For the first time ever, the Beinecke is delving into its Kilpatrick collection of Cherokee manuscripts, nearly 2,000 documents from the late 19th to mid 20th centuries, all written in the hand of native authors.

The goal is to discover what is in the collection, translate, and catalogue all the documents, and make them available to researchers and educators. Learn more 

This looks exciting.

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