Eastern Cherokee, North Carolina Census Vol 2 1925-26 (Genealogy) by: James Henderson
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This is the second volume in a series of transcriptions of census material for the Eastern Band of Cherokees between 1923 and 1929 (see also Volume I). Researchers familiar with the work of compiler Jeff Bowen will know that he completed the transcription of a four-volume series of census records gathered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs Agent James E. Henderson for the years 1915 to 1922. Like its predecessor this new three-volume series is based on Agent Hendersons enumerations. This series marks the first time the 1923 to 1929 Eastern Cherokee data has been made available as a publication.
Eastern Cherokee Census, Cherokee, North Carolina, 19231929 concerns the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians from Cherokee, North Carolina, living on the reservation known as the Qualla Boundary. Individuals enumerated in the Henderson census are descendants of the Cherokees who were not removed to Indian Territory during the period 1838 to 1839 in the migration known as the "Trail of Tears." While there is sometimes additional data, information provided in the census almost invariably gives each persons name, family relationship, date of birth, and sexinformation that is critical in any genealogical research. In all, researchers will find references to about 3,500 Cherokees who inhabited the Qualla Boundary between 1925 and 1926, bringing the total identified in this series to date to about 7,000.
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