What Did the Cherokee Indians Eat?

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The Cherokee Indians mainly ate corn, beans, squash, native fruits and nuts like blueberries, chestnuts, acorns among other. Also, they ate many native animals like beaver, deer, elk, opossum, and turkey to name a few. Various roots and herbs were included in their diet.
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