Saturday, June 7, 2014

Violence against Cherokee Indians

  1. [GS027] Letter, 1797 Jan. 12, Knoxville, [Tennessee to the] warriors and chiefs of the Cherokee Nation / J[ohn] Sevier
  2. [GS031] Letter, 1797 Feb. 10, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] Silas Dinsmore [i.e., Dinsmoor] / John Sevier
  3. [GS032] [Letter] 1797 Feb. 10, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] the warriors and chiefs of the Cherokee Nation / [John Sevier]
  4. [GS033] [Letter] 1797 Feb. 14, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] W[illia]m Blount, Philadelphia / J[ohn] Sevier
  5. [GS037] [Letter] 1797 Mar. 17, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] Governor [James] Garrard of Kentucky / [John Sevier]
  6. [GS038] Order, 1797 Mar. 19, Tennessee to the sherriff [sic] of Hawkins County, [Tennessee] / John Sevier
  7. [GS039] Letter, 1797 Mar. 28, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] the warriors and cheifs [sic] of the Cherokee Nation / John Sevier
  8. [GS040] Letter, 1797 Mar. 30, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] Silas Dinsmore [i.e., Dinsmoor] / J[ohn] Sevier
  9. [GS044] [Letter] 1797 Nov. 19, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] Andrew Jackson / J[ohn] S[evier]
  10. [GS053] [Letter] 1800 Feb. 25, Knoxville, [Tennessee to] W[illia]m Cocke, Joseph Anderson and W[illia]m C. Claiborne / [John Sevier]
  11. [GS054] [Letter] 1804 Feb. 9 [to the] warriors and cheifs [sic] of the Cherokee Nation / [John Sevier]
  12. [THS024] [Letter] 1788 Aug. 3, Nashville [to] Alexander McGillivray / James Robertson. Opposition of McGillivray the great chief of the Creeks, 1857 / A. W. Putnam
  13. [PA0212] [Legal report consisting of the] names of persons charged with the killing of two Cherokee Indians on or about Jan. 24, 1813
  14. [CH012] [Letter] 1831 Dec. 28, Washington [to] John Ross, Cherokee Nation / John Martin [and] John Ridge

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