Fw: Cherokee heritage

H. C. Covington -- I CAN America (icanamerica@email.msn.com)
Mon, 7 Jun 1999 17:50:02 -0500

Subject: Cherokee heritage

Your relatives told you that you are part Cherokee, Chocktaw, Chickasaw,
Seminole, or Creek but you never found out if you really were. The research into
this aspect of your genealogy is very frustrating. If you live in Oklahoma or
Washington D.C. it is a little easier.

There are two lists that you must reference to get started. The first is the
Dawes Rolls (The Final Rolls of Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized
Tribes in Indian Territory) consisting of 634 pages of names. In order to find
the name you want you would have to download every page to be sure that the name
that you were looking for didn't appear on the roll. You could also order copies
of the pages from the National Archives at $10 per page. That would cost you
$6,340 for the complete set.

The second list is the Guion Rolls. This list is the list of Eastern Cherokee's.
There are 343 pages in this roll. There goes another $3,430.

You can now get both lists on one CD for only $19.95. Thats right, all 977 pages
taken directly from the National Archives. They include many handwritten
notations and comments. See if you can find Will Rogers. He's there. These lists
are also a terrific addition to your  genealogy reference files.

To order, send a check, cashiers check, or money order for $19.95 plus $3.00
shipping and handling to:

George Harrell & Associates
1589 Rambling Rd.
Simi Valley, CA 93065-5907

California residents add 7.25% sales tax. Allow 4 weeks delivery.

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