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Cherokee Phoenix

Tahlequah, Cherokee County
American Indian Newspapers

Available on Microfilm:
12/5/1827, 2/21/1828–7/9/1828, 7/27/1828, 7/30/1828–12/10/1828, 12/29/1828–5/14/1828; 1/7/1829–2/4/1829, 2/11/1829–4/29/1829, 5/271829–9/30/1829, 10/14/1829–12/30/1829, 1/6/1830, 1/20/1830–3/10/1830, 3/24/1830–4/21/1830, 5/1/1830–7/31/1830, 8/14/1830, 9/4/1830–9/18/1830, 10/1/1830–12/11/1890, 12/25/1830, 1/1/1831–1/29/1831, 2/12/1831, 2/19/1831, 3/5/1831–4/16/1831, 4/30/1831–6/11/1831, 6/25/1831–7/30/1831, 8/12/1831–10/7/1831, 10/22/1831, 10/29/1831, 11/12/1831–12/31/1831, 1/14/1/32–6/2/1832, 6/23/1832, 7/7/1832–7/21/1832, 8/4/1832, 8/11/1832, 8/25/1832–10/6/1832, 10/27/1832–12/8/1832, 1/5/1833–2/9/1833, 4/20/1833, 5/4/1832, 5/18/1832, 7/20/1833–9/14/1833, 9/28/1833, 10/5/1833, 10/19/1833, 11/23/1833, 12/7/1833, 1/25/1834, 2/8/1834, 2/22/1834–4/5/1834, 4/19/1834, 5/3/1834–5/31/1834, 10/29/1846, 12/9/1847, 6/5/1848, 8/14/1848, 1/15/1849, 5/25/1883, 7/20/1883, 4/11/1884, 8/8/1884, 8/18/1886, 8/25/1886, 7/22/1887, 7/10/1887, 8/3/1887, 9/14/1887, 10/5/1887, 11/2/1887, 11/23/1887, 8/29/1888, 9/19/1888, 1/17/1894, 3/7/1894, 5/9/1894, 1/23/1895, 12/21/1895, 1/4/1896, 7/25/1896, 8/29/1896, 9/12/1896, Fall 2000–Winter 2003; 1/2004–12/2004, 1/2005–12/2008, 1/2009–12/2011, 8/1/2014–11/30/2014

Notes:
First newspaper published by Native Americans and was published in New Echota, George; in 1829 the title was changed to Cherokee Phoenix & Indians' Advocate; sometime before 10/1846 the title was changed back to Cherokee Phoenix and the paper was published in Tahlequah, Cherokee County; the newspaper shut down in 19th century it has been revived in the 20th century and published in Tahlequah, Oklahoma; missing issues: April, June 2005; January–September 2006; September 2009; February, March 2011

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