Last edited by Vogami
Thursday, July 30, 2020 | History

3 edition of Cherokee Nation, 1890 census found in the catalog.

Cherokee Nation, 1890 census

Rosalie Wagner

Cherokee Nation, 1890 census

index of persons living under permit in the Cooweescoowee and Delaware districts

by Rosalie Wagner

  • 232 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by The Society in Vinita, OK. (Box 484, Vinita 74301) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Craig County (Okla.),
  • United States,
  • Oklahoma,
  • Craig County.
    • Subjects:
    • Cherokee Nation -- Registers,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Oklahoma -- Craig County,
    • Craig County (Okla.) -- Genealogy,
    • Craig County (Okla.) -- Census, 1890,
    • United States -- Census, 11th, 1890

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Rosalie Wagner ; sponsored by Northeast Oklahoma Genealogical Society.
      ContributionsNortheast Oklahoma Genealogical Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF702.C8 W34 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 82 p. :
      Number of Pages82
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2307230M
      LC Control Number86183567

      Slave Federal Census Cherokee Nation, I. T. (4 of 6) 86K: June Teri Padgett: : Slave Federal Census Cherokee Nation, I. T. (5 of 6) 83K: June Teri Padgett: : Slave Federal Census Cherokee Nation, I. T. (6 of 6) 67K: June Teri Padgett. CHEROKEE NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS. Back to Main Index. Boudinot, Frank J. Printed materials foot. Politician. Typescripts of newspaper editorials and articles () regarding the activities of Boudinot, an attorney and political leader in the Cherokee Nation and the Keetoowah Society.

      Native American Records [table striped="true" responsive="true"]Microfilm Number Microfilm Title Roll Numbers Total Rolls in Series M-1 Records Of The Michigan Superintendency Of Indian Affairs, 71 M-2 Records Of The Oregon Superintendency Of Indian Affairs, 29 M-4 Letter Book Of The Creek Trading House, 1 M-5 Records Of The Washington.   Cherokee Nation West Census Posted on Ap by Roberta Estes Did you know that there was a census taken in and it included the .

      7. The other various Cherokee censuses: , , , , Some of these census might more accurately be termed "payrolls." The gives much the same information as the The others include only citizens of the Cherokee Nation. 8. The Cherokee census of Produced preparatory to final removal. Introduction to the Cherokee Nation Census; Abbreviation. N cher A col A co A white A creek A cree A choc A osage A S A C. Meaning. Native Cherokee Adopted colored or Negro Adopted colored or Negro Adopted Caucasian 2 thoughts on “ Cherokee Census” Rick. Janu at .


Share this book
You might also like
Guidebook: I.C. White Memorial Symposium field trip, September 27-29, 1972

Guidebook: I.C. White Memorial Symposium field trip, September 27-29, 1972

The Lover of Horses Moon Crossing Bridge Portable Kisses Amplitude

The Lover of Horses Moon Crossing Bridge Portable Kisses Amplitude

We met at Barts

We met at Barts

Monadology, and other philosophical essays

Monadology, and other philosophical essays

book of the Camp fire girls.

book of the Camp fire girls.

pictorial history of Ramallah

pictorial history of Ramallah

Crystalline Repository Project

Crystalline Repository Project

Two hundred and twenty-one Baker Streets

Two hundred and twenty-one Baker Streets

Contemporary diagnosis and management of pain in oncologic and AIDS patients

Contemporary diagnosis and management of pain in oncologic and AIDS patients

Cherokee Nation, 1890 census by Rosalie Wagner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cherokee Nation Census Barbara Benge. This book is a transcription of the Cherokee Nation Census in the same format used by the Federal census. This census will help to bridge the gap between the Cherokee Nation Cherokee Nation and the Dawes roll done in /5(2).

Cherokee Nation Census Barbara Benge. A transcription of the Cherokee Nation Census in the same format used by the Federal census. This census will help to bridge the gap between the Cherokee Nation census and the 1890 census book roll done in Author: Barbara L.

Benge. Cherokee Nation Census Indian Territory (Oklahoma) - Barbara Benge. This book is a transcription of the Cherokee Nation Census in the same format used by the Federal census. This census will help bridge the gap between the Cherokee Nation census and the.

A Compiled Index to the Indian Census of the Cherokee Nation Cooweescoowee, Delaware and Saline Districts, by Connie Schofield. See Order form to order the book, or check with Connie Schofield for more information.

Index to the book of Indian Census A Compiled Index to the Indian Census of the Cherokee Nation Cooweescoowee, Delaware and Saline Districts, by Connie Schofield. See Order form to order the book.

Get this from a library. census of Cooweescoowee District, Cherokee Nation. [United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Cherokee Agency (West)] -- "The Cooweescoowee District Census, Schedule 1, is in eleven volumes.

In each volume abbreviations in Columns 2 and 3 are "C" for Cherokee, "N" for native, "A" for adopted, "W" for white, "Col." for.

Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. of the United States during the war of rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such persons in:: Town: Fort Gibson Mil Resv.

County: Cherokee Nation. State:Oklahoma Indian Territory. Enumerated in June Enumerator: Moses H LaFayette. Exploring the Cherokee Census The recent partnership between the Oklahoma Historical Society and Ancestry has brought about more than 3 million records to the public.

For Oklahoma researchers this is more than a gold mine, the data contains everything from census records to full color scans of Dawes Cards, to marriage records, wills, unique tribal records and so much more.

Search the Oklahoma Territorial Census. The OHS Research Center has created an index to the Oklahoma Territorial Census. Most of the US Federal census was destroyed by fire inmaking the Oklahoma Territorial Census one of the few remaining census records. +4 votes. By there were more whites than Indians living in Indian Territory.

So many white people filed applications with the Dawes Commission in (attempting to establish citizenship in the Cherokee Nation for purposes of land allotment) that all of the applications were thrown out and the whole process restarted. Index to the Henderson Roll of Eastern Cherokee According to the Treaty New Echota of Decemthe Cherokees surrendered all their lands east of the Mississippi River in exchange for $5 million, some funds for moving, and land in the Oklahoma Indian Territory.

The Cherokee national census of showed a citizen population of 20, from which there is an apparent gain of 5, in the 10 years from to upon the basis of Cherokee censuses. Cherokee Nation. Residents of the Cherokee Nation: Type: Census: Source: Microfilm roll 7RA National Archives: Note: Census: Source: Microfilm roll Book Note: View notes The records included on the American Indian Census list can be viewed on microfilm in the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center.

This list contains records pertaining to. Inthe Cherokee National Council authorized a census and this Census was arranged in 6 schedules. Again, in andThe Cherokee National Council authorized another census.

Federal Census – Inanother census of the Cherokee Nation was made and it is probably the most complete of any of the census. The Cherokee Nation census, Indian Territory (Oklahoma) by Barbara L. Benge; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Cherokee Indians, Census, Cherokee Census Roll For the Cherokee Nation Listing of the head of household and members with ages, and relationship to head as per the District.

Federal Records Microfilm #7RA Cherokee Census Roll Cherokee Nation District by district listing alphabetically showing name, roll number, age, sex and whether the citizen was a Native Cherokee.

U.S., Indian Census Rolls, This database contains an index to the Indian census rolls from Information contained in this database includes: name (Indian and/or English), gender, age, birth date, relationship to head of family, marital status, tribe name, agency name, and reservation name.

The Cherokee Nation is a sovereign tribal government. Upon settling in Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) after the Indian Removal Act, the Cherokee people established a new government in what is now the city of Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

A constitution was adopted on September 6,68 years prior to Oklahoma’s statehood. Census Online > Links > North Carolina > Cherokee Co.

(21 Links) Links to Online Census Records Cherokee Co., North Carolina [Bookmark This Page] [Link To This Page] State North Carolina Census () Census (92) Census (44) Census (32) Census (8) Census (14) Census (5) Census (27) Census (4.

Get this from a library. The Cherokee Nation census, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). [Barbara L Benge]. About U.S., Wallace Roll of Cherokee Freedmen, In accordance with an treaty, in the Congress of the United States appropriated $75, to be shared between the Cherokee, Shawnee and Delaware Indian tribes.BOB BLANKENSHIP has published several books on Cherokee Genealogy.

Click on a book below to learn more about that particular title, or visit our store for more info. BAKER ROLL MILLER ROLL DAWES ROLL. Visit Our Store.The Baker Roll of – was the final roll for determining membership in the Eastern Band of North Carolina Cherokee, but it’s only one of the documents you’ll find in this rich collection.

U.S., Wallace Roll of Cherokee Freedmen,