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ALL NATIVE'S CK THIS OUT

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Post  MISPLACEDBUCKEYE on Sat Nov 07, 2015 4:03 pm

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Free Access to the Native American Collection

82 - Broken Arm, Ogalalla Sioux Do you have Native American ancestry? Or are you interested in Native American history? Then explore Fold3's Native American Collection for free November 1-15.

Titles in this collection include:

   Ratified Indian Treaties (1722-1869): Ratified treaties that occurred between the United States government and American Indian tribes. Also included are presidential proclamations, correspondence, and treaty negotiation expenses.
   Indian Census Rolls (1885-1940): Census rolls submitted annually by agents or superintendents of Indian reservations as required by an 1884 Act of Congress. Only persons who maintained a formal affiliation with a tribe under Federal supervision are listed on these census rolls.
   Dawes Packets: Applications between 1896 and 1914 from members of the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole tribes to establish eligibility for an allotment of land in return for abolishing their tribal governments and recognizing Federal law.
   Dawes Enrollment Cards (1898-1914): Enrollment cards, also referred to as "census cards," prepared by the staff of the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, commonly known as the Dawes Commission. The cards record information provided by applications submitted by members of the same family group or household and include notations of the actions taken.
   Eastern Cherokee Applications (1906-1909): Applications submitted for shares of the money that was appropriated for the Eastern Cherokee Indians by Congress on June 30, 1906.
   Iroquois Indian tribe, 1914
   Enrollment of Eastern Cherokee by Guion Miller (1908-1910): The Guion Miller Roll is perhaps the most important source for Cherokee genealogical research. There are an estimated 90,000 individual applicants from throughout North America included within this publication.
   Cherokee Indian Agency, TN (1801-1835): The records of the agent of Indian Affairs in Tennessee, including correspondence, agency letter books, fiscal records, records of the Agent for the Department of War in Tennessee, records of the Agent for Cherokee Removal, and miscellaneous records.
   Rinehart Photos - Native Americans (1898): Photographs of over 100 Native Americans taken by Frank A. Rinehart, a commercial photographer in Omaha, Nebraska. Rinehart was commissioned to photograph the 1898 Indian Congress, part of the Trans-Mississippi International Exposition.
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Post  pheasanthunter on Sun Nov 08, 2015 11:23 am

THANK YOU - THANK YOU for this information.  I have researched my Indian ancestry for over 30 years - it is a never ending process - so many unknowns.

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Post  pheasanthunter on Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:16 pm

Does anyone know about the OLD SETTLERS Cherokee Indian Tribe of North Arkansas and Southern Missouri?? They are headquartered in Conway, Ark...
Thanks for any info. bj40

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