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Indian lands west of Arkansas (Oklahoma)

Frances Jerome Woods

Indian lands west of Arkansas (Oklahoma)

population schedule of the United State census of 1860

by Frances Jerome Woods

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Published by Arrow Print. Co. in [s.l.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma
    • Subjects:
    • Oklahoma -- Census, 1860.,
    • Oklahoma -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Frances Woods.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF693 .W68
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 72 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4217311M
      LC Control Number80496953

      In , the Osage made another treaty, selling their remaining lands in Arkansas, and agreed to move to Indian Territory in Oklahoma. In , the Quapaws only had some people left and sold. [The primary content for this article is an edited rendition of the Osage Indians as told in William G. Cutler’s History of the State of Kansas, first published in ]. Of the Indian nations living north of the Arkansas River and west of the Mississippi River, the Osage were best known to the French during the early years of their occupancy of Louisiana.

      Relief shown pictorially. "Pendleton's Lithography." From: American Antiquarian Society. Transactions and collections. Vol. 2, , fol. p. Hand colored to show the location of Indian tribes and 11 linguistic families. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. 10 Things Archaeologists Found In Arkansas That Are Amazing. Arkansas has a wealth of ancient history under its beautiful soil! People of all ages can study what the archaeologists are finding out at these locations across the Natural State; stories from thousands of years ago have been unearthed and put on display for the public to educate themselves about how our ancestors lived.

      Federal Census contains Indian lands in Arkansas. Swetland Roll – Prepared by S.H. Swetland as a listing of those Cherokee, and their decedents, who were listed as remaining in North Carolina by Mullay Census. Made pursuant to an act of Congress for a removal payment authorization. S. H. Why was land west of the Mississippi River named Louisiana? Louisiana was named after Louis XIV, King of France from to When René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle claimed the territory drained by the Mississippi River for France, he named it La Louisiane, meaning "Land of Louis".


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Indian lands west of Arkansas (Oklahoma) by Frances Jerome Woods Download PDF EPUB FB2

The maps are from the original book Indian Land Cessions in the United States, Compiled by Charles C. Royce. It was published in The 18th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology -- ’97, Vol II, Smithsonian Institution, printed by the Indian lands west of Arkansas book Printing Office, The Indian Territory and the Indian Territories are terms that generally describe an evolving land area set aside by the United States Government for the relocation of Native Americans who held aboriginal title to their land as a sovereign independent state.

In general, the tribes ceded land they occupied in exchange for land grants in The concept of an Indian Territory was an outcome of Today part of: Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska.

Get this from a library. census of the free inhabitants of Indian lands west of Arkansas (Oklahoma Indian Territory). [Carole Ellsworth; Sue Emler] -- "Compiled from original microfilmed census published by the Nation Archives.

This census is at the end of the census of Yell County, Arkansas. Film numbers Mroll number 52"--Introd. >"This. Get this from a library. Indian lands west of Arkansas (Oklahoma): population schedule of the United States census of [Frances Jerome Woods].

This census is at the end of the census of Yell County, Arkansas. Film numbers Mroll number 52"--Introd. "This census was taken of the free inhabitants of the following Indian Nations: Creek, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw and Seminole. Enumeration includes whites, and those blacks who were considered free, living in Indian Nation.

The Osage hunted over much of the northern, and particularly northwestern, part of Arkansas and claimed all lands now included in the State as far south as Arkansas River.

They ceded most of their claims to these to the United States Government in a treaty signed at Fort Clark, Louisiana Territory, inand the remainder by treaties at St.

census of the free inhabitants of Indian lands west of Arkansas (Oklahoma Indian Territory) by Carole Ellsworth; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Census,Census, 8th,Genealogy, Registers of births; Places: Oklahoma, United States. From: [Documents concerning Col.

Henry Dodge's expedition to the Rocky Mountains], House Document24th Cong., 1st session,serial LC Many nations, Exhibition: Indians of North America, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., August, Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.

Osage Indians cede Missouri and Arkansas lands. Most Indian tribes were devastated by these relocations, including some of the Southern Sioux tribes like the Kansa, whose population of 1, Lands West of Arkansas. Please note this census has nothing to do with Arkansas.

It is a census for Indian Lands west of Arkansas in which a U.S. Marshall and his five assistant marshalls enumerated all the 'white and free inhabitants in the territories west of Arkansas'. This area was not a. The Cherokee Indians were one of the "Five Civilized Tribes", because they had assimilated cultural and customs of the white settlers and Facts about the History of Arkansas Indians The climate, land, history, environment and natural resources that were available to the indigenous Indian tribes in Arkansas resulted in the adoption of the Southeast culture.

Please note: Although some of these records have been digitized and made available online, there are many records that are only available in paper or microfilm format at NARA locations. The access to and acquisition of land drove much of American history.

From wars, treaties, immigration, and settlement, land is interwoven into the very core of what it means to be America.

The Indian Removal Act was controversial, but Jackson argued it was the best option since settlers had rendered Indian lands incompatible with sustaining their way of life. As many as 30, Cherokee passed through Arkansas on their way to Indian Territory in Oklahoma by land or water or a combination of the two between and as part of Indian Removal.

The Trail of Tears left hundreds of dead buried in shallow graves and weakened others so. State: Arkansas County: Indian Lands Sheet No: Creek Census West of Arkansas (hosted at CouchGenWeb) Indian Census of Gay Head (Aquinnah), Massachusetts.

But when federal and newly formed state governments (including Arkansas’s) sought to open additional lands for white American settlement, Indians across the Southeast lost their status as allies and were viewed instead as troublesome vagabonds to be removed even farther west, to a newly created Indian Territory in present-day Oklahoma and Kansas.

Indian Lands, AR Federal Census Index Indian Lands west of Arkansas. This area is now in the State of Oklahoma. pgtxt 14 BONDEL Eliza 42 Maine pgtxt 31 BOOK John S.

30 Ohio pgtxt 17 BOONE D. 31 Tennessee pgtxt 26 BOOT Dollay 80 South Carolina pgtxt 26 BORGEAUD Frank   FHL Book Cci Census of the Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory by Joyce A. Rex. FHL book Crja Volumes Church Records [ edit | edit source ] The Goodland Indian Orphanage: a story of Christian Missions.

by Sammy D. Hogue FHL book Hr two vol. FHL fiche What is now Arkansas has been the possession of the following Indian tribes; no one tribe, it seems, occupied or owned the territory in its entirety, but their possessions extended into the lines, covering a portion of the lands only, and then reaching many degrees, sometimes to the north, south and west: The Osages, a once numerous tribe, were.

Although Indian removal is generally associated with the act of Congress, the process was already beginning by the late s. Pressure of white settlement led small parties of Choctaws, Cherokees, and Chickasaws to move west of the Mississippi, and by they were settling in Arkansas, Indian Territory, and east Texas.

The Osage Nation (/ ˈ oʊ s eɪ dʒ / OH-sayj) (Osage: 𐓁𐓣 𐓂𐓤𐓘𐓯𐓤𐓘͘ (Ni-u-kon-ska), "People of the Middle Waters") is a Midwestern Native American tribe of the Great tribe developed in the Ohio and Mississippi river valleys around BC along with other groups of its language family.

They migrated west of the Mississippi after the 17th century due to wars. Historic Arkansas Indians: The Quapaw Indians: The Caddo Indians: Tunica and Koroa Indians: The Osage Indians: The Chickasaws: The Natchez Indians: Indians After Europeans: Current Research Writing Prompts: Learning Exercises: Project Background and History: Historic Indians in the Mississippi Valley.

The groups shown on this map represent the. "This book will change the way the history of the West is taught and understood forever."--Publishers Weekly "In a way, Elliot West tells a familiar tale: that of Indians, goldseekers, and the ensuing conflict.

But in this case, West is the first to assess the cataclysmic changes that the Colorado gold rush brought to the Great s: