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Cherokee: Home

Guide to resources for the study of the Cherokee. Resources created after the mid-19th century are limited to the Eastern Band of the Cherokee in North Carolina.

Cherokee

1909 Panoramic Photograph
"On the Indian Reservation, Cherokee, N.C."
American Memory, Library of Congress

 

Definition of the Cherokee

From the American Heritage Dictionary online:

A Native American people formerly inhabiting the southern Appalachian Mountains from the western Carolinas and eastern Tennessee to northern Georgia, with present-day populations in northeast Oklahoma and western North Carolina.

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