From the time they established formal ties with Great Britain in 1730, the Cherokees had a rocky relationship with whites. 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.sellin his horse for Whiskeyathe Cherokee consented and rode the horse the Creek followed on behin on foot and when ... J. MEIGS To JUDGE MCNAIRY South West Point lst Jany 1802 Sira I have been informed that a Cherokee Indian has ... from a Citizen of CumberlandaI do not wish to extenuate the Crime if it is possible to get over this affair with out great rigor. ... What he will say about paying Money for the Horse, I dona#39;t know, but will speak to him upon sight, he is well aware, anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||John F. Blair, Publisher - 2002|