Memorial of the Cherokee Delegation, submitting the Memorial and Protest of the Cherokee People to Congress.
A petition and protest of the Cherokee Indians East of the Mississippi led by John Ross, Sitewakee, others.
Cherokee Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting the Information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2d instant, in relation to the Cherokee Indians East of the Mississippi. A petition sent by John Ross, R. Taylor, Edward Gunter, Elijah Hicks, James brown, Samuel Gunter, Sitewakee, Phite Path on behalf of the Cherokee Nation to the United States Congress.
Includes the response from the United States government insisting that the Cherokee honor the treaty of 1835 made at New Enchota “...by the Rev. John F. Schermerhorn and certain unauthorized individual Cherokees…” [p(1)].
Description: Memorial of the Cherokee Delegation, submitting the Memorial and Protest of the Cherokee People to Congress.
[Washington:] Thomas Allen, print. . 7, [1, (blank)]pp. Removed, disbound. Very good condition.