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The Cherokee Nation : a history, Robert J. Conley

Label
The Cherokee Nation : a history
Title
The Cherokee Nation
Title remainder
a history
Statement of responsibility
Robert J. Conley
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDXCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Conley, Robert J
Dewey number
975.004/97557
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
E99.C5
LC item number
C716 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cherokee Nation
  • Cherokee Indians
  • Cherokee Indians
  • Cherokee Indians
Label
The Cherokee Nation : a history, Robert J. Conley
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1. Theories and legends -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 2. Early invasions -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 3. Beginnings of central government -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 4. Visits back and forth -- Glossary -- 5. "What nation or people am I afraid of?" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 6. "Let him be wary" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 7. "President of the nation" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 8. "I have my young warriors around me" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 9. "Our cry is all for peace" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 10. "A pipe and a little tobacco" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- 11. "Perpetual friendship" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 12. Tecumseh and Red Eagle -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 13. Five treaties in three years -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 14. Many changes taking place -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- Photos and illustrations -- Maps -- Chiefs -- Historical plates -- 15. "The Cherokee are not foreigners" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 16. The treaty of New Echota -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 17. "Living upon the roots and sap of trees" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary --
  • 18. Hundreds of babies died -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 19. Killings on both sides -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 20. The Golden Age -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 21. Confederates and Pins -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 22. Indian territory -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 23. Jurisdictional confusion -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 24. The Dawes Commission and Redbird Smith -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 25. Oklahoma -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 26. World War II -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 27. Renaissance -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 28. Self-determination -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 29. The first woman chief -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 30. "What do they want with this old building?" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 31. "What greater gift can we give our children?" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- Appendices -- Principal Chiefs of the Cherokee nation -- Chiefs of the Western Cherokees -- Chiefs of the Texas Cherokees -- The Confederate Cherokee Nation and Chief Stand Watie -- Chiefs of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians -- Chiefs of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians -- Cherokee nation treaties -- Western Cherokee treaties
Control code
ocn185536539
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 265 p.
Isbn
9780826332356
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
(OCoLC)185536539
Label
The Cherokee Nation : a history, Robert J. Conley
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1. Theories and legends -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 2. Early invasions -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 3. Beginnings of central government -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 4. Visits back and forth -- Glossary -- 5. "What nation or people am I afraid of?" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 6. "Let him be wary" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 7. "President of the nation" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 8. "I have my young warriors around me" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 9. "Our cry is all for peace" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 10. "A pipe and a little tobacco" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- 11. "Perpetual friendship" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 12. Tecumseh and Red Eagle -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 13. Five treaties in three years -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 14. Many changes taking place -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- Photos and illustrations -- Maps -- Chiefs -- Historical plates -- 15. "The Cherokee are not foreigners" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 16. The treaty of New Echota -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 17. "Living upon the roots and sap of trees" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary --
  • 18. Hundreds of babies died -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 19. Killings on both sides -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 20. The Golden Age -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 21. Confederates and Pins -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 22. Indian territory -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 23. Jurisdictional confusion -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 24. The Dawes Commission and Redbird Smith -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 25. Oklahoma -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 26. World War II -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 27. Renaissance -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 28. Self-determination -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 29. The first woman chief -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 30. "What do they want with this old building?" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- 31. "What greater gift can we give our children?" -- Source list and suggestions for further reading -- Glossary -- Appendices -- Principal Chiefs of the Cherokee nation -- Chiefs of the Western Cherokees -- Chiefs of the Texas Cherokees -- The Confederate Cherokee Nation and Chief Stand Watie -- Chiefs of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians -- Chiefs of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians -- Cherokee nation treaties -- Western Cherokee treaties
Control code
ocn185536539
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 265 p.
Isbn
9780826332356
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
(OCoLC)185536539

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