Cherokee Indians -- Treaties.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Cherokee treaties manuscripts, 1863
Contemporary copy of "An Act Abrogating the Treaty with the Confederate States. 18 Febry 1863", revoking treaty of Oct. 7, 1861; signed by John Ross, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Also called Cowskin Prairie.
Contemporary copy of "An Act Emancipating Slavery in the Cherokee Nation. 20/21 Febry 1863"; signed by John Ross; "I certify that the accompanying act above is a true copy from the original law reported to the Honble W.P. Dole. Comm. of Indian Affairs."
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Copy book 1836-1888
J. B. (Jesse Bartley) Milam papers, 1925-1950
United States to Cherokee Nation Patent, 1838-12-31
Printed abstract of agreement to honor the stipulations in the treaties of 1828, 1833, and 1835 by conveying land patents to the Cherokee Nation for specific lands by Martin Van Buren, 1782-1862.
Version 1. Proceedings and Treaty. , 1985
Version 1 of typed transcription of Proceedings and Treaty of 1795. Annotations by Rennard Strickland.
Version 2. Proceedings and Treaty. , 1985
Version 2 of typed transcription of Proceedings and Treaty of 1795. Annotations by Rennard Strickland.