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Topic: How had the Cherokees Adopted to the Contact with Europeans and Americans?
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This third episode opens on May 26, 1838, when federal troops forced thousands of Cherokee from their homes in the southeastern United States, driving them toward Indian Territory in Oklahoma. More than 4,000 died of disease and starvation along the way. For years the tribe had resisted removal from their land. Cherokee leaders had established a republic with a European-style legislature and legal system. Their visionary principal chief, John Ross, would even take the Cherokee case to the Supreme Court, where he won crucial recognition of tribal sovereignty that still resonates. In the end, however, their landmark legal victory proved no match for white land hunger and military power. Distributed by PBS Distribution. Part of the series We Shall Remain: America Through Native Eyes. (60 minutes) Distributed by PBS Distribution.
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When gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill, California, in 1848, some 300,000 people from the rest of the United States and abroad flooded the region to try to strike it rich. Using re-creations, archival photos, and interviews with noted historians, this program examines the quest for wealth as well as the far-reaching impact the Gold Rush had on the nation’s economic, geographic, and psychic landscape. Distributed by A&E Television Networks. A part of the series 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America. (45 minutes) Distributed by A&E Television Networks.
Name: Instructor: Institution: Date: History The Cherokees welcomed the Europeans into their land quite warmly and even taught them their way of life. They also adopted some of the practices of the Europeans as well, and the process was to some extent, mutual assimilation. However, by being so welcoming to the visitors