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The cherokee tribe

The Cherokee Tribe

By: Tabatha T.

http://daphne.palomar.edu/ais100/cherokee_indian_dance.jpg


Main menu

Main Menu


Daily life

DAILY LIFE

  • The food that the Cherokee ate was corn, squash, beans, deer, elk, fox, bear, and fish.

  • The Cherokee held many feasts and dances.

  • Their houses were round, dome shaped, made of wood and covered in mud.

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Customs religion

CUSTOMS & RELIGION

  • The Cherokee religion honored nature.

  • Shamans were religious leaders and they could also heal people with plants and herbs.

  • Some Cherokee would wear or sleep on animal skins hoping to gain that animal’s skills.

  • The Cherokee had many ceremonies.

http://mcclungmuseum.utk.edu/archives/cherokee/index.shtml

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Important historical events

IMPORTANT HISTORICAL EVENTS

  • The Cherokee were moved to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears. The Trail of Tears is the trail that the soldiers directed the Cherokee to go to Oklahoma. It is called the Trail of Tears because many Cherokee died on the long journey to Oklahoma.

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Role in revolutionary war

ROLE IN REVOLUTIONARY WAR

  • The Cherokee sided with Britain in the French and Indian War.

  • After the war was over the colonists were still mad at the Cherokee for siding with Britain.

http://www.aaanativearts.com/cherokee/cherokee-sitemap.htm

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Interesting facts

INTERESTING FACTS

  • The Cherokee was one of the largest Indian tribes.

  • There are seven clans of the Cherokee tribe and each child is a part of the mother’s tribe.

  • Each clan has a chief and six other men that run the tribe and make laws

  • Boys learn to hunt and girls learn to plant, cook, and make clothing.

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Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Works Cited

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  • “Cherokee.” [email protected] State University. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Feb. 2011. <http://mnsu.edu/‌emuseum/‌cultral/‌northamerica/‌cherokee.html>.

  • Coates, Julia M. “Cherokee Indians.” World Book Online. 2011. World Book Online Reference Center. Web. 5 Feb. 2011. <http://wordbookonline.com/‌student/‌article?id=ar108980&st=thetcherokee#backtotop>.

  • Lund, Bill. The Cherokee Indians. Mankato: Capstone , 1997. Print.

  • McCall, Barbara A. The Cherokee. Vero Beach: Rourke Publications inc., 1989. Print.

  • Todd, Anne M. The Cherokee. Mankato: Brigestone, 2003. Print.

  • Williams, Suzanne Morgan. Cherokee Indians. Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2003. Print.

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