Cherokee Indians -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 85-04
Scope and Contents This collection consists of microfilm copies of the Daily Journal (London) for January - December 1730; Lloyd's Evening Post and British Chronicle (London) for January 1 - December 31, 1762; and the London Gazette (London) for January 2-January 1, 1763. The disparate dates for the papers are explained by the fact that the years correspond to two trips by Cherokee delegations to London. In 1730, Sir Alexander Cuming visited Cherokee country (March - April) as an...
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...
Identifier: SM 02-11
Content Description Brochure entitled "Cherokee Indian Museum, Gatlinburg, Tennessee." The brochure features Carl Standingdeer on the front cover, plus nine other photographs.
Identifier: MSS 00-06
Content and Scope Papers of journalist and author John A. Parris (1914 - 1999).Parris served as a war correspondent during World War II and reported from the North African and European theaters. After the war he became noted for his "Roaming the Mountains" column that was a regular feature of the Asheville Citizen and Asheville Citizen-Times newspapers and which first appeared in February 1955.Parris' works included Springboard to Berlin (co-author; New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company,...