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The Cherokee Nation, A History
This book covers the history of the Cherokee Nation. The first book of this type to be endorsed by the tribe and written by a Cherokee. Includes a helpful glossary.
Storm in the Mountain: Thomas' Confederate Legion of Cherokee Indians and Mountaineers
The author's thoroughly researched and fast moving account helps fill in this facinating gap in Confederate Military history. Includes Company muster rolls.
The author provides insight into the life the Cherokees knew during the 18th century and the first half of the 19th century. She offers first hand accounts of Cherokee life as told in journals, letters, speeches, and official records.
The Memoirs of Lt. Henry Timberlake
The Story of a Soldier, Adventurer, and Emissary to the Cherokees, 1756-1765. Lt. Henry Timberlake's Memoirs provide a detailed account of Cherokee life in the eighteenth century.
Cherokee History, Myths & Sacred Formulas
This is a must have primary source book on the Cherokees. It contains 126 legends obtained on the Cherokee Reservation in N.C. in 1887-1888, covering many subjects including creation, animals, birds, snakes, fish, wonder stories, history and more.
Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation
Gives a fascinating portrayal of the Cherokee Nation, filled with legend, lore and religion. After much research the author has created a heart-stirring story of the tragedy of the Cherokee Trail of Tears.
The Texas Cherokees
This book details the unique and tragic story of those Cherokee, led by Chief Bowles, Duwali, who settled in the Texas state of Mexico and eventually the Republic of Texas, prior to statehood.
After the Trail of Tears
Traces the social, cultural and political history of the Cherokee Nation during the 45 year period after its members were forcibly removed from their mountain homeland to Oklahoma. Explains how the Cherokees rebuilt their lives and society.
History of the Cherokee Indians
This reprint of a 1921 book is accepted by many as one of the few basic resources available for serious study of Cherokee history, legal documents, and biographical information on leaders and old families.
The Cherokee: A Population History
This book is the first full-length demographic study of an American Indian group from the protohistorical period to the present.
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