Cherokee Indians

  • The Cherokee Indians

    THE CHEROKEE INDIANS Richard T. McLamb Jr. American InterContinental University Abstract The following pages will talk about the Cherokee Indian Tribe. It will talk about some of the events that occurred before the first Americans arrived from Europe. I will also talk about things that happened to the tribe after the fact of the Americans arriving. It talks about some of the events that involved the Americans push for more land and the effect it had on the Cherokee. It also tells of one historical

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  • Indian War

    settle the ongoing issue of the Indians and the land that they held within the states; as a result most of the energy and resources of his administration were focused on settling the dispute and moving on with the Nation. Within Jacksons first year in office he had plans to relocate the Indians to west of the Mississippi. With the relocation, Americans would be free to settle the land vacated by the Indians. Jackson’s stance on the issue is that if the Indians are not willing to adapt they

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  • Navajo Indians

    Culture of the Navajo Indian Tribe, Past & Present Ashford University Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANT101 Robert Moon November 11, 2012 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Thesis statement 3 Introduction 3 Primary mode of subsistence 3 Kinship 4 Beliefs and values 4 Economic organization 5 The Navajo and World War II 6 The Navajo Indian in Modern Times 6 Closing Thoughts 7 Thesis statement The Navajo Indian is the largest tribe in North America, how

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  • A Cherokee Finds Herself in Oklahoma

    A Cherokee finds herself in Oklahoma I am a Cherokee woman my name is Lily, my family and I lived in harmony and peace with the white settlers. Some of them want to live in peace and some just do not accept us. There are White settlers that want to steal our land. My ancestors have been here for many years. Long before these white men ever came over to this land, so why are they trying to take our land away from us? In my land of what they call the State of Georgia, their government refused

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  • The Cherokee People

    | The Cherokee Tribe “The Principal People” | HIST105 | | Christy Price | 2/10/2013 | | The Cherokee Tribe “The Principal People” The word Cherokee, which is pronounced CHAIR-uh-kee, comes from a Muskogee word meaning ‘speakers of another language’. Cherokee Indians, pronounced Tsalagi in their own language, originally called themselves Aniyunwiya, "the principal people," but today they accept the name Cherokee. There are 350,000 Cherokee people that still exist today, mostly

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  • The Cherokee People

    The Cherokee People Nicole Chappell February 10, 2013 The Cherokee People A Native American tribe that resided within the continental United States at the time of first European contact was the Cherokee Indians. They are still around today and better known as The Eastern Band of Cherokees. They had a very unique and creative culture. Although they weren’t very educated and George Guess didn’t finish his development of their own written language until the early 1820s they were fantastic

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  • Navajo Indians

    The Navajo Indians are situated in the northeastern portion of Arizona and their reservation is in the Northwestern part of New Mexico. The Navajo reservation is the largest Indian reservation in the United States. The reservation stretched twenty five thousand square miles and encompasses sixteen acres. This is the place where the Dine (Navajo) called home. The Navajo people live by stringent guidelines when it comes to social, economic and tending to the sick and healing practices. They raided

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  • Cherokee

    this happened to you and your family? This is what happened to the Cherokee tribe and their homeland. The whites came into their homeland, which they occupied for years and years prior, and took over. They gave the Cherokee absolutely no choice on whether they would like to leave their land for the whites or not. The whites came in and handed the Cherokee an ultimatum stating they needed to leave or be killed. This crippled the Cherokee tribe leaders and their families as well as their well-built villages

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  • Indian Camp

    Indian Camp December 2011 Going through childhood, and taking a step into the adult world, is something that we all go through. Growing up is a very important part of life. Someday we’ll all become adults, and if you don’t develop yourself personally, you will remain having a childish personality and not have the skills life requires of you to live a life as a normal human being. Personal development is a theme that is very prominent in the short story “Indian Camp” written by Ernest Hemingway

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  • Indian Camp

    Indian Camp - by Ernest Hemingway The title doesn’t say much about the story. The title is very short, simple, and already now, we’re seeing examples of the iceberg technique. The iceberg technique is, when the author only writes about 10% of the essentials in the story. The reader has to read the last 90% between the lines. I think another reason why the title is so simple, might be that the whole story is based on Nick’s story. He chose a title that would fit into Nick’s world. Nick is

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  • Cherokee

    Before the Europeans first came to the United States and had their first contact with the American Indians, there were numerous of unique indigenous cultures that have been uniquely formed by their landscapes and history. A tribe’s language, worldviews, knowledge and religion come from their local lands, shaping them to be who they are. Though every American Indian tribe has the belief of bringing harmony, respect and balance amongst the human community and the natural world, each illustrates these

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  • Cherokee Interviewee

    Bilal Daoudi Professor: Mr. David Carter Class: ENG111 123A FA13 Date: 09/11/13 The Cherokee Tribes During a recent trip to Lake Lure in western North Carolina, I was taking a boat ride with my fiancée and her family and we were sharing many stories. When her mother, Martha, tried to show us the Great Smoky Mountains on the west side, she mentioned the Cherokee tribes where her ancestors used to live as the Native Americans who inhabited North America before the settlers came from Europe

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  • Columbus and the Indians

    Columbus and the Indians The paper summarizes the story about Columbus and the Indians. It’s interesting noting that, like Africans at that time, Indians were very innocent. Columbus explains how their arrival struck the Indians with wonder. The innocence they portrayed could not be explained. For instance, they were spectacularly hurting themselves when they handled Columbus’ swords by their edge instead of using their special handles. Because of the happiness they had, and the curiosity to get

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  • Indian Railways

    Indian Railways – A monopoly Abstract In economics, monopoly (from Greek monos (alone or single) + polein (to sell)) exists when delivery of a particular product or service is completely controlled by an individual or an enterprise. This is in contrast to monopsony where there is only one buyer of a particular product or service; however there can be more than one provider. It is also different from cartel (a form of oligopoly) wherein several providers establish an institution and coordinate their

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  • Indian

    The British Colonization in Indian Introduction East India Company, also known as The Honorable East India Company, British East India Company, was a joint-stock company established by the British. On Dec. 31th, 1600, the company was chartered by the Queen Elizabeth as the Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading into the East Indies (Chaudhuri, 2006). The charter in fact gave East India Company a monopoly right for twelve years. During its rule in India, the company not only owned

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  • Indian Culture

    differences is key to success in a global organization. This paper will focus on the Indian culture and the differences in US culture and the impacts on some HRM policies and approaches. Indian Culture and Business To fully understand the Indian culture would take some time. For the purpose of this paper I will focus on the business culture and specific areas within the business culture. One thing to note is the Indian culture places high importance some things that are very different from US culture

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  • Highlanders in the French-Indian War

    Highlander in the French-Indian War In 1745 the Jacobite Rebels failed in a revolt as they rose against their English rulers. As a result the rebels and all those believe to be rebels were imprisoned or execute. In 1755 the British and American army lead by General Braddock set off on an expedition to take Fort Duquesne from the French. Several miles away from the fort the Anglo-American army was ambushed by a French and Indian force. This massacre sent shockwaves back to the British soil. The British

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  • American Indian Pride

    American Indian Pride” December 2. 2012 Survey of Exceptionalities 1. What is the name of this culture? The name of the culture of people I selected is the American Indians of North American. I did not want to select just one type or subgroup of this culture, but capture a few elements of the people altogether as one whole culture. The four largest tribes of American Indians are Navajo (308,013), Cherokee (285, 476), Sioux (131, 048), and Chippewa (115, 859). These tribes of American Indians are

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  • Tragedy of the American Indians

    Tragedy of the American Indians Today there are more than half a million Indians in the United States. They are still trying to adapt to the white civilization, being in all stages of development. There are a few Indians who have made money from natural resources found on their lands, but there are still thousands who live at close starvation levels. Many live in almost complete isolation from Americans who are not Indian, but there are some who are educated and living among the white society

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  • Indian Camp

    a) At an Indian camp in a forest, at the time where Europeans settled down in America. At nighttime. The camp lays across a lake. b) Nick, the dad and uncle George. The dad and George are doctors. George likes to smoke cigars. I think Nick is anywhere between 9-12. Because he knows about child-birth. c) They are travelling to an Indian camp because a woman is pregnant and the baby is facing the wrong way, as his feet is the first to come out, so they have to do a Caesarian. The woman has

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  • Contrasting Yokut and Cherokee Culture

    Thompson ANTH 252 Doctor Hemphill Yokuts v. Cherokee I. Introduction This paper is a basic introduction to two native North American tribes; the Yokuts of the California cultural area and the Cherokee of the Southeast cultural area. First I we will delve in to the general backgrounds of these two tribes, followed by an in depth examination of Religious beliefs practiced by each tribe, as well as the Life cycle rituals of the Yokuts and Cherokee. Directly proceeding this we will then

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  • The Indian Removal Act of 1830

    THE INDIAN REMOVAL ACT OF 1830 Migdalia Tuero HIST101: American History to 1877 Professor Kathleen Davis February 13, 2014 There are several historical events and issues that have impacted the contemporary political development among American history. In the history of America one of these groups are the Native Americans. The white man throughout the South called for a removal of the Indian peoples. They wanted the Native Indians to be resettled to the west because their presence created

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  • Indian Caste

    the other hand, it is proving harmful to the nation as a whole. Some of the major consequences of Casteism are as follows: 1. Hindrance in the development of nationalism: Casteism hinders the growth and development of nationalism. It has divided Indian Society into a large number of groups and subgroups. There is also division in the same caste. Very often there occurs both inter-caste tension and intra-caste tension which lead to national disintegration. 2. Hindrance to democracy: Casteism poses

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  • Indian Camp

    * doctor? * volunteer? * Indian lady * pregnant * sick – trying to have her baby since 2 days (being in labour, Wehen haben) * husband * smokes a pipe * axe -> foot (3 days before) * Indians * bark peelers * work for a logging company Way to the Indian Camp * Nick, father and Uncle George * 2 Indians pick them up * row across the lake in two boats * Nick asking: Where are we going… father: to an Indian Camp because an India woman is very

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  • The Debate over Indian Removal

    The condition and ulterior destiny of the Indian tribes within the limits of some of our States have become objects of much interest and importance. It has long been the policy of Government to introduce among them the arts of civilization, in the hope of gradually reclaiming them from a wandering life. This policy has, however, been coupled with another wholly incompatible with its success. Professing a desire to civilize and settle them, we have at the same time lost no opportunity to purchase

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  • Indian Politics

    Indian Politics and Politicians Indian Politics refers to the activities of the political parties associated with the governance of India as a country. A Politician is person who is professionally involved in politics. It is to be said politics is the art and technique of government. Every idea contains an intention, similarly political idea also contains intention for implementation, but recently people observe negative sense. Introduction to Indian Politics Mahatma Gandhi stated regarding

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  • Indians

    1 INDIANS Donna Rose History204 Tami Depasse July 14, 2014

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  • Sioux Indians

    Sioux Indians The Sioux Indians first came to North America from Asia. Sioux means, “little snake” and was given to the tribe by the Chippewa Indians. The Sioux Indians were nomadic, meaning they didn’t stay in a particular place for very long. They would follow the pattern of the buffalo, and hunt them for food and clothing. The Sioux Indians migrated from Minnesota to the South Dakota area in the 1700’s. For more than 160 years, the Sioux Indians had a great deal of land in the plains to

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  • Indian Camp

    Written assignment: Indian Camp and Just Like That The name of the story is "Indian Camp" and is written by Ernest Hemingway, and it was published in 1924. The story is about a boy called Nick, Nick's father and Nick's uncle, George. They have to sail to an Indian camp, where there's a very sick lady, that they have to help. When they finally arrive to the Indian camp, they get to a shanty, where the women is. They walk in to the shanty, where there is a young woman who's in labor. Her husband's

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  • Indian Bpos

    Economic Risk The Legal Environment Contract Law Other Regulatory Issues The Technological Environment Global E-Business Conclusion Summary of Key Points Discussion Questions Application Exercises Experiential Exercise Internet Resources Case Study: Indian BPOs Waking Up to the Philippines Opportunity? Management Focus: Intel Brings Changes to Vietnam's Economy and Culture Information Technology OBJECTIVES: 1. To understand the global business environment and how it affects the strategic and

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  • Cherokee Indians of the South East

    Cherokee is pronounced"CHAIR-uh-kee." It comes from a Muskogee word meaning speakers of another language. Cherokee Indians originally called themselves Aniyunwiya "the principal people," but today they accept the name Cherokee,which is spelled and pronounced Tsalagi in their own language. The Cherokees are original residents of the American Southeast region, particularly Georgia, North and South Carolinia, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Most Cherokees were forced to move to Oklahoma in the

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  • Native American Indians Religious Beliefs and the Impact on Healthcare

    April 2015 The Native American Indian with Respect to Healthcare and Religious Practices Carrie Johnson The American Native Indian culture has used alternative medicine and tribal rituals for many centuries. This culture has used natural remedies to treat and cure diseases and aliments within their tribe. The term “Medicine Man” is coined from the Native American Indian tribes. The person who held this title was generally an

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  • Indian Economy

    Current state of Indian Economy August 2010 Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry New Delhi Highlights – August 2010 July 2010 overall industrial growth numbers continued on the path of buoyancy. The high growth in the overall industrial output was solely on account of the heavyweight manufacturing sector. The other two sectors also remained in the positive zone in July and during the period from April – July 2010. However, the growth in output was lower than the growth seen

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  • American Indian History

    are more than half a million Indians in the United States. They are still trying to adapt to the white civilization, being in all stages of development. There are a few Indians who have made money from natural resources found on their lands, but there are still thousands who live at close starvation levels. Many live in almost complete isolation from Americans who are not Indian, but there are some who are educated and living among the white society. Hundreds of Indians work in cities close to their

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  • The Cherokee Nation

    The Cherokee Nation: Individualism, Collectivism, Power, and Quality of Life Individualism/Collectivism “In the beginning there was no land; just water and the sky. The animals lived above the solid rock vault that formed the sky, but they were very crowded”(Perdue, 2007). This is the introduction of the Cherokee people’s birth and come to being on this earth. Like our tale of Adam and Eve, the Cherokee also had their version of it and their people were named Kana’ti and Selu. They

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  • Teen Indians

    Ten Indians 1) “Teen Indians”, by Ernest Hemingway is about two American families, the Garners and Nick’s family. Nick is driving home, with Joe Garner and Joe’s family. It’s late on the fourth of July: Americas Independence Day. On the ride home, they meet nine drunken Indians, alongside the road. They arrived home; Nick gets to hear the Garners, racists’ opinions about the Indians. He feels confused, because he is in love with the Indian girl, Prudence Mitchell. As Nick gets home his father

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  • Book Review: John Ehle’s Trail of Tears: the Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation

    Book Review: John Ehle’s Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation The book Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation by John Ehle is a book about the Cherokee Indians and the suffering they endured during the late 1830s. Ehle wrote a book that was more than just a documentation of what happened on the Trail of Tears; he wrote a detailed documentation of Native American history. It centered more around the Cherokees than any other textbook could considering it helped

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  • Imaging Indians

    Imaging Indians Name: Institution Date: Hollywood is one of the most influential entities in the world. This industry shapes the perception of movie viewers in every aspect of their lives. In Hollywood movies, Americans and Indians are the key players as a result of their long interaction in the history of America. Therefore, Hollywood movies greatly affect the perceptions of the Americans and other audiences about Indians. In most cases, Hollywood stereotype Indians as savages, as well

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  • Indian Creation Stories

    creation of the earth. It seems that nearly every tribe has a different belief of how it happened, though some are very similar. The Huron tribe, originally from the St. Lawrence Valley, have a very similar belief of creation as the Iroquois, where the Cherokee tribe had a totally different view than the Pima. The Iroquois and the Huron myths are both in the Earth-Diver category. In this type of myth, animals swim deep to the bottom of the water and bring up dirt in their mouth, forming the earth. Just

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  • Indian

    Indian Distributors Ltd. Prof. Ramesh Behl Indian Distributors Ltd. was originally started as a small trader who used to import goods from third world countries and sell these in India. Slowly, it expanded its business to an ‘Importing House’. It was established about fifty years back and, over the years, has built up a substantial nation-wide selling and distribution organization within India. Its headquarters is in Mumbai, but it has warehouses and Regional Sales Offices in Delhi, Kolkata

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  • Choctaw Indian

    Choctaw Indian Christine Hutson Soc/262 Contemporary American Society Introduction Choctaw Indians liven in many different parts of the United States. In which their tribe government is different from the U.S... Their main focus is to operate on their government and be recognizing as a tribe. When the U.S tried to abolish them they stood up to fight to keep their heritage a live. Despite what they had to go threw they are a strong union and

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  • Indian Tractors mayurm@dolatcapital com 1 Executive summary Why did we do a follow-up report on tractors NOW ? The tractor industry has grown at a CAGR of ~12% during last five years. After a splendid performance, during the last two to three years, the Indian tractor industry is believed to head for a slow-down , we believe otherwise and hence our stance to b buy i into tractor at this j hi juncture. Our takeaways: There is an increasing lack of cheap farm labour due to migration to urban areas, leading

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  • Indian Removal

    helped pass the “Indian Removal Act.” The act gave the president the power to negotiate treaties with the Indian tribes that lived east of the Mississippi. The removal was supposed to be peaceful, but some of the southeastern tribes resisted and Jackson forced them to move. Out of the Creeks, Chickasaws, Choctaws, and Cherokee it can be argued that the Cherokee had it the hardest. The Cherokee were tricked into signing the Treaty of New Echota. Led by Chief John Ross, the Cherokee signed a petition

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  • Indian

    significant role by way of enforcing the law of promoting socio-economic welfare of the people. The pattern of administrative relationship between the Centre and the State, therefore, assumes a great significance in developing country like India. The Indian Constitution contains more elaborate provisions regarding the administrative relation between the Centre and the States than are to be found in any of the three federation of the U.S.A., Canada and Australia. The Constitution lays down a flexible

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  • Indian History

    • Imperialism is when a country dominates another country politically, economically, culturally, etc. o And for the British this was the bigger picture that they had in mind for India. • The British succeeded in India because: o Disunity among Indian princely states. India was more a collection of militaristic princely states. The British successfully used this to play off one state against another. Clive succeeded at Plassey, because Mir Jaffar was willing to betray his master Siraj-Ud-Daulah

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  • Indians and Americans

    Indians and Americans The customs of Indians are different than that of Americans. Even with Indians that have moved here and built their lives in America. From religion to fashion there is a big difference in Native Indians and Americans. They have adapted to a lot of America ways and enjoy their lives here yet some miss their Indian customs. India is acknowledged as the origin of Hinduism and Buddhism which are the third and fourth largest religions in the world. According to the “Handbook

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  • Who Are the Blackfeet Indians

    Kole Parsons Eng 110 11/15/2011 Who are the Blackfeet Indians? What is a Blackfeet Indian? There are two ways to answer this. One is the legal way that most white people would understand and the other way is the way that only we as Indians would understand. The formal definition of Native American is; “A member of any of the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere. The ancestors of the Native Americans are generally considered by scientists to have entered the Americas from Asia

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  • Indians

    The Mohawk Indians are a group of Native Americans indigenous to what is now New York, the Mohawks Is one of many of the remaining native tribes in the United States. The Mohawks are a farming culture known for their great battle skills and the organization of their political groups. The tribe gained their name which means “man eaters” from tribal enemies and Europeans . The tribe is a part of the original Iroquois Indian league were they shared the same culture and language. The Mohawks are notable

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  • The Creek Indians

    Creek Indians April 22, 2012 Abstract Native Americans are some of the most important figures in American history. They were here before the first settler built upon this land of the free. The battles that were fought were battles that were necessary but sometimes we forget the human side of these Indians. Known as salvages and brutes it is no doubt that the war was bloody and the Indian fight for survival was fierce. Nevertheless, these tribes were a people that joined until the very

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  • Trail of Tears: Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation by John Ehle

    US History to 1877 Trail of Tears: Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation by John Ehle Having little knowledge of the Cherokee removal and the history that took place in this moment in America’s past, the book Trail of Tears: Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation by John Ehle, offers an insight to the politics, social dynamics and class struggles the Cherokee Nation faced in the late 1830s. The book was very comprehensive and the scope of the book covers nearly 100 years of Native American History

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