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Up to 1850
By Cassandra Garkow, Donna, Seth Watts
1 February 2005
1. What was a common game played among the Cherokee children and what was it used for?
2. Some of the games and toys used were to develop certain types of
skills. What were the skills being developed ? Name two.
What occurred prior to the Native Americans being forced to relocate in the West?
How were the children affected during the Trail of Tears?
Cherokee girls, learned many handcrafts that were passed down from there mothers and generation to generation.
The Crazy Quilt was a favorite among the Cherokees, because it was similar to the Cherokee "rag-cloth" of ancient times which utilized the scraps from many different sewing projects
Girls helped there mothers do most of the tending of the crop and gardens.