My Cherokee Culture

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My Cherokee Culture

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"One by one Indian peoples were removed to the West. The Delaware, the Ottawa, Shawnee, Pawnee and Potawatomi, the Sauk and Fox, Miami and Kickapoo, the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Seminole. In all some 90 thousand Indians were relocated. The Cherokee were among the last to go. Some reluctantly agreed to move. Others were driven from their homes at bayonet point. Almost two thousand of them died along the route they remembered as the Trail of Tears."Documentary: The West (Ken Burns/Stephen Ives)

Cherokee Culture

A cradleboard is used to carry babies around either on the mother's back, in her hand like a basket, or attached to a sled.

Wattle and Daube houses are what the Southeastern tribes lived in. The Cherokee's called it 'asi'.

The Cherokee alphabet is really known as a syllabary.

My Great, Great-Grandmother


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