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Cherokee Phoenix
Information about the first American Indian newspaper, published in New Echota, Cherokee Nation

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Cherokee Phoenix and Indian Advocate
The Cherokee Nation still publishes the newspaper begun by Elias Boudinot in 1828.


New Echota State Historical Site
Capital of the Cherokee Nation prior to the Trail of Tears, and site of the offices of the Cherokee Phoenix


Pictures of our Nobler Selves
Excellent article about Cherokees and journalism.


Sequoyah's Talking Leaves and the Cherokee Phoenix
Cherokee Nation's alphabet and the first Native American newspaper

 

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