Documenting Cherokee Heritage 10/19/2013 Chattanooga Public Library

    Documenting Cherokee Heritage

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    Suzette Raney of the Local History and Genealogy Department will lead researchers through the steps to document Cherokee Heritage. She will illustrate the use of the Guion Miller Eastern Cherokee Applications, the Dawes Applications, and other rolls such as the Old Settler Payment Roll of 1896. The Chattanooga Public Library contains one of the largest collections of Cherokee resources in the country. This event is in commemoration of the 175th anniversary of the Trail of Tears.

    Event Details

    Sponsor: Chattanooga Public Library
    Admission: Free
    Phone: (423) 757-5317
    Email: helms_m@lib.chattanooga.gov
    Location: Chattanooga Public Library Downtown Auditorium

    Event Schedule

    10/19/2013 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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