The story goes on to marvel that “15 percent of the cherokees built at the Ohio plant” are “destined for international markets.”
"You feel the fate of John Ross and the cherokees," author Hampton Sides wrote of Hicks' "probing, eloquent" history.
The unhappy dissensions which have existed among the cherokees for many years past have been healed.
The half-breeds among the cherokees were very shrewd and unscrupulous.
There never a time when the “loyal” cherokees had not the power to destroy the Southern ones.
That the cherokees never resided, nor hunted in that country, and have not any kind of right to it.
The same is true of the cherokees, who were allied to the Iroquois in race and language.
It is said that he passed a considerable period among the cherokees.
cherokees to give notice of any designs formed by other tribes against the peace, trade, or interests of the United States.
For this additional consideration the cherokees release all right to the ceded land, forever.
1670s, from Cherokee Tsaragi.
A Native American tribe who lived in the Southeast in the early nineteenth century; the Cherokees were known as one of the “civilized tribes” because they built schools and published a newspaper. In the 1830s, the United States government forcibly removed most of the tribe to reservations west of the Mississippi River. (See Trail of Tears.)