Compiled Laws of the Cherokee Nation

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 1998 - 370 sider
Contained in this volume are the Cherokees' 1839 constitution along with amendments to its necessitated by the 1866 treaty between the Cherokee Nation and the United States; the 1838 Act of Union between the Cherokee Nation and the United States; the 1838 Act of Union between Eastern and Western Cherokees; numerous basic laws and miscellaneous Acts covering a huge variety of subjects.
 

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