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Our Cherokee American Indian genealogists research specifically in Cherokee history and genealogy. Each American Indian tribe has a specific history and records. Our genealogists will find and analyze the best records available to further your Cherokee family history research. Some of the archives that can be used for Cherokee research are:

  • Oklahoma Historical Society’s research room
  • Cherokee Historical Society’s research room
  • Huge personal collections of Cherokee records and transcriptions
  • Washington DC archives
  • Family History Library in Salt Lake City

Our genealogists can do research projects of many sizes and for many budgets. We customize the amount of research provided according to your needs.

If you would like to learn how our genealogists can further your research, request a research quote.

When we receive a request from someone who believes they have Cherokee ancestry, for starters, we check the following sources:

  • Cherokee Emigration Rolls 1817-1835
  • Hester Roll of the Eastern Cherokee 1884
  • Mullay Roll, Siler Roll, Chapman Roll
  • Cherokee Drennen Roll of 1851
  • 1835, 1869, 1880, and 1890 Cherokee censuses

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  • Published genealogies and books
  • 1867 Swetland Roll
  • Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University Database
  • Indian Pioneer History Papers, Western History, University of Oklahoma
  • Index to the Eastern Cherokee Application, CD
  • Eastern Cherokee Applications
  • Dawes Cards and Packets
  • Abstracts of Eastern Cherokee Applications
  • Records of the Cherokee Agency in Tennessee 1810-1835
  • Southeastern Native American Documents
  • Trail of Tears muster rolls, ration lists
  • War of 1812 Cherokee muster rolls
  • Genealogical Notebooks
  • Manuscripts
  • 1896 Cherokee Citizenship Applications
  • 1842 Cherokee Claims

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