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Notes on the Creek Indians
By J. N. B. Hewitt, Chapter from Bulletin 123, Bureau of
English names listed on the 1831 "list of claims allowed under the
treaty in Mingo 's district". No Chatah names have been listed.
These are "persons that have relinquished" (their land).
"Document 512, Correspondence on the Subject of the Emigration of
Indians between the 30th November, 1831 and 27th December, 1833
With Abstracts of Expenditures by Disbursing Agents, in the
Removal and Subsistence of Indians. Furnished in answer to a
resolution of the Senate of 27th December, 1833, by the Commissary
General of Subsistence., Vol. III, printed in Washington by Duff
of the Cherokee Phoenix
Abstract information that pertained to the Nation or surrounding
environs TN, AL, GA, NC, and SC.
to Search for your Native American Ancestors
These pages are meant as a guide for researching you Cherokee,
Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Seminole ancestors, also known as
the Five Civilized Tribes.
Southeastern United States Indian Research
We are pleased to present the work of Jacqueline A. Matte,
Historian and author of They Say the Wind is Red.
Indian History of Winneshiek County, Iowa
In the preparation of this article it has been the compiler's
aim to make the work as complete and correct as possible. Diligent
search has been made for information, and considerable pains have
been taken to give the people of Winneshiek county, a reliable
account of the Indians who once inhabited this section of the
country. The writer has discovered that a number of erroneous
statements in regard to these Indians have unfortunately found
their way into print. In such instances every effort has been made
to procure accurate information.
Indian Children put in Service - 1676
A List of the Indian Children put to service that came in (to
Boston) with John of Packachooge; presented To the Honorable Gen
Court for their Confyrmation, etc. By the Commitee Appointed for
Membership Required Websites
New England Historical and
Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850
New Town Additions - New Ashford, Saugus, Southborough,
At the turn of the twentieth century NEHGS was instrumental in the
effort to purchase books of vital statistics to the year 1850 for
the 351 cities and towns in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By
1945 the vital records for over 200 of these municipalities had
been published. Many of these volumes were added to
NewEnglandAncestors.org in weekly installments during 2002. This
marked the first time these records were made available online in
their original context, including the original source citations.
The newest additions to this database are the towns of New
Ashford, Saugus, Southborough, Shrewsbury, and Stoneham.
The Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Profiles -
The Society of the Cincinnati was established in 1783 by and for
the officers in Continental Service. It was organized in 14
constituent societies, one of which is the Massachusetts Society.
Eligibility was based on the officer's length and terms of
Membership in the Society of the Cincinnati was extended to the
officers of the Continental Army - as well as Continental Navy and
Marine officers - who had served until the end of the war, plus
those who had been declared no longer needed by acts of Congress
and those who had served honorably for three years during the war.
Also eligible were the oldest male lineal descendants of officers
who died in service. The officers of the French Navy and Army who
served with the American Army were also entitled to join.
This database contains information on those Massachusetts officers
eligible for membership. Absence from this list does not
conclusively exclude eligibility.
The following member profiles were added to the database this
William Scott, Joseph Smith, Simeon Smith, Simeon Spring, Ebenezer
Sproat, William Stacy, John Roosevelt Stafford, Joseph Stebbins
Jr. , William Torrey (Adjutant), William Torrey (Ensign), Jacob
Town, David Townsend, Dominick Trant, William Treadwell, Samuel
Tubbs, Samuel Tucker, Thomas Turner, John Steel Tyler, Christopher
Walcott, Joseph Wales, Timothy Walker, Nahum Ward, Adriel Warren,
Joseph Warren, and William Warren.
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910
Added this week:
Indexes: 1881 to 1885
The latest installment in this ongoing database includes the
indexes to all Massachusetts birth, death, and marriage records
from 1881 to 1885 and actual records from 1854 (vols. 78-86). The
indexes include name of individual, town or village of event, year
of event, and volume and page number of the original record.
Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections
New this week: Transcriptions of the following cemeteries in
Westbrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut:
Source: "Inscriptions Town of Westbrook Conn." Compiled by the
Saybrook Third Society, 1907-10. Call number MSS CT WES 22.
Histoire de Belgique
The autobiography of Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard
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