[Cherokee laws. Enacted by the General Council, of the Cherokees residing in the direction of the East; passed from time to time at the Council Ground: beginning in the year 1808. And also the laws enacted by the Cherokees known as the "Old settlers" residing in the direction of the West. Beginning in the year 1824. Together with [the laws of] the United Cherokees formerly residing in the direction of the East and West. And also the constitution and laws here enacted; beginning with the year 1839 and continuing to 1849. Printed by order of the General Council. Tsunitsutlâhitû, interpreter
Entirely in Cherokee characters; translation of title given is from Pilling's Bibliography of the Iroquoian languages. 1888, p. 40. Although the t.-p. has date 1850, printing was not complete until 1852. cf. Hargrett, Oklahoma imprints, no. 153.
Cherokee Indians Cherokee Indians--Politics and government Cherokee Nation. Constitution
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