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A faithful history of the Cherokee tribe of Indians, from the period of our first intercourse with them, down to the present time. The reasons and considerations which produced a separation of the tribe, at an early period; organizing a nation east and a nation west of the Mississippi River. With a full exposition of the causes which led to their subsequent division into three parties, and involved them in their present deplorable condition, and of the nature and extent of their present claims. In a condensed and readable form. Preview this item
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A faithful history of the Cherokee tribe of Indians, from the period of our first intercourse with them, down to the present time. The reasons and considerations which produced a separation of the tribe, at an early period; organizing a nation east and a nation west of the Mississippi River. With a full exposition of the causes which led to their subsequent division into three parties, and involved them in their present deplorable condition, and of the nature and extent of their present claims. In a condensed and readable form.

Author: Samuel C Stambaugh; Amos Kendall; George W Paschal; M St Clair Clarke
Publisher: Washington, Printed by J.E. Dow, 1846.
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Genre/Form: Treaties
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel C Stambaugh; Amos Kendall; George W Paschal; M St Clair Clarke
OCLC Number: 4597734
Notes: Signed on p. 40: S.C. Stambaugh, Amos Kendall, George W. Paschal, M. St. Clair Clarke.
Description: 40 pages 24 cm

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