The Cherokee Indians

The Cherokee Indians - ending up on the Trail of Tears? A:...

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The Cherokee Indians By: Ethan, Brandon, Liane, Raven, and Katharyn
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The rules of Cherokee “Jeopardy” are simply this. 1. If you have answered a question, you can not answer again until everyone has attempted to answer a question. 2. If you have answered a question, you may write down what you think. 3. We will not tolerate PICK ME, PICK ME! While people are raising their hands quietly and waiting.
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What kind of homes did the Cherokee Indians live in, and what were they made out of?
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Q: What kinds of homes did the Cherokee Indians live in and what were they made out of? A: The Cherokee Indians lived in homes called mud-houses. They were made out of mainly mud.
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About how many Cherokee stayed in Georgia, rather than moving to Oklahoma, ending up on the Trail of Tears?
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Q: About how many Cherokee stayed in Georgia, rather than moving to Oklahoma,
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Unformatted text preview: ending up on the Trail of Tears? A: About 15,000 Cherokee stayed, then moved. What did Sequoyahs name mean in Cherokee? Q: What did Sequoyahs name mean in Cherokee? A: Sequoyah means Pig Foot which means he was probably a disabled person . Before contact with the Europeans, what did the Cherokee call their land? Q: Before contact with the Europeans, what did the Cherokee call their land? A: The Cherokee called their land, Land of the Blue Mist. Who is this man? Q: Who is this man? A: This man is named Saquoyah. *Ethan*my great-great- grandmother was a Cherokee and she was traded for horses. *Brandon*My great-uncle is the senator *Katharyn*on the Trail of Tears, , or 4,000 people died *Raven*I like Sequoyahs name (pig-foot) *Liane*the Cherokee called themselves ani-Yunwiya...
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