Cherokee Voices - Early Accounts of Cherokee Life in the East

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From the time they established formal ties with Great Britain in 1730, the Cherokees had a rocky relationship with white settlers. They found grounds for dispute over trade practices, territorial control, and the complicated loyalties among the various Indian tribes and European powers. Over the years, the Cherokees struggled to maintain their ancient traditions as the tribe was assimilated into the white man's culture. Cherokee Voices uses the participants' own words to tell the story of early Cherokee life.
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Author(s) Vicki Rozema
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