American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1826-1924 - Vol. 1

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NOTES
1.
David Y. Thomas, "Elias Boudinot," in Dumas Malone (ed.), Dictionary of American Biography [DAB] ( New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937), 2: 278-279.
2.
An Address to the Whites. Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church on the 26th of May, 1826 ( Philadelphia: William F. Geddes, 1826); Cullen Joe Holland, The Cherokee Indian Newspapers, 1828-1906: The Tribal Voice of a People in Transition ( Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1977), 37-38.
3.
Edward Everett Dale, "Samuel Austin Worcester," DAB, 20: 530-531; Althea Bass , Cherokee Messenger ( Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1936), passim.
4.
"Prospectus for Publishing, at New Echota, in the Cherokee Nation, a Weekly Newspaper, to be Called the Cherokee Phoenix" broadside ( 1827); Cherokee Phoenix, February 28, 1828. For a year-by-year analysis of Boudinot's editorship, see Barbara F. Luebke , "Elias Boudinot, Cherokee Editor: The Father of American Indian Journalism" (Ph.D. diss., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1981).
5.
John F. Wheeler, "The Cherokees: Recollections of a Life of Fifty Years Among Them," Indian Record, 1 ( October, 1886), 1.
7.
Ibid.; Holland, Cherokee Indian Newspapers, 48.
8.
Wheeler, "The Cherokees,"1.
9.
Wheeler, "The Cherokee Indians," Indian Record, 1( January, 1887), 1, and 1 ( March, 1887), 1; Holland, Cherokee Indian Newspapers, 64. In the early 1840s, Wheeler was a printer at Worcester's Park Hill Mission Press at Park Hill in the western Cherokee Nation. He later moved to Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he and his son edited Wheelers' Independent.*
10.
For more details of Hicks' editorship, see Holland, Cherokee Indian Newspapers, 95-100.
11.
See Bibliography below.
12.
Theda Perdue, "Rising from the Ashes: The Cherokee Phoenix as an Ethnohistorical Source," Ethnohistory, 24 (Summer, 1977), 207-218.

Information Sources

Bibliography: Ola Lorraine Beckett, "The Cherokee Phoenix and Its Efforts in the Education of the Cherokee Indians" (M.A. thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1934); Cullen Joe Holland, The Cherokee Indian Newspapers, 1828-1906: The Tribal Voice of a People in Transition ( Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1977); Barbara F. Luebke, "Elias Boudinot, Cherokee Editor: The Father of American Indian Journalism," (Ph.D. diss., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1981); Barbara F. Luebke, "Elias Boudinott, Indian Editor," Journalism History, 6 (Summer, 1979), 48-53; Henry T. Malone, "The Cherokee Phoenix: Supreme Expression of Cherokee Nationalism," Georgia Historical Quarterly, 34 ( September, 1950), 163-188; Robert G. Martin Jr., "The Cherokee Phoenix: Pioneer of Indian Journalism," Chronicles of Oklahoma, 25 (Summer, 1947), 102-118; Theda Perdue, "Rising from the Ashes: The Cherokee Phoenix as an Ethnohistorical Source," Ethnohistory, 24 (Summer, 1977), 207-218; Sam G. Riley, "The Cherokee Phoenix: The Short, Unhappy Life of the First American Indian Newspaper,"

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