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Indians

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Henry Parker letter to Rev. John D. Wilson, November 25, 1838 (Photocopy).

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1977.007
Scope and Contents

Henry Parker, Ky., letter to Rev. John D. Wilson, Maryville. November 25, 1838. Re: trip with Indians, probably the Cherokee Removal. (photocopy) 2 copies.

Dates: 1838

[Indigenous Presentation 1], 1953, Inspected 6/20/17

 Item
Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.016.110
Scope and Contents

Long and medium takes of what appear to be indigenous people in historic dress performing in a field, flanked by stands.

Dates: 1953; Other: Inspected 6/20/17

[Indigenous Presentation 2], 1953, Inspected 6/20/17

 Item
Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.016.111
Scope and Contents

Long and medium shots of what appear to be indigenous people in historic dress taking part in a group function, such as a festival or ceremony.

Dates: 1953; Other: Inspected 6/20/17

[Indigenous Presentation 3], [date not determined], Inspected 6/2/17

 Item
Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.016.112
Scope and Contents

An event that appears to be a dance, ceremony, or some other communal activity involving a group of indigenous people in historic dress.

Dates: [date not determined]; Other: Inspected 6/2/17

Willie Blount Papers, 1801-1815.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0132
Scope and Contents Thirty-one documents from the Willie Blount Papers. No date, 1801-1815. Willie Blount (1768-1835) was Governor of Tennessee from 1809-1815. Correspondents include: Andrew Jackson, John Hutchins, Henry Dearborn, R. J. Meigs, Glass (Cherokee Chief), John Sevier, Archibald Roane, Major Lovely, James [Frimble], Robert Hoyle, [Josiah] Meigs, Willie Blount, Judge Locke of Rutledge, James White. Blount’s correspondence covers 1809-1815, and is primarily with R. J. Meigs, Agent of the Highwassee...
Dates: 1801-1815