The Indian Journal


Fr The Indian Journal


Fr Le périodique, fondé par le leader cherokee William Potter Ross, est acheté au bout d’un an par des hommes d’affaire muskogee (creek). Le journal devient alors la voix de la Nation Muskogee. La devise du journal est : "We Seek to Enlighten".

Publishing location


Fr Ross, William Potter (Etats-Unis)
Fr Roberts, Myron P. (Etats-Unis)
Fr Posey, Alexander (Etats-Unis)

Geographic subjects


Date Issued

Fr 1876


Fr 258419

Bibliographical references

Fr Danky, James P., éd. Native American Periodicals and Newspapers, 1828-1982. Wesport : Greenwood Press, 1984.
Fr Littlefield, Daniel F., Parins, James W. American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1826-1924, Vol.1. Wesport : Greenwood Port, 1984.
Fr Murphy, James E. et Murphy, Sharon M. Let My People Know: American Indian Journalism, 1828-1978. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1981.
Fr Parins, James W. "The English-Language Native Press in the Nineteenth Century". Victorian Periodicals Review, 1985, n°18-1, p. 17-33.
Fr Parins, James W. Literacy and intellectual life in the Cherokee nation, 1820-1906. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2013.
Fr Riley, Sam G. "Indian Journal, Voice of Creek Tribe, Now Oklahoma’s Oldest Newspaper". Journalism Quarterly, n°59, 1982.
Fr Warde, Mary Jane. George Washington Grayson and the Creek Nation, 1843-1920. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1999.

To cite this resource

Ross, William Potter (Etats-Unis), "The Indian Journal", SISMO (Global Journals Portal), consulted on 23 February 2024,