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In 1976, while writing his dissertation for a Ph.D. in Anthropology, Archaeologist Bennie Keel was under heavy pressure to state that the Cherokees had lived
SOUTHERN: CHEROKEE This is a handcarved shell called a gorget. The design is a traditional southeastern design revived from archeological digs. The image is of a woodpecker and a four directional symbol in the center.
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A woman poses during the batlle re-enactment at the San Jacinto Battlefield near Lynchburg Texas. The leader of the Texans, Sam Houston, had a long history as a friend to many native American tribes particularly the Cherokees. At the age of 16, Sam, unhappy with farming and storekeeping, ran away from home to live with the Cherokees on Hiwasee Island in the Tennessee River near present-day Dayton, Tennessee. A year later in 1810 Sam returned to his family for a short period before returning…
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The Cherokees have the oldest and best-known Native American writing system in the United States. Invented by Sequoyah and made public in 1821, it was rapidly adopted, leading to nineteenth-century Ch