Cherokee Tribe comparison between neighboring tribes

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This document is a brief comparison of the Cherokee tribe with it's neighboring tribes. The following are considered: geographical location, marriage customs, beliefs, after life, and small portions of male headgear.

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The Cherokee nation was one of the tribes that were not forced off their land during the trial of tears (most of their neighbors were). In fact, the Cherokee nation purchased 57,000 acres that would be used as their geographical location. As most other tribes, the Cherokee tribe was considered matr

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