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Organizations

  • Cherokee Nation - Official site of the Cherokee Nation (Oklahoma)
  • Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians - Official site Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (North Carolina)
  • United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians - Official site of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians
  • The Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky (SCNK) claim descent from the Cherokee forcibly removed to Indian Territory in 1838,[1][2] and to have first emerged as a distinct political faction known as the Treaty Party before the Trail of Tears, circa 1835.[3][4] They report having fled Indian territory, after the American Civil War, circa 1871 for Kentucky to escape Reconstruction era violence.[5] They have been headquartered at Henderson, Kentucky since the late 19th century,[6] and, according to the State-Journal of Frankfort, Kentucky, they are assumed to be the oldest Native American presence in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.[7] The SCNK states it had an estimated one thousand members as of 2009, living in several US states, and that it is "not affiliated with any other group calling themselves Southern Cherokee".[8][9]
  • Cherokee.net: Home of the Cherokee Archival Project - Active Oklahoma-based group with monthly meetings. Web site covers Tribal Genealogy and History, Requirements for Enrollment in the Cherokee Tribe, How to Trace your Ancestry, Genealogical Research Forms, Cherokee Tribal Enrollment Forms, Indian and Pioneer Interviews. Communication methods include Cherokee Genealogical Message Board and Indian Territory Roots mail list. Resources include: Map of Upper Cherokee Nation (1762) by Timberlake, Map of the old Eastern Nations-Five Civilized Tribes, Map of the 1817-1828 Cherokee Nation West (Old Arkansas Territory), Map of the Cherokee Nation Judicial Districts, Map of Indian Territory in 1890, Map of Oklahoma Land Openings, Map of pre-statehood Oklahoma Territory, Map of the State of Oklahoma, Animated Map: "How the West Was Born."
  • The Ghosts and History of Southeastern Tennessee, Inc. This group actively strives to seek out proof of the existence of paranormal activity, and believes there is high potential for paranormal activity to be influenced or linked to the history associated with the location of its occurrence and makes efforts to provide information on the local history to their viewers when possible.


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