This is a map of where the Cherokee land is today. These are the places where Cherokee people still exist and thrive.

This is a map of where the Cherokee land is today. These are the places where Cherokee people still exist and thrive.

Ancient scripts. Cherokee. The Cherokee syllabary was invented by a member of the Cherokee nation named Sequoya around 1821. Sequoyah simply took the shape of some English letters and assigned new syllabic values to them. The other signs do not resemble any English letter, and therefore were likely invented by Sequoya. Location: Americas > North America. Time:1821 CE to Present. Direction: Left to Right.

Ancient scripts. Cherokee. The Cherokee syllabary was invented by a member of the Cherokee nation named Sequoya around 1821. Sequoyah simply took the shape of some English letters and assigned new syllabic values to them. The other signs do not resemble any English letter, and therefore were likely invented by Sequoya. Location: Americas > North America. Time:1821 CE to Present. Direction: Left to Right.

Chickasaw Indians Clothing | Deep South USA: Tracing the fall and rise of the Cherokee in Tennessee ...

Trail Of Tears: Tracing the fall and rise of the Cherokee Indians in Tennessee

Chickasaw Indians Clothing | Deep South USA: Tracing the fall and rise of the Cherokee in Tennessee ...

Black Indians. Native Americans in the Five Civilized Tribes sometimes owned African slaves. The Cherokee freed their slaves in 1866 and gave them full tribal citizenship. These former slaves were called tribal Freedmen.

Black Indians. Native Americans in the Five Civilized Tribes sometimes owned African slaves. The Cherokee freed their slaves in 1866 and gave them full tribal citizenship. These former slaves were called tribal Freedmen.

The Trail of Tears and the Forced Relocation of the Cherokee Nation  -  this is good for the soul to always remember that all lives have value and  each MUST be treated with godly love.

The Trail of Tears and the Forced Relocation of the Cherokee Nation - this is good for the soul to always remember that all lives have value and each MUST be treated with godly love.

The Seminole Nation was only partially removed, but split into two groups - one Tribe and one Nation with equal status.

Downsizing Cherokee Nation - 500 Years Of Politics

The Seminole Nation was only partially removed, but split into two groups - one Tribe and one Nation with equal status.

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