Eastern Cherokee by Blood, 1906-1910. Volume II: Applications 3001-6775
Between May 1905 and April 1907, the U.S. Supreme Court authorized the Secretary of the Interior to identify the descendants of Eastern Cherokees entitled to participate in the distribution of more than $1 million authorized by Congress. This listing includes both those names admitted and those rejected, often with a reason for the decision.
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