Here are some sources you might like to try for researching Fly Indians or any Indians forthat matter.
1.Bureau of Indian Affairs - nearest office
2.Daws roll 1887 (gave 160 acres to heads of families.It ended in 1934.
3.Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Archives , Washington D.C. Covers 1830-1840.It has lists of Indians who moved west 1830-1846 removal period. (Cheroker, Creek, Chicksaw and Choctaw Indians.
4.Eastern Cherokee Claims 1902-1910., General Ref. Branch (NNRG), National Archives, Washington D.C.Order form NATF form 83 first (it's free) government will not process your request if you do not use the PROPER form.Request copies of Eastern Cherokee Applications.
5.Central Pkauns States, National Archives, Cenral Planes Region, 2312 East Bannister Rd., Kansas City, Mo. 64131. (Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Missssippu, North and South Carolina)
6.Southwestern States, National Archieves, Southwest Region,, 2312 East Bannister Rd., Kansas City, Mo. 64131.(Arkansas, Louisiannak New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas)
7.Colorado, National Indian Law Library, Native American Rights Fund, 1522 Broadway, Boulder, Co. 80302-6296
8.Missouri, Mid Continent Public Library, 15616 East Highway 24, Indeependence, Mo. 64050
9. University of Missouri, Kansas City General Library, 5100 Rockhill Rd., Kansas City, Mo. 64110
10. Oklahoma, Oklahoma Historical Society., Indian Archives Division, 2100 North Lincoln Blvd., Ok. City, Ok. 73105.
11. American Indian Law Cnter Library, University of New Mexico School of Law, 1117 Stanford St. N.E., Alberquerque, N.M. 87196
12.North Carolina, Museum of the Cherokee Indian Library, P.O. Box 770-A, U.S. Hwy. 441 North, Cherokee, N.C. 28719
13.Indian Claims Commision, 1730 K. Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20540. (Indian land claims from census records and old land claims.)
14.Internet - try Indians, Native Americans, any combination of words and you shouldn't have a problem finding the pages.
NOTE: These addresses are about 2 years old. It is possible that some addresses have been changed.I would suggest you ask for Fly records without using a first name.
I have been told by a very good source that the name Fly appears on the Daws Roll, however, the first names are omitted. Also, you might try Fly and DuPree names coming out of Georgia.
I do hope this helps some one. I hope your questions can be answered by using some of these resources.You will be looking at names that formed the Western Band (Oklahoma, etc.) Indians for the most part.That does not mean you should not look at the Eastern Band of Cherokees which is located in Cherokee, North Carolina.