Red Man’s Origin [E-book, mobi]

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Here is the earliest and most authoritative version of the story of the origins and migrations of the Cherokee people, as recounted by a noted member of the Keetoowah Society and published in the Indian Chieftan newspaper in the 1890s.

First recorded by Cornsilk (William Eubanks) from the recitation in Cherokee by Sahkiyah (Soggy) Sanders in 1890s Indian Territory, this tribal narrative has now been edited and published anew after a lapse of over a hundred years.

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