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NameAgeSexBloodCard No.TribeRoll No.
Emma Tiger 2 Female Full Card #574 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #709
Emmit McCalvey 1 Male 1/16 Card #720 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #743
Emma Lewis 1 Female Full Card #756 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #754
Emma Johnson 3 Female Full Card #860 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #981
Emma C. Berryhill 1 Female 1/8 Card #893 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #838
Emmett Dyer 3 Male 1/32 Card #900 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #1082
Emma Simmons 1 Female Full Card #1009 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #862
Emma Johnson 1 Male Full Card #1042 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #1201
Emma Harjo 3 Female Full Card #1043 Creek by Blood (New Borns)Roll #1109
Emma Taylor 17 Female Card #13 Creek FreedmenRoll #71
Emma Hawkins 13 Female Card #40 Creek FreedmenRoll #156
Emma Bruner 7 Female Card #76 Creek FreedmenRoll #293
Emma Manuel 13 Female Card #89 Creek FreedmenRoll #333
Emily King 43 Female Card #91 Creek FreedmenRoll #339
Emily Rose 35 Female Card #125 Creek FreedmenRoll #470
Emma Rentie 8 Female Card #127 Creek FreedmenRoll #487
Emaline Rentie 16 Female Card #254 Creek FreedmenRoll #931
Emaline Reed 42 Female Card #277 Creek FreedmenRoll #1031
Emma Roberts 16 Female Card #283 Creek FreedmenRoll #1068
Emma Alexander 1 Female Card #292 Creek FreedmenRoll #1129
Emma Harrison 4 Female Card #305 Creek FreedmenRoll #1179
Emma Colbert 12 Female Card #315 Creek FreedmenRoll #1238
Emma Ware 19 Female Card #320 Creek FreedmenRoll #1267
Emma Corbray 10 Female Card #322 Creek FreedmenRoll #1271
Emma Anderson 40 Female Card #333 Creek FreedmenRoll #1318
Emma Smith 12 Female Card #335 Creek FreedmenRoll #1331
Emanuel Warrior 76 Male Card #342 Creek FreedmenRoll #1377
Emma Harrison 17 Female Card #344 Creek FreedmenRoll #1387
Emma Grayson 15 Female Card #348 Creek FreedmenRoll #1403
Emma Halls 21 Female Card #355 Creek FreedmenRoll #1432
Emma Adams 8 Female Card #406 Creek FreedmenRoll #1606
Emmett Homer 2 Male Card #459 Creek FreedmenRoll #1797
Emma Jefferson 7 Female Card #478 Creek FreedmenRoll #1870
Emanuel Robins 25 Male Card #483 Creek FreedmenRoll #1895
Emma Grayson 10 Female Card #488 Creek FreedmenRoll #1910
Emanuel Kernel 9 Male Card #489 Creek FreedmenRoll #1917
Emma Jacobs 10 Female Card #494 Creek FreedmenRoll #1941
Emma Coleman 13 Female Card #508 Creek FreedmenRoll #1998
Emmett Brewer 4 Male Card #530 Creek FreedmenRoll #2081
Emma Solomon 37 Female Card #557 Creek FreedmenRoll #2158
Emma Cruel 7 Female Card #583 Creek FreedmenRoll #2268
Emma Rogers 13 Female Card #613 Creek FreedmenRoll #2388
Emma Hardridge 1 mo. Female Card #619 Creek FreedmenRoll #2419
Emma L. Brown 25 Female Card #656 Creek FreedmenRoll #2568
Emeline Williams 6 Female Card #667 Creek FreedmenRoll #2635
Emma Hawkins 15 Female Card #674 Creek FreedmenRoll #2662
Emily Richards 28 Female Card #764 Creek FreedmenRoll #3021
Emma Barnett 28 Female Card #769 Creek FreedmenRoll #3038
Emma Barnett 7 mo. Female Card #787 Creek FreedmenRoll #3110
Emma Shelton 12 Female Card #839 Creek FreedmenRoll #3291
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About the Dawes Rolls

Officially known as The Final Rolls of the Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory, the Dawes Rolls list individuals who chose to enroll and were approved for membership in the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole.) Enrollment for the Dawes Rolls began in 1898 and ended in 1906.

What kind of information will I find on the Dawes Rolls?

The Rolls list the individual's name, age, sex, blood degree, census card number and page, enrollment number, and tribe.

In most cases the ages indicated on the rolls are the age of individuals around 1902. Those listed as "newborns" and "minors" were born after the initial enrollment began in 1898, but before March of 1907.

Tribal association will be listed as "By Blood," "Intermarriage," or "Freedmen." Intermarriage indicates the person was married to a citizen of the tribe. You may also see the letters "I W" for Intermarried White. Freedmen were the former slaves of the Five Civilized Tribes and their descendants.

What information do I need before I search?

Basic information includes the name of a person who was alive and living in the Indian Territory during the enrollment period. If the individual was a married woman, you should look for her under her married name.

I cannot locate my ancestor in the index. What should I do now?

Look for your ancestor on the 1900 U.S. Census. If your ancestor did not live in Indian Territory, it is extremely unlikely they will be on the rolls. If they were living in Indian Territory check the available lists for rejected Dawes applications. Consider the possibility your ancestor belonged to another tribe or preferred not to be recognized as Indian.

For further information about tribal citizenship, contact the tribe directly.

Order Copies

The Oklahoma Historical Society collections include the Dawes census cards and enrollment packets, if available. Census cards list information about the enrollee, and may include information about their family members. Note there are very few packets available for the Creek tribe.

Enrollment packets may provide further details about the individual and their family, including marriage, birth, and death information. Enrollment packets vary in length from a single page to over 100 pages.

The Research Center now offers Dawes Final Roll packets for a flat fee of $30. Be certain to include the information listed in the index, including the individual's full name, census card number, enrollment number and tribe. To order by mail use the printable order form or call (405) 522-5225 and please have your credit card ready.