Footnote Releases American Indian Collection

Footnote Releases American Indian Collection

Historical records subscription site Footnote released a new records collection focusing on American Indians. It includes: Ratified Indian Treaties dating back to 1722 Indian Census Rolls featuring information including age, place of residence and degree of Indian blood The Guion Miller Roll, an important source for Cherokee ancestors Dawes Packets...

Historical records subscription site Footnote released a new records collection focusing on American Indians. It includes:

  • Ratified Indian Treaties dating back to 1722
  • Indian Census Rolls featuring information including age, place of residence and degree of Indian blood
  • The Guion Miller Roll, an important source for Cherokee ancestors
  • Dawes Packets, containing original applications for tribal enrollments, as well as other documents relating to the Five Civilized Tribes

As with Footnote’s other records, members can search, annotate and add comments to records. Visitors also can view pages for other American Indian tribes, which feature a timeline and map, photo gallery, stories and members’ comments.

The records are available with a $79.95 annual subscription to Footnote (a free seven-day trial is available). Access the collection here.

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