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Elias Boudinot on Native American Authors

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Elias Boudinot (Buck Watie), 180?-1839

Cherokee

Elias Boudinot, a member of the Cherokee, was a writer and newspaper editor. Born in Georgia in the early 1800’s, as Gallegina (aka Buck) Watie, he is probably best known for his work as editor of the Cherokee Phoenix. His advocacy of the Cherokee removal from Georgia in the 1830’s eventually led his murder in 1839.

 


Online resources by or about Elias Boudinot:



Elias Boudinot: a North Georgia Notable
Author: Randy Golden
Type: authorbio
Description: Extensive biography of Boudinot, from the “About North Georgia” web site.

URL: http://www.ngeorgia.com/people/boudinot.html

Books by Elias Boudinot:


Boudinot, Elias. An address to whites
1826.
Genre: Nonfiction


Boudinot, Elias. Cherokee editor : the writings of Elias Boudinot
Athens, GA : University of Georgia Press, 1996.
Genre: Essays
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 0820318094


Boudinot, Elias. Poor Sarah : or religion exemplified in the life and death of an Indian woman
1818.
Genre: Nonfiction
Audience: Adult



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