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Title:
Cherokee phoenix, and Indians' advocate. : (New Echota [Ga.]) 1829-1834
Alternative Titles:
  • Cherokee phoenix
  • Cherokee phoenix, & Indians' advocate
Place of publication:
New Echota [Ga.]
Geographic coverage:
  • Echota, Gordon, Georgia  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
Cherokee Nation
Dates of publication:
1829-1834
Description:
  • Vol. 1, no. 48 (Feb. 11, 1829)-v. 5, no. 52 (May 31, 1834).
Frequency:
Weekly May 24, 1834-May 31, 1834
Language:
  • Cherokee
  • English
Subjects:
  • Cherokee Indians--Georgia--Newspapers.
  • Gordon County (Ga.)--Newspapers.
  • Indians of North America--Georgia--Newspapers.
Notes:
  • "Printed under the patronage, and for the benefit of the Cherokee Nation, and devoted to the cause of Indians."
  • Continues numbering of: Cherokee phoenix.
  • Editors: Elias Boudinott, Feb. 11, 1829-<Aug. 11, 1832>; Elijah Hicks, <Sept. 8, 1832>-May 31, 1834.
  • In English and Cherokee.
  • Printers: John F. Wheeler, Feb. 11, 1829-Feb. 19, 1831; John Candy, Mar. 5, 1831-<Dec. 1, 1832>; Carrington W. Hicks, <Jan. 19-Apr. 20, 1833>.
  • Suspended May 6-20, Oct. 7, 1829; May 11, 25-July 13, 1833. The publisher expressed his intention to publish weekly; however, due to "difficulties of obtaining printers," there were numerous suspensions.
  • Title in masthead also in Cherokee, Feb. 11, 1829-Jan. 5, 1833.
LCCN:
sn 83020874
OCLC:
9608318
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