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1869 Dunn Roll, Creek Freedman

This roll was transcribed by Eleanor Wyatt and originally reproduced at her Freedmen of the Five Civilised Tribes website.
This roll has been reproduced here by permission, appended with the Dawes Commission's notes.


Name indexes:

Dunn Roll arranged by Last Name:
A-Ba ... Ba-Bl ... Bl-Br ... Br-Co ... Co-Dr ... Dr-Fr ... Fr-Gr ... Gr-Ha ... Ha-Is ... Is-Ke ... Ke-Le ... Le-Ma ... Ma-McG ... McG-McI ... McI-Mo ... Mo-Re ... Re-Se ... Se-St ... St-Ta ... Th-Wa ... Wa-Ya

Dunn Roll arranged by First Name:
A-B ... C-E ... F-I ... J-K ... L-M ... N-R ... S-Y



Dunn Roll:

North Fork District, 1-447
1-90 ... 91-180 ... 181-270 ... 271-360 ... 361-447

Arkansas District, 448-1214
448-540 ... 540-630 ... 631-720 ... 721-810 ... 811-900 ... 901-990 ... 991-1080 ... 1081-1170 ... 1171-1214

Canadian District, 1215-1774
1215-1350 ... 1351-1440 ... 1441-1530 ... 1531-1620 ... 1621-1710 ... 1711-1774





[End of Dunn Roll]

I, J. W. Dunn, U.S. Indian Agent for the Creek Indians do hereby certify that I examined the following rolls, and that the same are correct, and show the names of such persons only as were enrolled by me previous to the 14th day of March, A.D. 1867, and who were refused any share in the moneys then distributed per capita, for that reason that said persons were of African descent.
Witness my hand this 12th day of June, A.D. 1869.
$30,882.54

J.W. Dunn, U.S. Indian Agent.

We undersigned, Freedmen of the Creek tribe of Indians do hereby acknowledge to have received of L. N. Robinson, Supt. of Indian Affairs for the Southern Superintendency, the sum of Seventeen 34/100 Dollars, each, being the amount to which we were entitled in a per capita payment made to the Creeks March, 14th, 1867, in which payment, we were refused any share for the reason that we were of African descent.
Dated this 19th day of June, A.D. 1869