Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Cherokee Indians.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
A muster roll of Cherokee Indians who emigrated to the west of the Mississippi in the years 1831-1834
Identifier: E99.C5.M87 1834
Dates: 1831 - 1834
Identifier: E99.C5 C42 1881z Milam Ovrsz
An act to define the status of freedmen and their descendants now resident in the Cherokee Nation and who were slaves in the country at the commencement of the rebellion, approximately 1881
Identifier: E99.C5-C42 1881z
Scope and Contents Handwritten document which seeks to establish that all freedmen who were resident in the Cherokee Nation at the commencement of the American Civil War and who were at that time slaves of any Cherokee or other citizen and were liberated by voluntary act or by law but who did not necessarily return to the Cherokee country within the time specified within the treaty of 1866, be granted the same rights and privileges as other adopted citizens of the Cherokee Nation. Although the document was...
Dates: approximately 1881
Found in: The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections & University Archives / An act to define the status of freedmen and their descendants now resident in the Cherokee Nation and who were slaves in the country at the commencement of the rebellion, approximately 1881
Identifier: E99.C5-D63 1845
Scope and Contents Photostatic copies of documents pertaining to claims filed at Fort Gibson and Tahlequah offices of the Commissioner to the Cherokee (Indian Territory) regarding reservation, pre-emption, improvement, spoliation, and other such claims. Claims were filed between January and April 1845 when the commissioner was instructed to close the offices and return to Washington. The offices were established to examine claims of the Cherokee Nation against the United States under the treaty of 1835-6.
Dates: 1845-01 - 1845-04
Identifier: E97-R63 1813
Content Description Manuscript notebook in Hebrew and English. Content consists largely of an elementary grammar and dictionary of Biblical Hebrew, including Hebrew words for entries suggesting Cherokee culture (such as quiver, bow, buffalo, and red blood man.) An assortment of notes laid-in, mostly for use in catechism but also including receipts for books, an iron stove, groceries and various household articles dated from 1828-1845.Records a wedding celebrated by Roberts in Valley Towns on August 10,...
Dates: 1813 - 1845; Majority of material found within 1813 - 1836