics, altruism, and ambition. Using documents that convey Cherokee voices, government policy, and white citizens' views, Theda Perdue and Michael D. Green present a multifaceted account of this complicated moment in American.
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