Add to GoodReads

A Guide to Cherokee Documents in the Northeastern United States

Paul Kutsche

This bibliography attempts complete coverage of manuscript collections on the Cherokee in the Northeastern portion of the U.S.—Chicago and Madison east to Philadelphia. Its annotations list most names of people, whether Cherokee or non-Cherokee, mentioned in the annotated documents, and most place names, making a particular attempt to annotate and index the more obscure people and places. The author has given particular attention to compiling a thorough index in order to help researchers to discover quickly which libraries contain materials on their topics. Index entries run five to twenty per document, for a total of 6,257 documents. « less more »
Scarecrow Press
Pages: 541Size: 8 3/4 x 11 1/4
978-0-8108-1827-9 • Hardback • May 1995 • $133.00 • (£85.00)
Paul Kutsche has taught anthropology since 1959 at Colorado College, where he founded the Department of Anthropology and served as its chairman for several years.
All research libraries should obtain this volume and all scholars in the area of Cherokee history and ancillary areas will find it indispensable in their work.
American Indian Quarterly

For libraries serving scholars interested in the Cherokee this book is invaluable.
American Reference Books Annual

The author is an expert in Cherokee ethno-history and has detailed in this guide a wealth of material which would be impossible for most researchers to find.
Heritage Quest