The People and Culture of the Cherokee
The People and Culture of the Cherokee
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Annotation: Traces the history of the Cherokee Nation, including its earliest roots in ancient North America, its culture and language, the horrors of the nineteenth century Trail of Tears, and its survival into the present day.
Catalog Number: #121443
Format: Library Binding
Publisher: Cavendish Square
Copyright Date: 2017
Edition Date: 2017
Pages: 128 pages
Availability: Available
ISBN: 1-502-61886-9
ISBN 13: 978-1-502-61886-3
Dewey: 975.004
LCCN: 2015042980
Dimensions: 24 cm.
Language: English
Bibliography Index/Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 116-119) and index.
Reading Level: 6.0
Interest Level: 6-8
Guided Reading Level: W

The people of the Cherokee Nation were descendants of the first Native Americans to live in North America. Over time, they developed their own culture, identity, language, beliefs, and customs. However, their lifestyles became threatened with the arrival of Europeans. By the 1830s, many people living in the United States wanted Native Americans moved onto reservations. One of the most difficult experiences for the Cherokee Nation was the forced removal of the Cherokee from their lands to Oklahoma. This was called the Trail of Tears. In this book, the history of the Cherokee people is told, from their earliest days to hardships during the nineteenth century, to how they have endured in the modern age.

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