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S: BY ALESSANDRO CHIASTRA

BC: Want to explore the world of the Cherokee Native Peoples? Than open up this wonderfull book! It provides tons of facts and is a great study book! It is really a report for 3rd grade GT by myself for extra credit and a party. I only had three days to work on this. If something does not make sense please excuse me because my mixbook crashed with Alessandro's Mix book.

FC: Cherokee Native Peoples

1: Cherokee Native Peoples By Maddie Sanchez

2: People When a man wished to be a hunter, he had to talk to a priest. They had a ceremony that was repeated every month. When all of the ceremonies were done they had to go to a sweating tent. After they were gasping for water, they immersed themselves in icy water. Then they were able to marry.

3: Girls learned to craft pottery bowls and weave baskets, they collected nuts and berries in the summer, and learned to cook in the winter. Boys were taught how to mend moccasins and how to use weapons. Women taught girls their early skills and made homes and blankets, cooked the food for the tribe and made baskets and bowls.

4: Homes The Cherokee people had dome houses, they were called Asi witch means Dome. Their houses have a hole above a fire pit to let out the smoke and usually they are in a community.

5: First Gold Rush In New Echota, Gorgia a Cherokee was digging. She hit something hard, Gold, It was gold. She kept it in a safe place but soon, someone found out about it. It was the first gold rush. The Cherokee were banned from Gorgia and that began the trail of tears.

6: The Trail Of Tears When the trail of tears started it was winter. food was scarce, they had no warm clothing and they couldn't farm. The Cherokee traveled overland into Indian territory. On their way to get with the rest of the tribe, (They were in fort Gibson) they walked trough Nashville, Tennesse and up to Hopskinville, Kentucky. They crossed the southern

7: part of Illinois and into Missouri, they stopped in fort Smith Arkansas. Soon they reached fort Gibson (where the rest of the tribe was held) in Indian territory. More than `17,000 began the march, 4,000 died. That is why the route they took is called the trail of tears.

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