Cherokee Genealogy -
"There are several approaches to locating Cherokee ancestry on the Internet, and while this is another
attempt to aid genealogists, it is primarily focused on precolonial/colonial era intermarriages between Cherokees and
British/French. Most sites offer information on Cherokees of the 19th and 20th centuries. While this is important,
the majority of us descend from intermarriages that occurred in the 18th century. Thus, most of these kinships came
from British or French traders intermarrying with Cherokees." - quoted from the web site.
Dawes and Guion Miller Rolls -
"Your relatives told you that you are part Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, or Creek but you never found out if
you really were. The research into this aspect of your genealogy is very frustrating. If you live in Oklahoma, Texas, or
Washington D.C. it is a little easier." - from the Website Introduction.
Genealogy & History Links Library State Listings -
State listings for this Web Site. Various Genealogy and History of Native Americans, categorized by State.
Index (1889 - 1914) -
"The index to the Final Rolls of the Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory has been compiled
using microfilm records." - from the Website Introduction.
Oneida Indian Genealogy -
The Dawes Roll -
Who, What, When, Where, Why.
Tracing Your Indian Roots -
"Tracing your Indian roots can be challenging whether you're hoping to gain tribal membership or to fill in your family tree.
There are many roads you will have to take, literally and figuratively, but if you have the patience it will be rewarding."
- from the Website Introduction.