Mapping Family, Race, and Tribe in Indian Territory

cost of a viagra pill go to site essay on pollution caused by plastic bags viagra or cialis reviews source url sildenafil citrate kidney chapman university video essay 2015 central is scholarship essay topics follow follow bu mba question papers a role model essay about mothers jenis pil perancang argumentative essay format 8th grade analyze han and roman attitudes toward technology essay ap lang satire essay on global warming bowling for columbine evaluation essay format biography writing paper ut homework service quest celebrex 400 mg twice daily cyclohexyl ethyl ether essay eth 316 ethics essay viagra and cardiomyopathy left ventricular go secure tab brand viagra autozone memorial day essay enter Mapping Family, Race, and Tribe in Indian Territory: Intersectional Loyalties and Allotment Era Policies Personified

Danella Davis, Ed.D.

Independent Scholar, NCIS

American Historical Association 133rd Annual Meeting

Chicago, Illinois

January 5, 2019

Poster Session, 8:30 – 10:30 am

As the Indian Wars waned and the surge to settle on the western frontier mounted, pressure grew to divest the Five Southeast Tribes of the lands granted them in Indian Territory. This poster visually maps the various allegiances claimed by two mixed-race families whose identities were transformed under a dual system of federal policies enacted during Allotment. Of the two systems employed in allotting acreage to eligible citizens of the Cherokee, Muscogee Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole Nations, one was based on blood quantum and the other on the status of former slaves owned by members of the Five Tribes.

Continue reading by opening the AHA Handout 2019

For more information, please see AHA 2019 Poster Presentation Final