The case of the Cherokee nation against the state of Georgia; argued and determined at the Supreme court of the United States, January term 1831. With an appendix containing the opinion of Chancellor Kent on the case; the treaties between the United States and the Cherokee Indians; the act of Congress of 1802, entitled "An act to regulate intercourse with the Indian tribes, &c."; and the laws of Georgia relative to the country occupied by the Cherokee Indians, within the boundary of that state. By Richard Peters.
|Main Author:||Peters, Richard, 1780-1848.|
|Other Authors:||Kent, James, 1763-1847.|
Philadelphia, J. Grigg, 1831.
4 p. L., 286 p.
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