History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore

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Genealogical Publishing Company, 2004 - History - 680 pages
The classic account of the early Cherokees, their constitution, treaties with the federal government, land transactions, school system, migration and resettlement, committees, councils, and officials, religion, language, and culture, and a host of other topics. More than half the book is devoted to genealogies and biographies, of which there are several hundred, giving information on births, marriages, and deaths over a period of several generations.

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As one of the so-called civilized tribes, the Cherokee interacted with and even married non-Indians much more so than other Native Americans, so far more of their history is known. In 1921, Starr ... Read full review

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CHAPTER I
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CHAPTER III
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Proclamation of May 28 1828 67
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