Cherokee Cavaliers: Forty Years of Cherokee History as Told in the Correspondence of the Ridge-Watie-Boudinot Family
Edward Everett Dale, Gaston Litton
University of Oklahoma Press, 1939 - Cherokee Indians - 319 pages
"A few of the letters included in this volume were obtained from the libraries of the University of Texas and the Northeastern state teachers' college at Tahlequah, Oklahoma. One or two were secured from the private collection of Professor T.L. Ballenger ... Nearly all of them, however, together with some two thousand more ... are to be found in the Frank Phillips collection of southwestern history at the University of Oklahoma."--Preface.
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THE GOLD RUSH AND INTERNAL STRIFE
THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE
THE LAST YEARS OF STAND WATIE
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