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    Foreman argues that diseases were the main struggle for the Cherokee Tribe. In Grant Foreman’s Indian Removal: The Emigration of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians, Grant states that the Cherokee Indians “had suffered much from disease and several deaths had occurred among them” (Foreman, 256). Measles and cholera were the main diseases that affected the Cherokee population. The Cherokee even lost many of their children from cholera during their travel. Grant Foreman explains how heartbroken the parents were after losing their children from cholera during their travel. Foreman says “Parents were turning with…

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    forced to march to new land. That is exactly what the Cherokee tribe had to go through. The Cherokee Tribe wanted peace with the United States and wanted to live peacefully without battles, however Andrew Jackson, who was currently president, wanted the Cherokee Tribe out. The Cherokee Tribe even went to Supreme Court so they would not be forced out of their land, but it was the president’s orders to force the tribe out. So, they packed what they had and they started their long journey west.…

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    Cherokee Tribe Beliefs

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    “Cherokee Tribe” Did you know that there are more than 100 tribes all around the United States? If you didn't know, now you do! One of the most popular trips is the Cherokee. The Cherokee tribe has an estimated population of 300,000 people which are among different states such as: Oklahoma (being the most populated), South and North Carolina, Tennessee, etc. The Cherokees have lots of aspect similar to the regular American, such as in their language (english) and their religion (christianity).…

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    The Cherokee were one of the largest Native American tribes who settled in the Southeast portion of the United States. The tribe came from Iroquoian descent. They had originally been from the Great Lakes region of the country, but eventually settled down closer to the east coast including Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and the Virginias. They were a strong tribe with several smaller sections, all being lead by chiefs. The Cherokee nation prided themselves on being polite and…

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    The Cherokee Tribe of today is made of 3 different groups that all descend from the same common tribe which was formed in the late 1800s. The Cherokee community has more than 300,000 tribal members, making it the largest of the 567 federally recognized tribes in the United States. Upwards of 800,000 people claim having Cherokee ancestry on US land. With Oklahoma being the largest census of acclaimed Cherokee tribe members, members reside within 14 counties of that state. The Tribes economic…

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    The Cherokee tribe is a tribe that originated in southwest Virginia, western North Carolina and South Carolina, north Georgia, east Tennessee, and northeast Alabama, and claiming even to the Ohio River. The cherokee is a very large tribe that stretched over a vast area. The Cherokee tribe had many sub tribes. The sub tribes often spoke different languages. The Cherokee language originated from the Iroquoian language. Cherokee is a polysynthetic language. A polysynthetic language means that one…

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    Hello. I am Adsila, of the Cherokee Tribe. My name means Blossom, and I am just 11 years old. A lot has happened in the Cherokee history, and there is much to tell. After all, my tribe loves to tell stories. For example, my mother, Adoette, has told me the story of the water beetle. We believe that once the Earth was all water. We think that humans lived in a world above Earth. When the water beetle came down, he swam around and spit dirt from his mouth and created islands! Over time, our…

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    Anthropology as “the original inhabitants of particular territories; often descendants of tribes people who live on as culturally distinct colonized people. Cherokees are amongst the indigenous peoples who where settled in is what now the southeastern united states. Almost two hundred plus villages scattered throughout what are now the states of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. The original territories where broken down into Three regions…

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    The Native America Indian Tribe; the Cherokee Nation, is the second largest tribe in the United States of America. In 1985, Wilma Mankiller, a Cherokee woman, was elected as the first female chief to serve the Cherokee Nation. Mankiller was a fierce woman who fought to preserve the Cherokee Nation. She lived during a time of the civil rights movement and struggled to claim equality just as those in the American Deaf community have fought for civil rights. The struggles between the White…

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    Cherokee Tribe

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    innocent men, women and children? Do you think you could sleep knowing that same tribe could attack you or your family at anytime? People around the states wanted the Cherokees out of Georgia because of the resources in that land. Many Georgians still had hatred and anger towards the Cherokee tribe because of past events that have occurred. In general, many citizens wanted them out which lead the Indian Removal Act. The act was justified because the Cherokees received received many benefits, the…

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