The Payne-Butrick papers /

This set is a collection of information about traditional Cherokee culture. Because many of the Cherokees own records were lost during their forced removal to the west, the Payne-Butrick Papers are the most detailed written source about the Cherokee Nation during the late eighteenth and early ninete...

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Main Author: Payne, John Howard, 1791-1852
Other Authors: Butrick, D. S. (Daniel Sabin), 1789-1847, Anderson, William L., 1941-, Brown, Jane L., Rogers, Anne F.
Format: Book
Published: Lincoln, Neb. : University of Nebraska Press, 2010.
Series:Indians of the Southeast.

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Call Number: E99.C5 P36 2010
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