|Title:||Eoneguski Or The Cherokee Chief|
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|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 17, 2004)|
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Title: Eoneguski, or, The Cherokee chief : a tale of past wars. Author: Robert StrangePublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, 1500-1926 contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works about the Americas, from the time of their discovery to the early 1900s.
Robert Strange (1796-1854) gathered material for the book during his tenure as a United States superior court judge, during which time he rode a circuit in the North Carolina mountains. In North Carolina, Strange took down the stories that would shape the novel and met many individuals, white and Native American, who would become loosely fictionalized characters in the work. Strange reserves his harshest criticism, however, for Andrew Jackson and other federal and state officials who, in Strange's view, repay Eoneguski's and the Cherokee's loyalty to the Americans during the War of 1812 with treachery, that is, forcing them to leave their homeland. The novel is written in the genre of frontier Native American romances, made famous by James Fenimore Cooper's five Leatherstocking Tales (1823-1841) and William Gilmore Simms' The Yemassee: A Romance of Carolina (1835).
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Kessinger Publishing, 1 Haz 2004 - 156 sayfa. Early the next morning persons came pouring in from every direction, to witness the obsequies of one so distinguished. Most unvarying solemnity was in the manner of all, but there was no tumultuous expression of grief from any, nor did a tear-drop glisten upon a single cheek. Gideon remarked that, besides the clothes now actually worn by the deceased chief, a large quantity of wearing apparel was laid on the scaffold beside him, and, upon inquiry, he learned that it was the remainder of his wardrobe. Eoneguski Or the Cherokee Chief.
The Robert Strange Country House c. 1825 is a ry F~deral dwelling which follows a four-room plan with central stair ha 11. I t is one of a small group of extant Federal houses in Fayetteville and is distinguished from others, such as the Baker-Haigh-Nimocks House c. 1804 (NR) and the Mallett House c. 1830 Ufo1), by a cut sandstone block foundation and interior chimneys. Eoneguski or The Cherokee Chief 1839; reprint ed. Charlotte: McNally, 1 ~;r60. United States Census Records.
University of Michigan Library. Cherokee Indians - History, Fiction, Pioneers.
Robert Strange (September 20, 1796 – February 19, 1854) was a Democratic . senator from the state of North Carolina between 1836 and 1840. Strange was born in Manchester, Virginia. He attended New Oxford Academy and Washington College (now Washington and Lee University) in Lexington, Virginia The Robert Strange Country House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Eoneguski, or The Cherokee Chief. Senator Strange’s Indian Novel. Walton, Brian G. Elections to the United States Senate in North Carolina, 1835-1861.
Robert Strange, American senator. He was the author of Eoneguski, or the Cherokee Chief, which has been called the first North Carolina novel. The Robert Strange Country House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Member North Carolina Ho.