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Watie, Stand 1806-1871

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Works: 72 works in 141 publications in 1 language and 8,446 library holdings
Genres: History  Military history  Biography  Rules  Sources  Records and correspondence 
Classifications: E467.1.W43, 973.742
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Special order by Confederate States of America ( Book )
1 edition published in 1862 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Cherokee Nation papers ( )
in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Official records and publications concerning the former Cherokee Nation; personal papers of the James Madison Bell, Stand Watie, John Rollin Ridge and Elias C. Boudinot families. The bulk of the materials are dated 1830-1907. Subjects include the anti-treaty party, the removal to Indian Territory and the formation and government of the Cherokee Nation, through family, personal and business letters, newspaper clippings and editorials
General Stand Watie's Confederate Indians by Frank Cunningham ( Book )
2 editions published in 1959 in Undetermined and English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Tells of the only Indian to attain the rank of General in the Confederate Army and how he commanded a Cherokee brigade against the Union forces
Col. Peter Wellington Alexander, C.S.A., collection by Peter Wellington Alexander ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Collection acquired by the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Special Collections from the holdings of Columbia University Libraries, gift of Mrs. Robert P. Hamilton in 1974. Collection contains correspondence, general and special orders, field reports, telegrams, and other documents of the Confederate forces in Arkansas. Correspondents include Elias Cornelius Boudinot, Samuel Ryan Curtis, Thomas C. Hindman, Francis J. Herron, Theophilus H. Holmes, Robert Edward Lee, R.C. Newton, Albert Pike, William Quesenbury, John Selden Roane, and Stand Watie. Confederate States of America documentation regarding almost everything that occurred during the years 1862 to 1864 in Arkansas
Letters to Stand Watie by Stand Watie ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Negative photocopies of four letters to Stand Watie. Two of the letters are from Watie's brothers, John A. Watie and Charles E. Watie. John's letter, dated November 10, 1850, was written just after his arrival in Sonora, California, of which he writes "gold is plenty - everywhere in this neighborhood." He also writes of Henry Hickey Burrows joining a "robbing party" at the Colorado River and mentions a Judge Brown. In his letter of August 19, 1856, Charles Watie asks Stand to fund a printing press devoted to Indian affairs that John Rollin Ridge, the son of the Waties' cousin John Ridge, wants to establish in Arkansas. Charles also writes that he plans to quit mining and leave California. The final two letters were written by a Cherokee woman named Barbara Longknife in 1854 and 1857. Longknife writes from Coloma, California, of the sicknesses her family has endured, the difficulty of her daily work, and her belief that "California is not what it was represented."
[Letters to and from Stand Watie.] by Stand Watie ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
To the public by Stand Watie ( Book )
1 edition published in 1843 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Letters to family by John Rollin Ridge ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Three letters from John Rollin Ridge to his cousin, Cherokee leader and Confederate Army brigadier general Stand Watie (1806-1871), and his mother Sarah B.N. Ridge, written from Marysville, California. The first letter to Watie focuses on Ridge's experiences in California - which he calls a "series of bad luck" - and his belief that Major Ridge and John Ridge were "but partially avenged." In his second letter to Watie, Ridge writes that he had expected to make "a great deal of money" from his novel "The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta," but that this had not been the case and that he was hoping to try again with a new edition in the Atlantic States. He also expresses his desire to establish a newspaper devoted to "the affairs of the Indian race" in Arkansas, a venture which he is asking Watie to finance. In the letter to his mother, Ridge writes of his desire to make a living as a writer and says he would not practice law unless "driven to it," and reiterates his desire to establish a newspaper devoted to Indian affairs. Photocopies of original letters
 
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Alternative Names
Degataga 1806-1871
Uwatie, Standhope 1806-1871
Watie, Isaac 1806-1871
Languages
English (95)
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