New Echota, Cherokee National Capitol (1825-1830) Unique, Praiseworthy, and a Most Tragic National Capitol

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Very light wear, about near fine. ; Thin 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 12 pages; In 1953, the Calhoun and Gordon Co. , GA Chamber of Commerce was working to develop New Echota, the last capitol of the Cherokees before the Removal, as an historic site. This is a copy of one of the booklets the Chamber published to interest people in the project. We also have a copy of a biography of Elias Boudinot by his granddaughter, Mary Brinsmade Church, passed down to the Calhoun Woman's Club by the Woman's Club of Washington, CT. , printed at the same time.

Title: New Echota, Cherokee National Capitol (1825-1830) Unique, Praiseworthy, and a Most Tragic National Capitol

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Categories: Native American,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Calhoun GA, Gordon County Chamber of Commerce: 1953

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 10053

Keywords: Georgia Cherokee New Echota