Donna, another thought. Don't you find it ironic that your Buffalo line professed to be Cherokee, as did mine? Mine insisted they were Cherokee until they acquired citizenship! I suppose they were some. Another bit of information. When I talked to Lee Fleming on the phone, he said one would have to read all the old Cherokee newspapers and old Tribal Law reports from when the Nation was still in the east, and whatever else, line for line, and they are not indexed, to find miscellaneous information. There would be things like: "So-and-so requested citizenship in the Nation. The council vote was against admission." Kinda like the Cherokee Advocate now posts the Tribal Meeting minutes. I just don't have the time. I work 40 hours a week. Ahhhhhh to be retired!
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