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More About the Cherokee
from "Wilma Mankiller"

Packet 3
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In the early 1800's--especially after gold was discovered in Georgia in 1828--the U.S. government began demanding that all Indians in the Southeast be relocated west of the Mississippi River.
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In 1835, some Cherokees signed a treaty and moved on their own.
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Most, however, were forced to march the Trail of Tears.
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About 1,000 Cherokees hid out in the Great Smoky Mountains.
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In time, they were allowed to stay, and they became known as the Eastern Band of Cherokees.
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