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Choctaw and Chickasaw early census records

Betty Couch Wiltshire

Choctaw and Chickasaw early census records

by Betty Couch Wiltshire

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Published by Pioneer Pub. Co. in Carrollton, Ms .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mississippi
    • Subjects:
    • Chickasaw Indians -- Mississippi -- Genealogy.,
    • Choctaw Indians -- Mississippi -- Genealogy.,
    • Choctaw Indians -- Census, 1831.,
    • Chickasaw Indians -- Census, 1837.,
    • Chickasaw Indians -- Census, 1839.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementcompiled by Betty Wiltshire.
      GenreGenealogy., Census, 1831., Census, 1837., Census, 1839.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.C55 W56 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 174 p. ;
      Number of Pages174
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL100089M
      ISBN 101885480199
      LC Control Number99214320
      OCLC/WorldCa38530990

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      Early Records of Choctaw County, Mississippi, (N.d.) GS Ref F C45 G z A History of Ackerman. () GS F A25 H "Hopewell Baptist Cemetery," Mississippi Cemetery and Bible Records, GS Ref F M48 Hughes, Nellie Ward. An abundance of Indian tribal records exist for the Five Civilized Tribes -- Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole. Many of these records are held by the National Archives, with the most common resource for tribal records being the Dawes Census Rolls. Early tribal records for any Indian tribe may be scattered or non-existent.

      CHOCTAW ROLLS A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE FINAL ROLLS AND WHO IS ON THEM Below is part of a letter written to Chief Roberts, printed in the BISHINIK, December, under VOICE OF THE CHOCTAW. It helps explain some of the resons why your Choctaw might not have enrolled or was enrolled with less Choctaw blood than they might have been. Unlike other tribes that were physically forced to move out of the "Deep South" the government actively sought to have the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations forcefully unified governmentally. The Choctaw and Chickasaw saw each other as different people and were bitter enemies in the s, but in a treaty was made unifying the two tribes.


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edition, in EnglishPages: Chickasaw or Choctaw by blood or marriage, a United States citizen under permit, an intruder, a State negro or an Indian negro. Chickasaw-Census-Tishomingo County, Document o This census roll lists the names of heads of families, place of residence, number of File Size: KB.

This is the Index of Cherokees, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Creek found on microfilm M obtained from the National Archives in Fort Worth, Texas.

If your ancestor was on the Cherokee Census they probably will NOT be on this index. Treaty with Choctaw & Chickasaw; Choctaw Nation Constitution; Choctaw Nation Constitution; Articles of Confederation; Treaty with Choctaw & Chickasaw; View Treaties on Choctaw Nation site. Territorial Incorporation Records.

Indian Territory; Tribal Rolls & Census Records. Census of the Choctaws; Armstrong Roll. Slave Federal Census Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory (part 3) Chickasaw Indian Church Records. Bible Records of the Crockett/Love/Brown Family; Chickasaw Indian Court Records.

Marriages in the Chickasaw Nation Images; Choctaw & Chickasaw Freedmen Admitted To Citizenship (hosted at African-Native American Genealogy Homepage). Records From the Choctaw Nation, () Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Historical Society.

(census, Cemetery Records, Church Records, Military and other records). FHL Film (first of 90 microfilm reels) Joe R. Goss. A Complete Roll of all Choctaw. Index to Choctaw-Chickasaw Deeds and Allotments by E. Hastain, Forgotten Oklahoma Records: Cherokee Land Allotment Book by Fredrea Cook, (print) The Oklahoma Territory Census and the Oklahoma Census often indicate the township in which a person lived at the time of the census.

The Research Center has Oklahoma county. Information about any tribes other than the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole. Many descriptions from the census cards, and the majority of census card images.

Information about applying for tribal membership. (See links provided on Step 5: What You Can Do Next.). Prepared by A.M.M. Upshaw abstracted from National Archives Filming (M Miscellaneous Indian Removal Rolls, ) of Record Group 75 Records of Bureau of Indian Affairs Edited and Indexed by Larry S.

Watson C. Histree FHL Book: Cce Chickasaw Indian Census Roll Indian Territory, Chickasaw Indian Census Roll. Census Records.

Federal Census Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole tribes. The commission generated the Dawes Rolls of people eligible for tribal membership from to Microfilm copies of Choctaw and Chickasaw enrollment cards are available in our Media Room.

county of marriage, and the book and page where the marriage is recorded. This collection includes a variety of tribal rolls, censuses, and other records created by the Bureau of Indian Affairs that are held at the National Archives at Fort Worth, Texas.

Records in the collection relate to the Arapaho, Cherokee, Eastern Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, Delaware, Kickapoo, Miami, Muskogee, Osage. The persons whose names appear below are those Choctaw and Chickasaw Freedmen adopted inby the Choctaw Nation.

These names are recorded from the census taken the year of the formal adoption of the Africans into the nation. They are recorded in the order in which they appear on the record.

Dawes Records Five Civilized Tribes–Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Tribes in Oklahoma Background on the Dawes Commission The Dawes Act of February 8, marks a turning point in determining tribal citizenship. This Act developed a Federal commission tasked with creating Final Rolls for the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma (Cherokees, Chickasaws.

The Choctaws' History with the Census. The census has always been important to the Choctaw Nation, both in early times and now. This legislation by the General Council of the Choctaw Nation, passed into law inclarified and codified specific procedures for carrying out its national censuses.

These were conducted on a county-by-county basis by the county sheriffs, and the results were. Home Contents Census Transcriptions Census of the Mississippi Choctaw Indians INDIAN CENSUS ROLL Census of the Mississippi Choctaw tribe of the __________ reservation of the Choctaw Agency jurisdiction as of Jtaken by R.

Enochs, Superintendent. This database contains the Native American citizenship enrollment cards, sometimes referred to as census cards, that were prepared by the Dawes Commission.

These enrollment cards apply to the Five Civilized Tribes - the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole. The first record group was the Civil War Pension files, the second record group would be the Choctaw Freedmen census, the Chickasaw Nation Census and finally the Dawes Allotment records.

Isaac ALEXANDER Civil War Pension File Courtesy of Angela Walton-Raji. Census of Choctaw and Chickasaw Freedmen, Series 7RA Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Record Group The National Archives at Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas. Roll of Choctaw-Chickasaw Freedmen, Series 7RA Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Record Group The National Archives at Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas.

(Note: The terms Chickasaw & Choctaw Nations are used here to refer to a place not to a people/tribe) Archive Home. Census. Garvin County. Garvin County. McClain County. Chickasaw Nation Garvin County.

Chickasaw Nation Stephens County. Chickasaw Nation McClain County. Chickasaw Nation Grady County.Mailing Address: PO BoxDurant, OK () Hours: Mon-Fri am - pm. Physical Address: Chukka Hina Durant, OK Census duration: 1 month+.

Census Geography. 46 States - New State in Census: Oklahoma; Territories – Alaska, Hawaii, Arizona, New Mexico and Puerto Rico; Facts.

President during census: William H Taft; census included a question regarding if an individual was a survivor of the Union or Confederate Army or Navy.