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    served as the seventh president and his main concern was the removal of the Cherokee tribe from their own land. As a result, the Cherokee people were divided amongst themselves because of this act President Jackson wanted to enforce. While many Cherokee people ignored Jackson’s instructions and stay in their land, few did go to what is now Oklahoma. Even before they were told to migrate to federal lands, the society of Cherokee was still unified. The money distributed throughout their original…

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    Americans Language Website, Cherokee originally means “people with another language.” When the Europeans first came to America, they learned that the Muscogee Nation called this particular group of Indians, Cherokee, hence why they were introduced as the Cherokee Indians. The Cherokee’s native name for themselves was Aniyunwiya. They came from an Iroquoian descent and settled in the southeastern part of the United States. Years later, they have accepted being named as the Cherokee Indians,…

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    Topic: For my historical event analysis, I have chosen to focus on The Cherokee "Trail of Tears" Research Question: How the Indian Removal Act of 1830 affected the Cherokee? Preliminary Writing Plan Introduction The historical analysis focuses on the topic is “The Cherokee Trail of Tears”; the topic is about a historical event that caused suffering and death of one of the tribes that are native in America. The Cherokee are among the Creeks, the Chickasaw, the Seminoles and the Choctaw who…

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    others. All the four stories were written in the Cherokee syllabery. The book consists of four chapters that each of which circles around a particular aspect of the tradition of Cherokee and it evolves in a changing world. When Woody was explaining his vision he stated that it was about four days before Thanksgiving. So I think you get the picture on what I mean of the author putting out the word four throughout the book. But, according to the Cherokee…

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    The following will compare and contrast the Cherokee and Navajo belief in creation as well as delve into the viewpoints of each tribe and their relationship with the earth, animals and other people. It is hard for a person to understand why particular cultures act and believe the way they do without understanding their belief and history. The Cherokee Indians told creation stories for the Milky Way , Earth , as well as man and woman . The Cherokee believed that in the beginning everything…

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    The Cherokee Woman

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    story about a Cherokee woman name Vine. Vine is said to be a beautiful woman and can cure people who came to her for help. A white man named Saul Sullivan comes to Red Bull Camp to do some work and meets Vine. Saul fall in love of her beauty and by her mesmerizing looks. Vine and Saul had a connection with each other and knew they wanted to be together. The Cherokee woman marries the white southerner named Saul, during World War I. After Vine marries Saul, she leaves her Cherokee community to…

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    Cherokee Tribe

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    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 disagreement was solved professionally and the final reason is the Cherokee harmed many innocent Americans. First of all, the Cherokees received many benefits from America. For example the tribe were given five million dollars as said in the article, “ Move the Cherokee…

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    Trail Of Tears Dbq

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    Sufferings “I fought through the Civil War and have seen men shot to pieces and slaughtered by thousands, but the Cherokee removal was the cruelest work I ever knew.” Quoted by a Georgian militiamen during the gathering of Cherokee Indians, he describes how horrible this removal was on the Native Americans that once lived in the Cherokee Territory. (Document D) Once the Cherokee were rounded up, they were sent to travel the Trail of Tears to the west side of the Mississippi River. After…

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    that must be ratified by both parties and could not forced upon the Cherokee. However, Jackson made it clear that any resistance to the laws would be met with force. Other tribes signed treaties with the US government some time after the ratification of the Indian Removal Act; the Cherokee resisted their removal by legal means. They argued that the anti-Cherokee laws that Georgia had enacted sometime after gold was found on Cherokee land were unconstitutional and won their case in 1832. Andrew…

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    The Tragic Trail Of Tears

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    John Ross became principal chief of the Cherokee Nation in 1827, following the establishment of a government modeled on that of the United States. He presided over the nation during the apex of its development in the Southeast, the tragic Trail of Tears, and the subsequent rebuilding of the nation in Indian Territory, in present-day Oklahoma. Ross was born on October 3, 1790, in Turkey Town, on the Coosa River near present-day Center, Alabama. His family moved to the base of Lookout Mountain, an…

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