With the coming of Europeans in North the US, the Cherokee have been profoundly affected. This booklet completely discusses their heritage through the Colonial and progressive warfare eras. beginning with the French and Indian battle, the Cherokee have been allied with the British, counting on them for items like poorly made muskets. The alliance proved unequal, with the British refusing aid--even as settlers made incursions into Cherokee lands--while requiring them to struggle at the British part opposed to the French and rebellious americans. even as, the Cherokee have been relocating clear of their traditions, and management disagreements prompted their country to develop into fragmented. All of this led to the lack of Cherokee ancestral lands.
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