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|Title||Papers [manuscript]: 1794-1841 (1814-1841) [Volume 13]|
|Author||Payne, John Howard (1791-1852)|
|Date||View date in the chronology|
|Document Type||Correspondence; Official Record; Diary|
From the Newberry Library Catalogue: [13 of 14] Memoranda regarding execution of the Cherokee treaty of 1835. John H. Payne: Manuscript, "Memoranda in regard to a contemplated examination into the transactions of the commissioners under the 17th article of the treaty of 1835, with the Cherokees", n.d.
The John Howard Payne Papers primarily relate to the Cherokee Indians between 1794 and 1841 (bulk 1814-1841). This extensive collection contains fourteen volumes of manuscript notes, memoranda, incoming correspondence, and unpublished works. The subject matter includes among others the political and social history of the Cherokee nation, accounts of religious customs, myths, and legends, and government relations and treaties with the United States.
|Keywords||Supreme Court of the United States, mythology, legend, ethnology, anthropology, tradition, culture, ceremony, ritual, missionary, government, government relations, history, essay, treaty, court, letter|
|Theme||American Indians and the US Government; Observation, Representation and Cultural Encounters|
|Tribe / Nation||Go to Tribes and Nations page|
|Additional Information||John Howard Payne, actor, editor, and diplomat, was born in New York City in 1791. While in Georgia in 1835 in search of material for his magazine, Payne became acquainted with John Ross of the Cherokee nation whose affairs with the United States government were in turmoil. Ross gave Payne original material which he used in a series of published articles in an effort to obtain justice for the Cherokee Indians and served as source material for an unpublished history of the Cherokee nation. Payne later served as U.S. consul in Tunis where he died in 1852.|
|Library||The Newberry Library|
|Copyright||The Newberry Library|
|Collection||The Edward E. Ayer Collection|
|Reference||VAULT Ayer MS 689|
|Catalogue Link||The Newberry Library Catalogue|