Assignment 3 - Journal Entry of a Subordinate group Member

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Running head: ASSIGNMENT 3 - JOURNAL ENTRY OF A SUBORDINATE GROUP 1 Assignment 3 - Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member Lori Babler ETH125 January 9, 2011 Catherine Spyridakis
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ASSIGNMENT 3 - JOURNAL ENTRY OF A SUBORDINATE GROUP 2 Assignment 3 - Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member I am a Native American Cherokee Indian. The Cherokee Indian Tribe is a powerful detached tribe of the Iroquoian family (Hodge, 1906). The name “Cherokee” is said to mean “people of a different speech” (Hodge, 1906) and most of the tribe refers to themselves as “the Real People” Our tribe was first encountered during the De Soto Expedition in 1540 and we are the fifth largest Native American Tribe to migrate throughout the United States. It was not always a large tribe. Shortly after the first encounter, European epidemics introduced to the US by the same expedition is said to have killed 75% of my original native tribe and shortly thereafter smallpox cut the tribes population 50% more (Sultzman, 1996). Our tribe was discovered in the Great Smokey Mountains and our villages spanned over 8 states. It was soon discovered that we were a peaceful and unified nation mostly made up of farmers and hunters. (Unknown, 2003). My tribe suffered much since its first encounter with the De Soto Expedition.
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