Elias Cornelius Boudinot : a life on the Cherokee border /
Elias Cornelius Boudinot provides the first full account of a man who was intimately and prominently involved in the life of the Cherokee Nation in the second half of the nineteenth century and was highly influential in the opening of the former Indian Territory to white settlement and the eventual...
University of Nebraska Press,
|Series:||American Indian lives.
- Background and boyhood
- The young man in Arkansas
- Confederate soldier and congressional delegate
- Peace negotiator
- The tobacco tycoon
- Railroad man
- The hotelier at Vinita
- The Washingtonian
- Lawyer, rancher, businessman.