America


Tammany Society

The Tammany society – occasionally at first known as the Columbian Order took an Indian title and formulated for itself a ritual based upon supposedly Indian custom.



Indian Biographies

Sioux Chief Sitting Bull

Biographies are a good source of information on our ancestors. They can be used as a tool to provide facts: names, dates and locations for the events in our ancestors lives. They can also provide “meat” for genealogical research, and by that we mean the story behind the person – events which shaped and molded the character of a person. We have put a great number of biographical information online, both Native American and general biographies, and have gone through all of them and provided links to the one’s specific to Native American.



John Mitchell’s Map

The Mitchell Map remained the most detailed map of North America available in the later eighteenth century. Various impressions (and also French copies) were directly used to help establish the boundaries of the new United States of America by diplomats at the Treaty of Paris (1783) that ended the American Revolutionary War. The map’s inaccuracies



Linguistic Families of American Indians North of Mexico

Swanton’s The Indian Tribes of North America is a classic example of early 20th Century Native American ethnological research. Published in 1953 in Bulletin 145 of the Bureau of American Ethnology, this manuscript covers all known Indian tribes broken down by location (state). AccessGenealogy’s online presentation provides state pages by which the user is then either provided a brief history of the tribe, or is referred to a more in-depth ethnological representation of the tribe and it’s place in history. This ethnology usually contains the various names by which the tribe was known, general locations of the tribe, village names, brief history, population statistics for the tribe, and then connections in which the tribe is noted.



Illustrations, Famous American Belles

Mary Triplett

Emily Marshall (Mrs. William Foster Otis). From portrait painted by Chester Harding in 1830; owned by her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Eliot, of Boston, by whose permission it is here reproduced for the first time in colors. Marcia Burns (Mrs. John Peter Van Ness). From miniature by James Peale, painted in 1797; owned by the Corcoran



1910 Census Maps of the United States

1910 United States Map

  Territories of the United States, by Acquisition Maps by State 1910 Alabama Census Map 1910 Alaska Census Map 1910 Arizona Census Map 1910 Arkansas Census Map 1910 California Census Map 1910 Colorado Census Map 1910 Connecticut Census Map 1910 Delaware and Maryland Census Map 1910 Florida Census Map 1910 Georgia Census Map 1910 Hawaii



Map of the Production of Tobacco, per square mile, 1910

Map of the Production of Tobacco, per square mile, 1910

Map of the Production of Tobacco, per square mile, 1910



Map of the Value of Farm Products, Improved land, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, Improved land, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, Improved land, 1910



Map of the Value of Farm Products, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, by State, 1910



Map of the Value of Farm Land, Per Acre, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Land, Per Acre, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Land, Per Acre, by State, 1910



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