Elias Boudinot: Cherokee and His America

Gabriel, Ralph Henry

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Title: Elias Boudinot: Cherokee and His America
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Publication Date: 1941
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Book Description University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, 1941. Paperback. Condition: Good+. First edition. 6 x 9, index, four illustrations and map. Boudinot was educated by Moravian missionaries in Georgia and at the Foreign Mission School in Cornwall, Connecticut, where he adopted the name of New Jersey philanthropist Elias Boudinot. There he came to know and love Harriet, the daughter of Benjamin Gold. Their courtship met with blazing hostility in that Puritan community, but their interracial marriage soon took Harriet Gold to settle with Elias in his Cherokee homeland. The Cherokee country around New Echota was in turmoil in 1825. Sequoyah's Cherokee syllabary was coming into use, but Georgia urged removal of the tribe westward. Boudinot quickly associated with Samuel Austin Worcester, the New England missionary, in publishing the Cherokee Phoenix. Like friends and relations-the Ridges and Waties-Boudinot believed demoralization would result from continued contact with encroaching Georgia whites, who were eager for Cherokee lands. He urged removal to the West. The author tells of Boudinot's struggle for Cherokee education, his part in the removal and signing of the treaty in the face of opposition from powerful Cherokee leader John Ross; his work on the Cherokee Phoenix in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma); and his death at the hands of assassins in 1839. It is also the story of a Cherokee Indian and New England girl who left the East to take up life among Cherokee planters in Indian Territory. Seller Inventory # 29462

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Book Description University of Oklahoma Press, United States, 1941. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition, Reissue ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The history of the Cherokee Indians has few chapters as absorbing as the life of Elias Boudinot. He was educated by Moravian missionaries in Georgia and at the Foreign Mission School in Cornwall, Connecticut, where he adopted the name of New Jersey philanthropist Elias Boudinot. There he came to know and love Harriet, the daughter of Benjamin Gold. Their courtship met with blazing hostility in that Puritan community, but their interracial marriage soon took Harriet Gold to settle with Elias in his Cherokee homeland. The Cherokee country around New Echota was in turmoil in 1825. Sequoyah s Cherokee syllabary was coming into use, but Georgia urged removal of the tribe westward. Boudinot quickly associated with Samuel Austin Worcester, the New England missionary, in publishing the Cherokee Phoenix. Like friends and relations--the Ridges and Waties--Boudinot believed demoralization would result from continued contact with encroaching Georgia whites, who were eager for Cherokee lands. He urged removal to the West. Ralph Henry Gabriel tells of Boudinot s struggle for Cherokee education, his part in the removal and signing of the treaty in the face of opposition from powerful Cherokee leader John Ross; his work on the Cherokee Phoenix in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma); and his death at the hands of assassins in 1839. It is also the story of a Cherokee Indian and New England girl who left the East to take up life among Cherokee planters in Indian Territory. Seller Inventory # AAV9780806147987

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