Useful Addresses for Cherokee Genealogical Research
and Cherokee Resources

American Genealogical Lending Library
PO Box 329, 593 West 100 North
Bountiful, UT 84011-0329
has extensive catalog to rent microfilm
from individuals or libraries
* now known as: Heritage Quest *
Bureau of the Census
1600 N Walnut St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
to have census records searched which
have not yet been released--after 1930
Information about using the census
to locate family can be found here.
Cherokee National Historical Society
PO Box 515
Tahlequah, OK 74465
(918) 456-6007
Cherokee History, Genealogy, etc
a wonderful collection
  of Genealogical websites!
Eastern Band of Cherokees
Qualla Boundary
Box 455
Cherokee, NC 28719
Information can be found on the
Official Web Site of the
Eastern Band of Cherokees
Click on the genealogy button on the
left side of their home page.
Indian Territory Genealogical
& Historical Society

c/o University Archives
John Vaughan Library/TL Ballenger Room
Northeastern State University
Tahlequah, OK 74464
[can assist in searching Cherokee
Dawes/Miller Rolls by mail]
(918) 456-5511 ext. 3221
Ft. Smith Public Library
3201 Rogers Avenue
Ft. Smith, AR 72903
(501) 783-0229
Muskogee Public Library
801 West Okmulgee
Muskogee, OK 74401
(918) 682-6657
George M. Murrell Home Site
19479 E. Murrel Road
Park Hill, OK  74451-9601
(918) 456-2751
Tour the home for historical education.
National Archives & Records Administration
8th & Pennsylvania
Washington, DC 20408
federal census series,
military records,
pension records, etc.
National Archives Southwest Region
Federal Archives & Records Center
501 West Felix
PO Box 6216
Ft. Worth, TX 76115
(817) 334-5525
Federal census series, Indian rolls, etc.
for AR, LA, NM, OK, TX
For a list of the
National Archives & Regional Centers press here.
Oklahoma Department of Health
Division of Vital Statistics
NE 10 & Stonewall
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
death/birth records 1908-current, but 90%
of all registrations not reached until 1928.
Oklahoma Historical Society
2100 N Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-2491
Indian rolls & materials
are held in the Library
Oklahoma State Archives
Oklahoma Department of Libraries
200 NE 18th
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(800) 522-8116
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For any genealogical research, be sure to consult the State Archives and the State Historical Society of any state in which you are working because their staff are more knowledgeable about areas/groups of the state than anyone else.  For example, the Oklahoma Historical Society has roll books from over 40 tribes of Indian Territory.  Probably no other repository in Oklahoma would have as much information in one place about most of the tribes of Indian Territory if you are not sure which tribe you are looking for.  Their staff will be more familiar with general subjects of state interest than will local library staff members which are only familiar with their specific county/area of the state.

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