If this is true, it was a fine state of affairs --a Colonel with a Regiment at his disposal letting those a#39;Damn Yankeesa#39; get into his store and ... Possibly King bore some of the blame for the outcome of his affairs; like many of us, he spent too much time working and not enough time thinking . Turning to WHTa#39;s claim for subsisting the Qualla Indians prior to their non-removal to the tune of $750 in cash (See: Claim ... In the a#39;accepteda#39; Cherokee History (Emmett Starr) his name does not appear.
|Title||:||The Cherokee Indians and Those who Came After|
|Author||:||Nathaniel C. Browder|