Asked in Native American History, Cherokee Indians
When did the Cherokee tribe disappear and why?
The Cherokee people have not disappeared. There are those that might think that the tribe has disappeared because of assimilation but the Cherokee are still a sovereign nation and can have strong representation in Oklahoma and North Carolina. The Cherokee are one of the most numerous native american peoples in North America. There are three federally recognized cherokee tribes, the Cherokee Nation and the United Keetoowah Band in Oklahoma, and the Eastern Cherokee in North Carolina. There are also over 300 unrecognized Cherokee tribes...
Asked in Cherokee Indians
What country did the Cherokee Indians migrate from?
They migrated from their ancestral lands, that we now call Cherokee Nation. It was located in the southeastern U.S.(in what is now the Carolinas) for hundreds of years, prior to the arrival of European people. Answer 2 The Cherokee established their home in the mountains of North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina. Most of the tribe was relocated to the Indian Nations in Oklahoma, where they reside today. This band is known as the Cherokee Nation. The Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation are...
Asked in War and Military History, Germany in WW2
Which nation has killed the most people in the 20th century?
The United States of America with or without the help of their European friends... ...
What is Cherokee?
The Cherokee are an American Indian Nation, that wasoriginally from what is now much of the southeastern United States, Cherokee lands used to be almost all of Tennessee, much of North Carolina, and also spread through Virgina, Georgia, Kentucky, West Virginia, Alabama and South Carolina. Cherokee had a unique culture, and are the largest Indian Nation today. The Cherokee traditional Religion has been said to be the most like the Abrahamic Religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) out of all other religions known....
In what US state was the Cherokee nation located?
Most of the Cherokee Native American nation was in Georgia in the early part of the 19th century. They assimilated into US culture and Christianity. Sadly, President Andrew Jackson, ignored the US Supreme Court and arranged for their long march into the Oklahoma Territory. This caused many deaths and is known as the "Trail of Tears". ...
Asked in Texas Rangers, Texas, Cherokee Indians
Was there a Cherokee tribe in Texas?
Yes there was a band of Cherokee in Texas, when they refused to leave without gathering their crops the Texas Rangers and local citizens burned their crops and killed most of them (The Texas Rangers used a 'scorched earth' policy with indians). ...
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Allied Powers
What allied nation suffered the most casualties in World War 2?
It was china with 1.3 killed. -China was not an Allied nation. A. Great Britain B. France C. United States D. Soviet Union ...
Asked in Cherokee Indians
What happened to the Cherokee Indians?
they diedPerhaps the most infamous thing that happened to the People was known as the Trail of Tears. They were forced out of their homes inthe Eastern US, and made to walk to a reservation in Oklahoma. About 1/3 of all the Cherokee people in the world died on that movement. Some of the People were able to avoid being made to move- today the Cherokee Nation is divided, with People in the East and West....
What were the circumstances of Cherokee Nation v Georgia?
The Europeans (of Georgia and the Federal government) wanted to annex Cherokee ancestral land, but the Cherokee were very connected to their land in north-western Georgia and didn't want to move. When they were told they had to leave, the Cherokee filed suit to prevent their removal. Because the Cherokee are a separate nation, only the president and federal government were allowed to deal with the case. The suit went before Chief Justice John Marshall and the US Supreme Court, who believed the...
Asked in Trail of Tears
What happened after because of the Trail of Tears?
Most Cherokee no longer trusted the white man, white government (The USA or its Citizens), some Cherokee lead war parties against any US Citizen they could find. Also, the tribe was split in two...the faction that agreed or was forced to move to new lands outside the then boundaries of the United States (most of the Cherokees), and the faction that refused to go and fled to the mountains to hide and escape the forced relocation. In addition, the Cherokee leaders who were...
Asked in US Presidents, Andrew Jackson
What problems did the nation face while Jackson was President?
Many but in my opinion the most distressing thing in Andrew Jackson's Presidency was his refusal to uphold and enforce a decision by the US Supreme Court. His complete disregard of the Court's decision granting the Cherokee tribe sovereignty and then allowing the Cherokee Nation to be forcibly removed and set upon the Trail of Tears is one of the most undemocratic, unethical, and inhumane things that has threatened the very existence of our Country. Never before or since has our system...