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1/4 of the Cherokee people died on the Trail of Tears. About 4,000 Cherokees died.

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The Cherokee Indians walked the Trail of Tears and about 4,000 of them died


Many Creek or Muskogee Indians died but MOST of the Indians that died on the Trail of Tears were Cherokee.


The trail is called "Trail of Tears" because during the move of the Cherokee Tribe many people died along the way and many people were in tears.


One-third of the Cherokee Indians died on the Trail of Tears. That makes up about 5,000.



There is no exact number of Cherokee that died on the Trail of Tears - it is estimated between 4,000 and 15,000 died.


The Cherokee Indians were treated very BADLY! Many of them died along the way.




Because so many people died from hardships on the journey


In the Trail of Tears, about 4,000 of the 16,000 Cherokee Indians died to their new journey to Oklahoma from Georgia.


The Trail of Tears was a horrible time in the history of the Native American. The United States forced many Cherokee Indians to travel from their homes in the Blue Ridge Mountains out to Oklahoma. Many of them died along the way, which is why they call it the Trail of Tears.We learned about the Trail of Tears in school today.


4,000 people died along the Trail of Tears.


About 15,000 Cherokee Indians started on the trail and about 11,000 Indians survived.


Because of the forced march, many Cherokee starved to death on the Trail of Tears.


The migration of the Cherokee was called the trail of tears because a lot of people died there on that trail and a lot of people cried because they lost there loved and close ones that are dear to them.


The Cherokee had already "refused" to move but they were forcefully moved to Oklahoma. Jackson was already out of presidency but he is held responsible for starting the further intentions for this trail of tears.


1500 miles for the Cherokee Trail of Tears. However, that was just the most famous removal. There were many trails of tears.


It is called The Trail of Tears, where the Cherokee Indians were taken when forced to move out of what is now Cherokee county.it went through lots of states it started in North Carolina and ended in Oklahoma. Lots of Cherokee died on the way to Oklahoma and lots got sick and murdered even it was cold and miserable that's why its sad. Many died and were full of misery,


It was the Cherokee Trail of Tears. It was just the most famous of many trails of tears endured by several tribes. History books only seem to remember the Cherokee one.


The Trail of Tears was a sad and brutal thing. About 1/4 of 17,000 Cherokees died on the Trail of Tears. ( that's 4,000 Cherokees )Writtin by,Tiki


Estimates vary on how many Cherokee went on the infamous Trail of Tears. When the Cherokee arrived in Oklahoma, estimates are that around four thousand Indians had died. More were to die once they got there.


Many of the Cherokee hid out and did not go on the "trail of tears" but from 16,000-17,000 were caught and forced to leave. Any Cherokee that did not cooperate could see their belongings burned as they were led out under chains. Of the ones that left from Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, 4,000 died from exposure and malnutrition.


That would depend upon the essence of your essay, or what your focus Is. If, for instance, your essay is just a narrative of what the Cherokee Trail of Tears was, then I would end it with brief summation pointing out that the Cherokee Trail of Tears was but one trail of tears many tribes had to endure. If your focus is on how it was an illegal removal, then you might summarize and point out how this deliberate disobeying of the Supreme Court, would not have been tolerated.


Around 17,000 Cherokee walked the trail of tears. The trail was from Georgia to Oklahoma. Many of the Cherokee that marched did not make it. They were left in the dirt where they fell from exhaustion. By the way don't forget to thank Andrew Jackson the next time you hold a $20 bill.



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