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Cherokee Roots: Eastern (Volume 1)
This volume indexes those Cherokee living east of the Mississippi River, and were recorded on the following Cherokee rolls: Reservation Rolls (1817), Emigration Rolls (1817-1835), Henderson Roll (1835), Mullay Roll (1848), Siler Roll (1851), Chapman Roll (1852), Swetland Roll (1869), Hester Roll (1883), Churchill Roll (1908), Baker Roll (1924), and the eastern portion of the Guion Miller Roll (1909). If you are looking for your Cherokee ancestors on the rolls, this is a must have.
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May Featured Site - Travel Center
The Passage is a pedestrian link between downtown Chattanooga and the Tennessee River at Ross's Landing (the city's original settlement, named for the Cherokee Chief John Ross). The project is the nation's largest public art project celebrating Cherokee history and culture. The piece, created by Cherokee Artists Gadugi (Cherokee Artists Working Together) of Oklahoma, was opened to the public in May 2005 as part of an overall effort to redevelop the Chattanooga riverfront... (More)
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