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    responsible for hunting and the hard-laborious duties. In the end, both tribes ended up fighting the settlers but losing large quantities of people and land. People who were independent became dependent upon the settlers’ goods, power and wealth. In turn, the newfound lust, disease and acts of war changed the amount of faith the tribesmen had in their religion, the religious figures, and cultural habits such as ceremonies, traditions and ways they hunted animals and farmed the land were lost. Instead of sharing the overabundance of food or skins with other tribes it became currency to buy the settler’s goods. Both tribes ended up losing their land by force, and moved to reservations where they had to start their civilizations over in unfamiliar territory.…

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    streams where running through or bordering said reservation, is further secured to said confederated tribes and bands of Indians, as also the right of taking fish at all usual and accustomed places, in common with citizens of the Territory.” This added to the legal source that allowed the Native Americans to fish and hunt on and off reservation. In regards to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) the Cherokee Nation has their own fishing and hunting codes. The Cherokee…

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    Grant Foreman discusses the tragic events that occurred during the Cherokee’s travel to Indian Territory in the 1830s. Grant 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…

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    In which, the effects of Marshall Supreme Court decisions and the Indian Removal Act decimated Indian sovereignty by refusing to acknowledge that American Indians governments could have been full partners in nation building and left their legal texts malleable enough that interpretation would always benefit the United States (Norgren 142). Even on Indian Territory, Native Nations sovereignty was still in question because most Americans “rejected the idea of Indian autonomy” and manifest destiny…

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    Not many people know or have heard about the Trail of Tears. It might be a subject that some people avoid because it was such a horrible tragedy. The Trail of Tears was a forced Indian march that took place on a very long trail of 1,000 miles that led to an established Indian Territory. Our government were the ones behind this and thought it was right to remove them from their homes. These people suffered even some them died on their journey. In the end if they did survive the trail their whole…

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    treating them terribly so they could eventually drive them out of their land and in time it worked. The Indians were set out to travel all the way to Oklahoma to reach their land that was now assigned to them. According to Historyteaching.org, approximately 16,000 Cherokees were removed between 1836 and 1839, and about 4,000 were perished. In July of 1838 before the actual Trail of Tears started, the military imprisoned about 13,000 Cherokees and 1500 died. Then October came and the Trail of…

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    personal territories formulated by social norms and other verbal and nonverbal notifications sent by others. The term “public,” specifically means areas where individuals have freedom of access, but not necessarily of action (Guerrero, DeVito & Hecht, 1999). In this paper, I will describe my observations of how various people established their personal territories in five different places: the library, the elevator, the café, the concert, and the children’s playing room. People are able to take…

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    Badass U Articles Summary True Alpha? True Alpha The word “alpha” has become very popular in the last decade or so when describing human social dynamics. But the definition of the term isn’t so clear. Most define it as being the leader of men (or women). Or, as some insecure douchebag who is excessively aggressive. And with the first definition, interestingly, people will look at wolves and gorillas to give examples of alphas in the wild. But there really are no alpha males there. Scientists…

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    Cherokee Indian Removal

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    However, the rules of the game were very severe. The people who participated in these games were often subjected to a public humility and even put on a strict diet (Ehle). Women in the Cherokee tribes actually had a big say in many issues. They were also allowed to own a house and they were able to choose who they would marry. Women typically took care of the children, but if a woman had too many children, a child was born ill or disabled the mother was the deciding factor on whether she would…

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    of Modern Music and Culture in the Oklahoma Ozark Foothills, The Oklahoma Ozark area is a physical and cultural transition zone between the Great Plains and the eastern woodlands. This area has been considered home to many of the Cherokee people since their removal by U.S. soldiers and settlers beginning in the 1820s (pg. 239). The Cherokees has lived in the Oklahoma Ozark area longer than any other ethnic group compared as of currently. The Cherokees not only brought unique cultural attributes,…

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