American Indian law collection. Religion and the law.
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Origin, religion, characteristics Trouble with the Chickamaugau, attack at Knoxville, Mussel Shoals massacre, removal to Arkansas, first printed laws Convention of delegates, constitution adopted Proclamation of May 28, 1828 Treaty with the Cherokees, 1835 The emigration from Georgia, cost detachment, resolutions of protest, political differences, civil war averted Act of union between the Eastern and Western Cherokees Treaty with the Cherokees, 1846. Schools established. Old settler payments. Keetoowah Society organized. Organization of military companies. Cherokees enter the Civil War. General Waite surrenders Treaty with the Cherokees, 1866. Delawares acquire full rights. Shawnees adopted by Cherokees. Land sold to Osages. Officers' salaries fixed. Land donated to Masons. Lodges The Texas Cherokees 1820-30. Grant from Mexico. Grant from Texas. Treaties. Expulsion Public school system established. National officials. Male and female seminary. Graduates. Eleemosynary institutions Missionary activities, first printing Officials of the Cherokee nation, September 9, 1839, to June 30, 1909 Old families and their genealogy Continuation of old families [five chapters] Redbird Smith. The Nighthawk Branch of the Keetoowah Organization. Election of Chief Levi Gritts Continuation of old families.
A history of the Cherokee Indians, from conjectures about the possible origin of these peoples, to events in the early 1900s.
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