Trail-Tears

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Trail of Tears Grade 4 Social Studies Online
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Blueprint Skill:   Era 4 -  Expansion and Reform (1801- 1861)  Read and interpret a passage about the  Trail of Tears.
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Cherokee culture… Before contact, Cherokee culture had  developed and thrived for almost 1,000  years in the southeastern United  States--the lower Appalachian states of  Georgia, Tennessee, North and South  Carolina, and parts of Kentucky and  Alabama. 
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Background information Since first contact with European  explorers in the 1500s, the Cherokee  Nation had been recognized as one of  the most progressive among American  Indian tribes. 
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Cherokee life until 1710… Life of the traditional  Cherokee remained  unchanged as late  as 1710, which is  marked as the  beginning of  Cherokee trade with  the whites. 
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Frontier contact… The period of frontier contact from  1540-1786, was marked by white  expansion and the cession of Cherokee  lands to the colonies in exchange for  trade goods 
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Cherokee interaction… After contact, the Cherokees acquired  many aspects of the white neighbors  with whom many had intermarried.  Soon they had shaped a government  and a society that matched the most  "civilized" of the time. 
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Sequoyah Cherokee culture  continued to flourish  with the invention of  the Cherokee  alphabet by  Sequoyah in 1821. 
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Cherokee migration… Migration from the original Cherokee  Nation began in the early 1800s as  Cherokees wary of white encroachment  moved west 
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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