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E99 .C5 M665 1902 [Info] Myths of the Cherokee (extract from the 19th annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology; Washington: GPO, 1902), by James Mooney (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E99 .C5 M8 [Info] The Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees (extract from the 7th annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology; Washington: GPO, 1891), by James Mooney (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E99 .C5 P3 [Info] The Cherokee Indians, With Special Reference to Their Relations With the United States Government (New York: The Grafton Press, c1907), by Thomas Valentine Parker (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99.C5 R8 [Info] Letter from John Ross, The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, to a Gentleman of Philadelphia (1838), by John Ross
E99 .C5 S383 [Info] Se-quo-yah, the American Cadmus and Modern Moses (Philadelphia: Office of the Indian Rights Association, 1885), by Geo. E. Foster (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99 .C5 T65 [Info] The Memoirs of Lieut. Henry Timberlake, (Who accompanied the Three Cherokee Indians to England in the Year 1762) (London: Printed for the author, 1765), by Henry Timberlake (page images in Germany)
E99 .C53 G77 1923 [Info] The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life (2 volumes; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1923), by George Bird Grinnell, illust. by Elizabeth C. Grinnell and Mrs. F. E. Tuell
E99 .C53 G77 1962 [Info] The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life (2 volumes, with new introduction by Sandoz; New York: Cooper Square Publishers, 1962), by George Bird Grinnell, contrib. by Mari Sandoz, illust. by Elizabeth C. Grinnell and Mrs. F. E. Tuell (page images at HathiTrust)
E99 .C59 L9 [Info] Chipewyan Tales (Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History v10 part 3; 1912), by Robert Harry Lowie
E99 .C6 C61 1851 [Info] The Traditional History and Characteristic Sketches of the Ojibway Nation (Boston: B. B. Mussey and Co., 1851), by George Copway (multiple formats at Google)
E99 .C6 C61 1858 [Info] Indian Life and Indian History, By an Indian Author (Boston: A. Colby and Co., 1858), by George Copway (multiple formats at Google)
E99 .C6 C75 1847 [Info] The Life, History and Travels of Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh (George Copway), a Young Indian Chief of the Ojebwa Nation (Albany: Weed and Parsons, 1847), by George Copway
E99 .C6 C75 1847 [Info] The Life, History and Travels of Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh (George Copway), a Young Indian Chief of the Ojebwa Nation (6th edition; Philadelphia: J. Harmstead, 1847), by George Copway
E99 .C6 H5 [Info] Indian Legends: Nanabush, the Ojibbeway Saviour; Moosh-Kuh-Ung, or The Flood (1885), by John Ingham Hindley (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99 .C6 J7 [Info] History of the Ojebway Indians: With Especial Reference to Their Conversion to Christianity (London: A.W. Bennett, 1861), by Peter Jones (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99 .C6 K7 [Info] Kitchi-Gami: Wanderings Around Lake Superior (London: Chapman and Hall, 1860), by Johann Georg Kohl (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99 .C6 M5 [Info] Historical Review of the Red Lake Indian Reservation, Redlake, Minnesota: A History of its People and Progress (Bemidji, MN: General Council of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians and the Beltrami County Historical Society, 1957), by Erwin F. Mittelholtz and Rose Graves (page images at HathiTrust)
E99.C6 S55 [Info] A Short History and Description of the Ojibbeway Indians Now on a Visit to England: With Correct Likenesses, Engraved From Daguerreotype Plates, Taken By M. Claudet (1844), by Charles Stuart, illust. by M. Claudet (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99 .C6 U55 [Info] Half-Breed Scrip, Chippewas of Lake Superior: The Correspondence and Action Under the 7th Clause of the 2d Article of the Treaty with the Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior and the Mississippi, Concluded at La Pointe in the State of Wisconsin, September 30, 1854 (Washington: GPO, 1874), by United States Department of the Interior
E99 .C6 W6 [Info] Missionary Work Among the Ojebway Indians, by Edward Francis Wilson
E99 .C8 P88 1959 [Info] Chief Pushmataha, American Patriot: The Story of the Choctaws' Struggle for Survival (New York: Exposition Press, c1959), by Anna Lewis (page images at HathiTrust)
E99 .C8 S9 [Info] Source Material for the Social and Ceremonial Life of the Choctaw Indians (Smithsonian bulletin of American ethnology #103; Washington: GPO, 1931), by John Reed Swanton (multiple formats at archive.org)
E99 .C8 T83 1848 [Info] A Thrilling Sketch of the Life of The Distinguished Chief Okah Tubbee: Alias Wm. Chubbee, Son of the Head Chief, Mosholeh Tubbee, of the Choctaw Nation of Indians (1848), by Okah Tubbee and L. L. Allen
E99 .C8 T83 1852 [Info] A Sketch of the Life of Okah Tubbee, (Called) William Chubbee, Son of the Head Chief, Mosholeh Tubbee, of the Choctaw Nation of Indians (Toronto: Printed for O. Tubbee by H. Stephens, 1852), by Okah Tubbee and Laah Ceil Manatoi Elaah Tubbee (HTML and TEI with commentary at UNC)
E99 .C8 W8 [Info] Report of Mr. Wood's Visit to the Choctaw and Cherokee Missions, 1855 (Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 1855), by George W. Wood

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