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A History of the Cherokee

Discusses the history of the Cherokee Nation from their creation story to the present. How the Cherokees lost their independence due largely to land-hungry Europeans. The Cherokee return today to a greater degree of sovereignty.
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Pages 6
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The Resurgence of the Cherokee NationIntroduction Long before Europeans arrived in what would become North America native peoples including the Cherokee nation of the southern Appalachianregion had created complex social systems and lifestyles that wouldultimately be challenged and in many instances virtually destroyed by theinflux of land-hungry Europeans i At issue in this brief report is ananalysis of the development of the Cherokee Nation from their creationstory to the present During this period the Cherokees enjoyedindependence lost it struggled to regain some

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