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Indians of North America -- Southern States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Cherokee Documents in Foreign Archives Collection

Identifier: MSS 83-03
Content Description Cherokee Documents in Foreign Archives includes all materials relating to the Cherokee tribe found by Drs. William L. Anderson and James A. Lewis in the archives and other records depositories of Canada, France, Great Britain, Mexico, and Spain. The collection is on 800 reels of microfilm and includes sources which directly mention the Cherokee tribe or Cherokee territory, or which refer to Southern tribes in general. The collection also contains numerous references to about one hundred other...
Dates: 1632 - 1909

Indian Oral History Collection

Identifier: MSS 81-16
Content Description The collection consists of a elective series of oral interviews copied by Dr. Theda Perdue for her book, Nations Remembered: An Oral History of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1865-1907.The interviews were originally assembled under the Works Progress Administration Project S-149, sponsored jointly by the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Historical Society with headquarters at Muskogee during the 1930s.The project was conceived and carried on primarily with the view...
Dates: 1937 - 1938

Southeastern Indians in Foreign Archives Collection

Identifier: MSS 85-15
Content Description The collection contains information from foreign archives concerning Indians of the Southeast other than the Cherokee Nation. Originally these microfilm reels were part of the "Cherokee Documents in Foreign Archives" collection. For additional information on the origin of these materials, see the "Cherokee Documents" description, MSS 83-3, and the introduction to A Guide to Cherokee Documents in Foreign Archives.
Dates: 1700 - 1799