A Guide to Cherokee Documents in Foreign Archives
Professors Anderson and Lewis have compiled a guide to documents abroad that focuses on the Cherokee Indians. Exploring the archives of the three major colonial powers in the New World (England, France, and Spain), this guide describes over eight thousand documents that cover the Cherokee past from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries.
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ARCHIVO GENERAL DE LA NACION
INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ANTR0POL0GIA E HISTORIA MUSEO DE ANTROPOLOGIA
Alex Americans Amherst Arturo O'Neill Assembly attack Attakullakulla Augustine B.M. fol Baron de Carondelet Bloody Fellow Botetourt boundary line Bouquet Bull Byrd Cameron Capt Carolina Casas Catawbas Charleston Chero Chickasaws Choctaws Conde CONT'D Council Chamber Creeks and Cherokees Cumberland duplicate Earl of Dartmouth Earl of Hillsborough Encloses 2 documents Enclosures to fol English Entry letter Esteban Miro Fauquier French Galvez Gayoso de Lemos Germain Glen Governor Indian Affairs Indian trade John Stuart copy July June kees Kerlerec land letter of CO Little Carpenter Little Tallassee Loudoun Lyttleton Manuel Gayoso McGillivray Minutes containing Minutes recording murder Muscle Shoals Natchez Oconostota ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE Orleans peace Pensacola Prince George reports request reservada Savannah Sept Shawnees Six Nations Southern Indians Spain Spanish Stuart to Earl Talapooses Tallassee treaty tribes troops Virginia Warrior Whitehall Williamsburg Wright York