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Ashton, Sharron Standifer. 1880 and 1890 Census, Canadian District, Cherokee Nation Indian Territory. Oklahoma Genealogical Society, Oklahoma City Oklahoma, 1978


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Baker, Jack D. Cherokee Emigration Rolls 1817-1835. Baker Publishing Co., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, c1977.


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Kuncat no. 2


Barry, Louise. The Kansa Indians and the Census of 1843. McDowell Publications, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1980, c1981.


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Bogle, Dixie. Cherokee Nation Births and Deaths 1884-1901. McDowell Publications, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1980, c1981.


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Bogle, Dixie. Cherokee Nation Marriages 1884-1901. Cook & McDowell Publications, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1980.


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Brelsford, Bridgie Brill. Indians of Montgomery County, Indiana. Montgomery Co., Historical Society, 1985.


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Burrows, Don. Indian Names. Keller Print Services, Robinson, Illinois, c1976.


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Byers, Paula. Native American Genealogical Sourcebook.  Gale Research, New York, c1995


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Carpenter, Cecelia Svinth. How to Research American Indian Blood Lines: A Manual on Indiana Genealogical Research. Heritage Quest, Orting, Washington, c1987.

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Carselowey, James Manford. Cherokee Pioneers. Adair, Oklahoma, 1961.

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Carter, Kent. The Dawes Commission and the Allotment of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1893-1914. Ancestry.com, Oren, Utah, c1999.


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Coombs, Leonard A. American Indian Genealogical Research in the Indiana State Library: A Select Bibliography. Genealogy Division, Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1979 or 1980


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D.A.R. African American and American Indian Patriots in the Revolutionary War.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, D.C., c2001.

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Hoskins, Shirley. Cherokee Blood. S. Hoskins, Chattanooga, 1982.



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Index to Marriages, First United States Court, Northern District, Muskogee,
Indian Territory, 1890-1907. Oklahoma Genealogical Society, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1980.

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Index to the 1835 Census of the Cherokee Indians East of the Mississippi. Genealogical Publications, Tomball, Texas, 1976.

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Kirkham, E. Kay. Our Native Americans and Their Records of Genealogical Value. Everton Publishers, Logan, Utah, c1980-c1984


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Lennon, Rachal Mills. Tracing Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes: Southeastern Indians Prior to Removal. Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 2002.

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McElroy, John M. Abby Byram and Her Father: The Indian Captives, Some Account of Their Ancestors and A Register of Their Descendents.

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McGhee, Lucy Kate. Eastern Cherokee Records. Washington, D.C., 1959.

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Roman, Laurie Beth. Who's Looking for Whom in Native American Ancestry.  Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1997.

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Slevin, Ruth M. Index to Blacks, Indians, Chinese, Mulattoes in the Indiana 1880 Census.


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Starr, Emmet McDonald. Old Cherokee Families, "Old Families and Their Genealogy". University of Oklahoma Foundation, Norman, Oklahoma, 1968.

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1978


Timmons, Boyce D. & Alice Tyner. Authenticated Rolls of 1880, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. Chigau, 1978.


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Tyner, James W. Those Who Cried: The 16,000: A Record of the Individual Cherokees Listed in the United States Official Census of the Cherokee Nation Conducted in 1835. Chigau Inc., c1974.

Internet Links :

 


Ancestry Library

Online subscription available for use within the Indiana State Library, including the Dawes Commission Index and the 1900 Indian Territory Federal
Census.

 


Cyndi's List:  Native American

Over 350 Indian sites are listed.

 


Dawes Rolls Final Rolls of the Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory 

National Archives resources online include: Lists of people accepted between 1898 and 1914 by the Dawes Commission as members of these fives Indian tribes: Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole. Steps on how to search for someone in the Dawes Rolls online. Ideas for further steps that can be taken in researching Native American ancestors.


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1832 Census of the Creek Indians Taken by Parsons and Abbott.


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Census Roll, 1835 of the Cherokee Indians East of the Mississippi and Index


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Enrollment Cards of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1898-1914



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Final Roll of Citizens and Freedman of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory as Approved by the Secretary of the Interior on or Before March 4, 1907 with Supplement, September 25, 1914.


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US Bureau of Indian Affairs Letters Received by the Office, 1824-1881 (Miami Agency)


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Oklahoma Genealogical Society Compilation of Records from the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory

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