Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
David Henley Waste Book, January 2, 1797-December 31, 1798. 268 pp. (penciled page numbers ; done prior to receipt by McClung Collection). 1 volume. Original volume.
Henry Parker, Ky., letter to Rev. John D. Wilson, Maryville. November 25, 1838. Re: trip with Indians, probably the Cherokee Removal. (photocopy) 2 copies.
1926 photostat of May 3, 1819 letter from R. Houston to Secretary of War J. C. Calhoun. 2 pp. Re: Cherokee land claims under new treaty. Photostat has cover letter from E. B. Merritt, Office of Indian Affairs, 1926.
August 11, 1807 testimony of Samuel Riley, interpreter, re: disruption by Cherokees of Captain Armistead’s attempt to move prisoner James Chisholm on August 9, 1807. In the Cherokee Nation, near Walker’s Ferry. Mentions Cherokee Samuel Graves, Hanging Maw’s sons Willioa and Tom, James Rogers, Cotiquskee, the Ridge. ADS 2 pp.
Rules, regulations, and restrictions to be observed by Solomon Marks in his trade with the Cherokee Indians...July 7, 1791. ADS 1 pc. + Bond of Solomon Marks, Clayborne Watkins, and James Greenaway, Washington County, Va., for $1,000.00 to the President of the United States, re: Solomon Marks’ license to trade with the Cherokee Indians. ADS 1 pc. July 7, 1791.
April 25, 1825, letter from Thos. Calhoon (Calhoun?), Wilson County, to Rev. Robert Bell, Cherokee Nation, Charity Hall. ALS 1 p. Re: Bro. Guthrie at Calhoon’s house; wife sending Bell a jacket; “...hope you will have stars in your crown from the heathen work.”
William Cocke, attorney. Bond of Solomon Marks, Claiburn Dothens(?), and James Greenway. Re: trading with [Cherokee] Indians. 179_).
February Term, 1792(?) (1799?), Washington District, Superior Court, Territory of the United States South of the River Ohio. $1,000.00 bond to be collected from Solomon Marks (seller identified name as ‘Harke’). Claiburn [sic.] Dothens(?) (seller identified name as ‘Walker’); and James Greenway. For violating rules of trade with the [Cherokee] Indians, selling them ‘prohibited commodities.’ ADS 2 pp. (1 pc.). Signed by William Cocke.