Guion Miller roll "plus" of Eastern Cherokee, east and west of Mississippi "1909"

Dawes rolls
by Bob Blankenship
Blankenship, Bob (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
[North Carolina] : Cherokee Roots, [19--]
276 p.
0963377442

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Oklahoma, Applications for Enrollment to the Five Civilized Tribes are available online, click here.

"1909 Guion Miller roll "plus" - The 1909 Guion Miller roll plus 1898 Dawes roll information for those that were on both rolls. Includes all applicants for the Miller Roll, both accepted and not accepted for the Court of Claims settlement. One can look backward in time from 1906 to the 1898 Dawes Roll and find such items of information as Dawes roll number, census card number, degree of Cherokee blood, and surname in 1898. All in addition to the information provided in the original 1909 Guion Miller Roll." -- t.p.

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