Cherokee property valuations in Tennessee, 1836.
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Published by S.C. Hoskins in [Chattanooga, Tenn.?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Tennessee,
  • Georgia,
  • Tennessee.,
  • Georgia.

Subjects:

  • Cherokee Indians -- Genealogy.,
  • Real property -- Valuation -- Tennessee.,
  • Real property -- Valuation -- Georgia.,
  • Indians of North America -- Tennessee -- Genealogy.,
  • Indians of North America -- Georgia -- Genealogy.,
  • Tennessee -- Genealogy.,
  • Georgia -- Genealogy

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

ContributionsHoskins, Shirley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF435 .C48 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination6, [310] p. :
Number of Pages310
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2776517M
LC Control Number86139245

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Cherokee Indians Index [Microcopy #T, Roll # 1 Census Roll of the Cherokee Indians East of the Mississippi and Index to Roll]. Ellington, MO: Reynolds County . The expulsion of the Cherokee Nation from the state of Georgia culminated a decade of oppressive policies and more than two decades of federal pressure on Native Americans to give up their homelands to white settlement. The expulsion occurred over six weeks under the supervision of soldiers stationed at fourteen sites in north Georgia. Evidence from each site documents the individual and Author: Sarah H Hill.   The Henderson Roll or Rolls of is a listing of 16, Cherokees living in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, & North Carolina to be removed to Oklahoma, per Treaty New Echota. It was taken in the months leading up to the conclusion of the Treaty of New Echota in December It lists more than heads of household, with statistical. CHEROKEE VALUATION RECORDS - CD Five volumes of property evaluation prior to the removal At the time of the removal of the Cherokee to the west, the government sent in teams of appraisers to evaluate the properties of the Cherokee that were going west. There are five small books of these evaluations by five different teams.