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  • Native American (category Indians of North America)
    United States American Indians Starting Research Native American Census Native American The Native Americans are not a homogenous population. There are
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  • Wills, 1911-1921.  FHL book 970.1 Native American WIlls and Probatee Records, 1911-1921.  FHL book 970.1 B675n Native American Wills and Probate Records. FHL
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  • link is http://www.ancestralfindings.com/americanindian.htm. Online Native American Indian Genealogy Records & Databases Including Links to Dawes Commission
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  • United States American Indians Online Databases Online collections of American Indian records for family history or finding ancestry, including vital records
    24 KB (28 words) - 21:30, 10 March 2020
  • United States U.S. Minorities Louisiana Ethnic Groups   See African American Resources for Louisiana. See the wiki page Indians of Louisiana .
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  • States Migration U.S. Migration Trails and Roads Alachua-Tampa Bay Trail Native American trail that ran north from the Tampa Bay area to Alachua, Florida. There
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  • newspaper collections. Chronicling America has some historical issues for the state of New Mexico online. The Native American Obituary Project is a compilation
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  • Shamokin and Kittanning and was used by Native Americans for travel into the current Ohio region of America. During the French and Indian War, it enabled
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  • Indian Census Rolls Project -- http://www.us-census.org/native/m595/ Byers, Paula K., Ed. Native American Genealogical Handbook. "Agency Census Records" Pages
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  • the great Native American Chief Passaconoway. Another historical highlight of the area are the locks at Cromwells Falls, renowned by The American Canal Society
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  • Native American Research Native American Census Native American Probate Records Native American Research in Oklahoma Indians of the United States Indians
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  • in 1763, Native Americans burned all of the forts. After the British army defeated several of the hostile Native tribes the Native Americans moved into
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  • 1835. Computerized manuscript extractions. 1848-1970 - United States, Native American, Eastern Cherokee Indian Reservation Rolls, 1848-1970 at FamilySearch
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  • used as a Native American trading and war path and later a military road. The name was derived from the powerful Miami tribe. Native Americans and white
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  • what is now the state of Ohio. Many portions were based on traditional Native American trails. United States Overland Travel 1784 to 1839, Zanes Trace, Natchez
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  • Standardsville, Virginia to Saponi, near Salisbury, North Carolina. Native-American Trails in North Carolina See trail 46. Indian Trials on VA. See trail
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  • Trail Trail running from Tupelo, Mississippi to Bolivar, Tennessee. Native American Trails See trail 109
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  • Historical Society. Holdings useful for family history include these: Native American Resources Confederate Pension Index Cards Oklahoma Postcards Here you
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  • (Denver) Native American Indian Census Rolls for New Mexico -- http://www.us-census.org/native/m595/new_mexico.html An 1869 study of "Native American Indians
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  • last quarter of the 17th century, several other, mainly Anishinaabe Native American tribes, displaced them from the territories they claimed on the north
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