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Posted by janet upshaw on 6/28/2010, 7:49 am, in reply to "Re: John Speirs - Cherokee Interpreter"
hello. I am working on an Eastern Band of Cherokee, woman, that lived in Bladenboro, NC. Not sure why she has a male name, Roy Edwards. Her mothers name is Mary Edwards. I am waiting for better info from my friend. |
: Hi Gary:
: I work in the archives at Tulane
: University and I think we might have
: some of General Jackson's papers.
: I'm real busy with work right now,
: but I'll try to get to it this week.
: Melissa Smith
: --Previous Message--
: I need info on John Speirs, Cherokee
: Interpreter for General Andrew
: Jackson in the 1817 Treaty with the
: Cherokee Indians. Also need info on
: John Spear that was granted 640
: of land for being the head of
: household of a Cherokee Indian
: in the Cherokee Territory in present
: day NorthWest Georgia. The above
: info. was taken from the American
: State Papers which can be found on
: the internet. The John Spear info.
: is listed under Public Lands, Volume
: 3, 1815 - 1824. Look on the index
: for Reservaions of Land. It is on
: page 396 & 397. Please send any
: info you have to this website and to
: me at spiersgo@A.com
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