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James Roane Gregory on Native American Authors

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James Roane Gregory
, 1842-1912

Creek

Muscogee

James Roane Gregory was born near present-day Tallahassee. He was educated in Creek nation schools, served in the Civil War, and was elected as a judge in the Coweta District. In 1899, he was appointed Superintendent of Schools for the Creek Nation. He is best known as a writer for the epic poem, “Lucy’s Pony.”

 


Online resources by or about James Roane Gregory:



James Roane Gregory – Part I
Author: American Native Press Archives and Sequoyah Research Center
Type: etext
Description: E-text anthology of Gregory’s work, including “Lucy’s Pony.”

URL: http://anpa.ualr.edu/digital_library/James%20Roane%20Gregory%20-%20Part%20I.htm


James Roane Gregory, Additional Texts
Author: American Native Press Archives and Sequoyah Research Center
Type: etext
Description: Small selection of Gregory’s correspondence.

URL: http://anpa.ualr.edu/digital_library/jrg_2/JamesRoaneGregory2.htm



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