This just in from Dennis Partridge at AccessGenealogy.com:
|This is just to touch base with you and
let you know of a major addition to our Native American Records section,
as well as retouch with you what we have available, in case you wish to
mention it to your visitors.
All information is readily available directly from:
Our latest addition:
Dawes Enrollment Cards Index - Final Rolls 1898-1914
AccessGenealogy has come to the front in 1991 for Native American
genealogy records and data. Our latest addition to the site only
continues our commitment to the Native American genealogy community.
Added to our website this week are the Dawes Enrollment Cards Index -
Final Rolls 1898-1914. Though we've had images online our site for over
a year now providing access to a very basic index, we now provide more
in depth information in our new text database. The data now includes
name, sex, age, blood degree, census card, roll number and miscellaneous
information for each applicant. Almost 300,000 individuals are listed in
Recent Major additions also include:
1896 Applications (In progress)
Applications from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Muskogee Area Office,
Relating to the Enrollment of the Five Civilized Tribes under the Act of
1880 Cherokee Census
This is a transcription of the index for Schedule One and will include
all nine districts.
1871 Shawnee Census
Register of the names of members of the Shawnee Tribe of Indians who
have moved to and located in the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory,
(prior to the 10th day of June, 1871).
Native American Rolls
Cooper Roll ~ 1855
Index to Final Roll ~ 1889~1914
McKennon Roll ~ 1889
Wallace Roll ~ 1890
Kern Clifton Roll ~ 1897
Guion Miller Roll ~ 1909*
We also offer lookups on many other rolls not presently found online...
Native American Census
Some Names on the 1832 Creek Census
1835 Cherokee East of the Mississippi Census Index
We also have at the website these datasets/articles/books for Native
Tribal Migrations East of the Mississippi, by David I. Bushnell, Jr.
Four maps provide Tribal movement of the Muskhogean, Siouan, Uchean,
Iroquoian, ALgonquian, and Caddoan.
Notes on the Creek, By J. N. B. Hewitt
A look at the way life used to be in the Creek Nation. Subjects
covered: Marriage, Crimes, Government, Education, and many more.
Native American Land Patents
A listing by state and tribe for Land Patents issued by the government
to Native Americans
How to Search
A guide to searching the Native American Rolls.
Stories and Legends of the Stillaguamish and Allied Tribes
Great little stories based on the authors visits to the tribes and
friendship with them
The Town Register
The Sokokis Indians, later known as the Pequawket tribe, were the
earliest known inhabitants of this region.
Indian History of Winneshiek County
An account of the Winnebago Tribe of Indians who lived in Winneshiek
County. The Winnebago tribe is the fourth group of the great Siouan, or
My Native American Nations
Our online community, which we invite all readers to participate by
providing links to your pages, suggestions, and comments.
Tribes and Nations of Canada
An alphabetical listing of Canadian Tribes by Province
History of Cherokee Indians ~ Bios
with links added to the Cherokee Genealogies
History of the Cherokee Indians ~ Genealogy
By Emmet Starr, Genealogy section
Indians of Chicago
The Illinois, Miami and Pottawatomie
Massasoit, Great Sachem of the Wampanoags
Great Sachem of the Wampanoag Indians, 1620-1661, who, by his friendly
disposition towards the whites, and his faithful observance of his
treaty obligations to them, has earned the undying gratitude of
English names listed on the 1831 "list of claims allowed under the
treaty in Mingo 's district". No Chatah names have been listed.
are "persons that have relinquished" (their land).
Indian Chiefs I Have Known
The first selection in our Native Kids section!
Cherokees of the Smoky Mountains, From the Papers of Horace Kephart
Complete book on line
Indian Children Put In Service ~ 1676
Copy of a paper endorsed, "A List of the Indian Children put to
that came in (to Boston) with John of Packachooge; presented To the
Honorable Gen Court for their Confyrmation, etc. By the Commitee
Appointed for ye affayre." The document of which this is a copy, is
the autograph of the Hon. Daniel Gookin. - Editor.
The Choctaw of Bayou Lacomb, By David I. Bushnell, Jr.
Complete book on line
Muster Roll of Ha CubBee Band
Muster roll of a party of immigrant Choctaw Indians of the Ha Cubbees
Band who arrived at Fort Coffee, in the Choctaw Nation West, on the 23
of June 1847
Muster Roll of Big Black River Band
Muster roll of a party on immigrant Choctaw Indians, known as the Big
Black River Band who arrived at Fort Coffee, in the Choctaw Nation West
on the 10th of June 1847
Memories of the American Anthropological Association, Notes on the
Caddo, by Elsie Clews Parsons.
Albuquerque Indian School
Photographs of the Albuquerque Indian School, which was established in
1881 to provide
off-reservation industrial training to the Indians of the Southwest. By
1912, the school had 8 primary grades and over 300 students; by 1925
enrollment increased to over 800 students and grades 11 and 12 were
added. The Albuquerque Indian School continued operating until 1982,
when its program was transferred to the Santa Fe Indian School.
Field Survey Heart Bute District Backfeet Indian Reservation, Montana
And much much much more... So much more, we often forget what we already
Native American Links and NaNations are sections of AccessGenealogy.com a
website devoted to bringing individuals free online data for their
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