Cherokee

Introduction

CherokeeThe Cherokee (who refer to themselves as Tsalagi or Aniyvwiya’i) historically settled in the Southeastern United States. There are three federally recognized Cherokee tribes: the Cherokee Nation and the Keetoowah Band in Oklahoma and the Eastern Band of Cherokees in North Carolina. You can learn more about the Cherokee People at Peoples of the World

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