Red Man’s Origin

Red Man's Origin

The Cherokee national narrative from the earliest times to predictions about the present and future, originally published in 1896 in the Indian Chieftain newspaper (Vinita, Indian Territory) by William Eubanks (pen name Cornsilk) on the basis of the Cherokee tale recounted to him by George (Soggy) Sanders.

Edited, annotated, introduced and illustrated by Donald N. Panther-Yates.

Cherokee Chapbooks Series #1.

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DONALD PANTHER-YATES was born in Cedartown, Georgia, and earned a doctorate in classical studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of When Scotland Was Jewish (with Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman), a new history of the Cherokee people to appear in 2012 from McFarland Publishers and numerous articles in American Indian studies. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona.