Cherokee Planters in Georgia 1832-1838

Cherokee Planters in Georgia 1832-1838

By: Don L. Shadburn

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This book of historical essays grew out of a larger work, "Unhallowed Intrusion: A Georgia Journal of Cherokee History and Genealogy". To date, with only one exception, no thorough study of primary sources relating to Georgia's Cherokee families has been made by historians and put into print. Today, with the passing of many generations since the Cherokee occupation ended, a growing desire is evident among people everywhere to know more about the Cherokee Nation of Indians before their enforced removal in 1838-39. In addition, family researchers with Cherokee-White ancestry have joined the ranks of genealogists in attempting to trace their lineage and to identify their "lost" mixed-blood antecedents. The Cherokee census (1835), records of Indian improvements (1836), and registers of Cherokee payments (1837-1845) constitute a wealth of information on Cherokees, mixed-bloods, and intermarried white citizens of the Cherokee Nation, East. It is hoped the material found in this volume will not only benefit family members in their search for Indian ancestors, but will help to broaden the reader's concept of the Cherokee civilization that evolved here almost two hundred years ago. 422 pages, full name index. Names include: Adair, Cary, Emory, Jusstice, Landrum, Welch

Title: Cherokee Planters in Georgia 1832-1838

Author Name: Don L. Shadburn

Categories: Georgia Research, Georgia, Cherokee Research, South, Cherokee,

ISBN Number: 0961347449

ISBN Number 13: 9780961347444

Binding: Library

Book Condition: Good

Type: Hardcover

lbs: 2.00 lbs

Seller ID: mcga1809

Keywords: Georgia, Cherokee, Cherokee Nation, American Indians, Native Americans, Adair, Cary, Emory, Jusstice, Landrum, Welch,