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CHEROKEE PHOENIX AND INDIANS' ADVOCATE
Wednesday April 8, 1829
Volume 2 No. 4
Page 2 Col. 2b
 
 

Red Jacket.- This distinguished Chief Warrior of the six nations as will be noticed by an advertisement in this day's paper, is now in this city, and will this evening (Monday) deliver an address in his native language- he will be clothed in the full costume of his nation.  We recommend to our younger class of readers and indeed to all who have never witnessed a fair specimen of the Aborigines of our country, not to lose this opportunity for amusement and instruction in visiting this highly celebrated Indian.
                        Amer. Mer.