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Indian Children Put to Service in Boston, 1676

Dunn Roll of Freedmen 1869, Five Civilized Tribes

Index to the Final Rolls of Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory (Dawes). Applications were submitted between 1898 and 1914 for enrollment in the Five Civilized Tribes.

Lands West of Arkansas 1860 Census : a census for Indian Lands in which a U.S. Marshall and his five assistant marshalls enumerated all the 'white and free inhabitants in the territories west of Arkansas'.

The Indian Territory, Its Chiefs, Legislators and Leading Men. Hundreds of biographical sketches extracted from this book published in 1892.

Indian Pioneer Papers Index. Interviews that deal with people of all nationalities with first-hand experience of Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory, not just the Indian population. The Indian Pioneer Papers are the result of more than 11,000 interviews conducted in 1936.

Native American Records at RootsWeb.


  • Abenaki

    Misc. Abenaki Indian Records. Mainly Quebec Abenaki census records 1822-1852.


  • Apache

    Kiowa County, Oklahoma Cemeteries : includes Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Intertribal Cemeteries.


  • Arapahoe

    1891 Allotments Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation in Oklahoma Territory : Allotments No. 164-314, No. 315-446, No. 447-3300

    Cheyenne and Arapahoe Schedule of Land Allotments - 1891

    Census of Arapahoe Indians : Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency : Darlington, Indian Territory : 30 June 1887


  • Caddo

    1901 Caddo Indian Census

    1915 Caddo Indian Census on the Wichita Caddo Reservation, Kiowa Indian Agency Andarko, Oklahoma


  • Catwaba

    1930 Catwaba Reservation Census, York County, South Carolina


  • Cherokee

    Settlers & Intruders On Cherokee Indian Lands 1801-1816. Abstracted from the Records of the Cherokee Agency in Tennessee: Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records. National Archives Microcopy M-208, Rolls 1-7, 13.

    Horseshoe Bend Cherokee Muster Roll 1812. Muster Roll of the field and Staff of a Regiment of Cherokees Commanded by Colo. Gideon Morgan in the division Commanded by Major General Cocke & Jackson in the Service of the United States against the Hostile Creeks.

    1817 Cherokee Reservation List. Register of Cherokees who wished to remain in the east (pdf document.)

    1835 Cherokee East of the Mississippi Census Index (archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851

    Act of Congress Roll, 1854 : A small roll of the Eastern Cherokees (88 names)

    1851 Census of Cherokee's east of the Misssissippi

    Index to the Applications Submitted for the Eastern Cherokee Roll of 1909 (Guion Miller Roll)

    Freedman Surnames : Black Cherokees. This list of surnames represent the names of the freedmen who were adopted through the Dawes Commission, between 1898 and 1916.

    Roll of North Carolina Cherokees who removed to the Cherokee Nation 08 June 1881 (pdf document)

    1893 Cherokee Strip Land Run (Oklahoma). This is a list of names of those who claimed land in the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893 and registered at the Enid Land Office.

    Cherokee Nation division of the Oklahoma US GenWeb Archives.


  • Cheyenne

    1891 Allotments Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation in Oklahoma Territory : Allotments No. 164-314, No. 315-446, No. 447-3300

    Cheyenne and Arapahoe Schedule of Land Allotments - 1891

    Census of Cheyenne Indians : Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency : Darlington, Indian Territory : 30 June 1887


  • Chickasaw

    Partial 1818 Chickasaw Census Roll

    Freedman Surnames : Black Chickasaws. This list of surnames represent the names of the freedmen who were adopted through the Dawes Commission, between 1898 and 1916.

    Marriages in the Chickasaw Nation 1855 - 1907. Marriages which were recorded or mention in the surviving records of the old Chickasaw Nation, the majority of which were performed under tribal license.

    Chickasaw Nation Marriage Index 1885 - 1907

    Mississippi Chickasaw Land Sales : 1836, Jan-Jun 1837, Jul-Oct 1837, Orphans 1837

    Texas Band of Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians: Mt. Tabor Indian Community Ancestral Roll

    1889 Chickasaw Incompetent Fund Cases


  • Choctaw

    Choctaw Nation Marriage Index 1890 - 1907

    Freedman Surnames : Black Choctaws. This list of surnames represent the names of the freedmen who were adopted through the Dawes Commission, between 1898 and 1916.

    Texas Band of Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians: Mt. Tabor Indian Community Ancestral Roll


  • Comanche

    The Comanche Census Lists 1879-1901

    Kiowa County, Oklahoma Cemeteries : includes Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Intertribal Cemeteries.


  • Creek

    Creek Nation Census 1860

    1832 Creek Census (northeast Alabama). Partial.

    1882 Creek Nation Census

    Creek Enrollment Cases Index 1899-1907+

    Campbell's Abstract of Creek Indian Census Cards. Creek & Freedman

    1st Creek Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A. (archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Freedman Surnames : Black Creeks. This list of surnames represent the names of the freedmen who were adopted through the Dawes Commission, between 1898 and 1916.

    Creek Indians 1857 Old Settlers Roll

    1863 Census of Creek & Euchee Indian Refugees in Kansas

    Muster Roll for Company H, First Creek Regiment, C.S.A. (archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).


  • Euchee

    1863 Census of Creek & Euchee Indian Refugees in Kansas


  • Kiowa

    Kiowa County, Oklahoma Cemeteries : includes Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Intertribal Cemeteries.


  • Menominee

    1848 Treaty Settlement Report for Mixed Blood Menominee. Transcriptions of the 1849 payout for Menominee mixed blood individuals and families chosing White status, according to the 1848 US Government Treaty.


  • Métis

    Canada : Métis Scrip Records : Affidavits and Applications. These documents provide information of interest to genealogists, such as the name of the claimant, his/her date of birth, parents' names, parish affiliation, affidavit number, and claim number.

    Dictionnaire historique des canadiens et des métis français de l'ouest. Historical dictionary of the French Canadians and Métis in the West published in 1912. A valuable biography of French and Métis connected with the fur trade. Full text available online, browse or search.


  • MicMac

    Some MicMac Indians of Ristigouche, Quebec : 1841 - 1866.

    Mi'kmaq Census 1871, 1881, 1891 Nova Scotia, Canada. Census material was taken from the Ph.D thesis, "Change in the Real Property Law of a Cape Breton Island Micmac Band, Volume 2" by Daniel P. Strouthes.

    Mi'kmaq in the Parish Registers of the Islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, 1764-1848. The islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon are part of France and located near Newfoundland, Canada.


  • Narragansett

    Narragansett Tribal List 1881 (in RI and CT). Final List of the Members of the Narragansett Tribe Entitled to a Share of the Purchase Money 1881.


  • Nez Perce

    Nez Perce Genealogy Page (Archived Website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).


  • Odawa

    People of the Three Fires Family Groupsheet Project (Michigan). The People of the Three Fires are the Chippewa (Ojibwe), the Ottawa, and the Potawatomi.


  • Ojibwe

    People of the Three Fires Family Groupsheet Project (Michigan). The People of the Three Fires are the Chippewa (Ojibwe), the Ottawa, and the Potawatomi.


  • Oneida

    Native Americans Mustered into the Service of the United States in the War of 1812. Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora Nations (New York State)


  • Onondaga

    Native Americans Mustered into the Service of the United States in the War of 1812. Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora Nations (New York State)


  • Osage

    1900 Federal Census Osage Nation Reservation


  • Potawatomi

    1915 Census of Potawatomi Indians, Carter, Forest County, Wisconsin

    People of the Three Fires Family Groupsheet Project (Michigan). The People of the Three Fires are the Chippewa (Ojibwe), the Ottawa, and the Potawatomi.


  • Seminole

    Dawes Roll Index: Seminole, Citizens and Freedmen in Indian Territory, 1907, 1914

    Native American - Dawes Roll Index: Seminole by Blood, and Freedmen

    1st Seminole Cavalry Battalion, C.S.A.

    Freedman Surnames : Black Seminoles (Archived Web Page - may be unavailable or slow to respond). This list of surnames represent the names of the freedmen who were adopted through the Dawes Commission, between 1898 and 1916. These names represent only the Seminole freedmen of Oklahoma, and not the Seminoles of Florida.

    Seminole Emigration Records. This is a transcription of a few small Seminole Emigration muster rolls and letters relating to Florida Superintendence Emigration from 1828 to 1853. The Seminoles were usually collected at Tampa Bay, Florida and from there taken to New Orleans, Louisiana and then to Fort Gibson, Indian Territory where they were officially recorded as having "arrived" west.


  • Seneca

    Native Americans Mustered into the Service of the United States in the War of 1812. Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora Nations (New York State)


  • Tuscarora

    Native Americans Mustered into the Service of the United States in the War of 1812. Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora Nations (New York State)


  • Wichita

    1915 Census of Wichita Indians on the Wichita and Caddo Reservation, Kiowa Indian Agency, Oklahoma


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