1818 Letter from Cherokee chiefs to Gov. McMinn
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Seven handwritten pages, in ink, of a letter from various Cherokee leaders to Tennessee Governor Joseph McMinn discussing the removal of Cherokees west of the Mississippi. Notation at top: "For the Raleigh Register." At end of letter: "A True Copy attest; John Ross member of the Nation'l Committee." A short introduction to this document is available here: http://tsla.tnsosfiles.com/digital/teva/intros/33637.pdf .
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McMinn, Joseph, 1758-1824
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