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Cherokee history - Wikipedia

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Cherokee history draws upon the oral traditions and written history of the Cherokee people, who are currently enrolled in the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Nation, and United Keetoowah ...

Cherokee History | Cherokee NC | Cherokee North Carolina | Blue ...

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Early Cherokee History took place in North Carolina and throughout the ... with an estimated population of 25,000 prior to the arrival of European explorers.

History | Cherokee, NC

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Chapter I: This is what I was told when I was young. Cherokees begin a story the way their people have for generations. It's only fitting to start the story of the ...

History and Culture of the North Carolina Eastern Band of Cherokee ...

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No one knows exactly how long the Cherokee have lived in Western North Carolina. ... At the time the first Europeans came in the 1500s, the Cherokee were a ...

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians | Cherokee, NC

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Unfortunately, despite the Cherokee's efforts to adapt to European culture, the federal government of the United States decided it was no longer important to ...

Cherokee women - North Carolina Digital History - Learn NC

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The Cherokees originally lived in villages built along the rivers of western North ... Europeans also were astonished that women were the heads of Cherokee ...

Cherokee DNA - Access Genealogy

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Aug 29, 2016 ... The North Carolina Cherokees were chosen because after 180 years in the ... The European DNA contained a much higher level of DNA test markers ... that the Cherokees had always lived in western North Carolina, and ...

Settlement of the Mountains, 1775-1838 (from Tar Heel Junior ...

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European Migration. The most prominent Native Americans to settle in the mountains of western present-day North Carolina were the Cherokee Indians.

American Indians - Part 3: European contact to the era of removal ...

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Many North Carolina tribes disappeared or merged with other groups before their ... The two most prominent Iroquoian tribes were the Cherokee, occupying the ... Pamlico Sounds inland to the approximate western limit of the Coastal Plain.

UNC Press :: The Encyclopedia of North Carolina

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The Cherokee thrived in North Carolina well into the late eighteenth century, but ... in the western part of the state, were the only Indian tribe in North Carolina fully ... Since the Indians did not have the immune system the Europeans had built ...