The Cherokee Removal : Book Review
The Cherokee Removal, Book Review
In 1000 A.D. Cherokee tribes picked a different, and equal diet of corn, vegetables, and meat. during that, English were eating rough bread, and beer. Cherokee Houses depend on many buildings around a small square with huge four-sided wooden homes for harvest, and tiny circular homes with deep mud walls for winter.
Families had many descents existing together like mothers, daughters, husbands, and virgin sons. Community-based on their relationship with their mothers