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Cherokee

Ocoee Land District Maps
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
James L. Douthat
204 Pages, 55 Redrawn Maps, 8.5" x 11", Full Name Index, Softcover, Reprinted 2013
TN-1383, $45.00

CHEROKEE VALUATION RECORDS
COMPLETE INFORMATION & SURNAME INDEX
88 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2013
GN-0251, $25.00

General Wool's Cherokee Removal Records
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
James L. Douthat
86 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5 X 11 Inches, Reprinted 2011
GN-0250, $18.00

Cherokee Ration Books
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Copy of the original records taken from a private source showing the rations given to various Cherokee families at New Echota in Georgia in 1838. There are four different records of this transaction over several months. The families are listed together with location of their residence and in some cases their ages. The side notes are worth the effort to search this Volume.
GN-0235, $38.50

Memoir of Catharine Brown
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by Cherokee Rufus Anderson, Perfect Bound, Index
A reprint of this rare book describing the diary of a young Cherokee maiden as she attended school at the Brainerd Mission in Tennessee and then ventured out to begin a school near her home town of Creek Path in Alabama. Some of her original letters and diary are used as the basis of this material originally printed in the early 1820's, a year or so after her death.
GN-0153, $18.50

ROBERT ARMSTRONG: Plat Book of Those Indians Given Reservations After the 1817 Treaty
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by James L. Douthat
Over 100 plats of the reservee's land in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama.
TN-0854, $10.00

Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs - Day Book #2
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by James L. Douthat
Notations found in an original Day Book kept by Meigs for the years 1801-1807. These records are the records are the beginnings of the United States' deals with the Cherokee in peace time.
TN-0851, $20.00

Volunteer Soldiers in the Cherokee Wars; 1836-1839
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
210 Pages, Perfect Bound
An alphabetical listing of over 11,000 soldiers who volunteered from AL, TN, NC and GA to accompany the Cherokee west to their new homes.
GN-0146, $35.00

Creek

Creek Ration Book - June 1838
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
These records are recorded in their original version and reflect the rations given to the various members of the Creek Nation at Camp Clanewaugh near Ross' Landing [now Chattanooga, TN] prior to their leaving for the west. The original of this is found in a private collection of records.
GN-0233, $10.00

1832 Creek Census
by James L. Douthat, 98 Pages, Perfect Bound, Indexed
A transcription of the Parson-Abbott Roll of the Creek Nation in 1832 gives names of the heads of households with numbers of males, females and slaves per household in the various Towns.
GN-0108, $22.50

Creek Records
56 Pages, Soft Cover
Documents No. 200 and 210 to the 20th Congress of actions taken to deal with settlement of claims by the various Creek Indians.
GN-0090, $12.00

Melungeons

Melungeons - Yesterday and Today
Jean Patterson Bible
140 Pages, Photographs, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2012
Jean Bible taught school in Hancock County in the late 1940s and 1950s where she met and became friends with many of the leaders of the Melungeon Culture. This was the first of many books that followed on the search for the origin and history of these people. Some call them the "Lost Tribe" of Tennessee and North Carolina.
TN-0205, $12.00
 

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