The judges decided the Cherokee Indians could stay in their homes. But the
President, Andrew Jackson, sent the army to march the Cherokees to Oklahoma
The houses of Cherokee Indians were made using plaster and river cane, and
they had thatched roofs. During the winter season, the Cherokee lived in smaller
Pictures and descriptions of different types of Native American Indian homes ...
Wattle and daub houses (also known as asi, the Cherokee word for them) are ...
Sep 25, 2016 ... September 2016 - Most people who lived in the Cherokee nation lived in houses
that were just for one family. These houses were usually ...
... the Cherokee tribe. Food, clothing, homes, weapons and culture of the
Cherokee people. Interesting facts about the Cherokee nation of the Southeast
Kids learn about Native American Indian tribe the Cherokee from the ... These
homes were framed with tree logs and then covered with mud and grass to fill in ...
Village Life: The Cherokee lived in villages. Each village was home to about 400-
500 people. In each village, there were 30-60 homes, a plaza, a town square, ...
Cherokee, which means those who live in the mountains, are a large Native
American tribe ... The Cherokee Indians were a very large Native American tribe
that originally settled in the ... Cherokee houses resembled an upside down
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Dec 16, 2013 ... Compare and Contrast Creek and Indian Structures to those of Georgians today.
2nd Grade Project by Karli Day.
The Cherokee people never lived in tipis. The Plains Indians lived in these, as
they were able to be moved when following herds and hunting. The Cherokee ...