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trail of tears-Choctaw,Cherokee,Creek,Seminole,Chickasaw. Many died, including 60,000 of the 130,000 relocated Cherokee, intermarried and accompanying European-Americans, and the 2,000 African-American free blacks and slaves owned by the Cherokee they took with them.[2][3] European Americans and African American freedmen and slaves also participated in the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek and Seminole forced relocations.

trail of tears-Choctaw,Cherokee,Creek,Seminole,Chickasaw. Many died, including 60,000 of the 130,000 relocated Cherokee, intermarried and accompanying European-Americans, and the 2,000 African-American free blacks and slaves owned by the Cherokee they took with them.[2][3] European Americans and African American freedmen and slaves also participated in the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek and Seminole forced relocations.

The Official Base Roll of the Eastern band of Cherokee Indians

The Official Base Roll of the Eastern band of Cherokee Indians

Wa-kee (aka Rebecca Tickaneesky, aka Rebecca-Smith-Neugin) - Cherokee - before 1932 {Note: Rebecca's father was known as Big Tickaneesky, but was also said to use the last name of Ketcher. Rebecca first married John Smith, and later re-married Bark Neugin (aka Bark Nugen). She can be found on some Census lists as Becca Nugen or Becky Nugen. When she died in Hulbert, Oklahoma in 1932, it was said that she was one of the last remaining survivors of the Trail of Tears.}

Wa-kee (aka Rebecca Tickaneesky, aka Rebecca-Smith-Neugin) - Cherokee - before 1932 {Note: Rebecca's father was known as Big Tickaneesky, but was also said to use the last name of Ketcher. Rebecca first married John Smith, and later re-married Bark Neugin (aka Bark Nugen). She can be found on some Census lists as Becca Nugen or Becky Nugen. When she died in Hulbert, Oklahoma in 1932, it was said that she was one of the last remaining survivors of the Trail of Tears.}

Maude Sixkiller - Cherokee - 1886

Maude Sixkiller - Cherokee - 1886

Cherokee Indians - Cherokee is part of my heritage, but all Native American's are a beautiful (original) part of this country.

Cherokee Indians - Cherokee is part of my heritage, but all Native American's are a beautiful (original) part of this country.

10 Important Facts About the Cherokee Tribe thumbnail

10 Important Facts About the Cherokee Tribe

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Cherokee Basket Weaver

Cherokee Basket Weaver

Cherokee Indian Junaluska, credited with saving Andrew Jackson's life, then sent on the Trail of Tears 25 years later.

Cherokee Indian Junaluska, credited with saving Andrew Jackson's life, then sent on the Trail of Tears 25 years later.

Nanyehi (Cherokee: ᎾᏅᏰᎯ: “One who goes about”), AKA Nancy Ward (ca. 1738–1822 or 1824) was a Beloved Woman of the Cherokee Nation, which means that she was allowed to sit in councils & to make decisions, along with the chiefs and other Beloved Women

Nanyehi (Cherokee: ᎾᏅᏰᎯ: “One who goes about”), AKA Nancy Ward (ca. 1738–1822 or 1824) was a Beloved Woman of the Cherokee Nation, which means that she was allowed to sit in councils & to make decisions, along with the chiefs and other Beloved Women

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