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The first report of Cherokees visiting Spanish Texas came in 1807. In March of that year, a party of hunters traveled down the Red River to Natchitoches, Louisiana, where the United States had recently built a trading factory. According to Dr. John Sibley, the Indian agent, these Cherokees, the first of their people ever to visit his post, brought deerskins to trade. 26 Their presence so far south of the Arkansas settlements indicates that an expanding Cherokee population there may have been forcing Cherokees to seek trade elsewhere.

Barker Texas History Center, of the Oklahoma Historical Society Archives, and of the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, for opening their collections and for suggesting sources of useful information. Finally, I wish to thank my husband, Bobby, and my son, Robert, whose encouragement over the past fourteen years is the principal reason this study has been completed. ' He replied, 'We have good corn fields. We have plenty of cattle and hogs. We have plenty of Buffaloe and Deer.

The council was no doubt quick to realize the advantages of this arrangement. And over the next eight months Fields and the chiefs evidently put considerable effort into solidifying their situation in east Texas. They faced two serious problems. First, Americans were slowly drifting into the region south and east of the tribe, settling around Nacogdoches and between Nacogdoches and the Sabine, on Attoyac Bayou. This migration began with a trickle and grew to a flood in 1822 and 1823 as news of a Mexican land grant to Stephen F.

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