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This structure was built in the late 1700's or early 1800's. Oral history says this house was built by the Cherokee chief Doublehead, who died in 1807.

This structure was built in the late 1700's or early 1800's. Oral history says this house was built by the Cherokee chief Doublehead, who died in 1807.

John Ross Cherokee | ... Tsanusdi or Guwisguwi (aka John Ross or Little John) - Cherokee - 1835

John Ross Cherokee | ... Tsanusdi or Guwisguwi (aka John Ross or Little John) - Cherokee - 1835

Mapping The Forced Removal Of Native Americans -- this is crushing

Mapping The Forced Removal Of Native Americans

Ned Christie....Christie was born at Wauhillau, Going Snake District, Cherokee Nation, in the present-day state of Oklahoma. He was the son of the Removal Era, Trail of Tears, survivors, Watt and Lydia (Thrower) Christie. They were of the Keetowah band, the most traditional of Cherokee peoples. As a child and young man, Christie was a marble champion, stick ball player and popular fiddle player.

Ned Christie....Christie was born at Wauhillau, Going Snake District, Cherokee Nation, in the present-day state of Oklahoma. He was the son of the Removal Era, Trail of Tears, survivors, Watt and Lydia (Thrower) Christie. They were of the Keetowah band, the most traditional of Cherokee peoples. As a child and young man, Christie was a marble champion, stick ball player and popular fiddle player.

Cherokee outlaw, Ned Christie propped up on a slab for this photograph in Fort Smith, Arkansas after finally being captured dead or alive by one of Judge Parker's posses. *s

Cherokee outlaw, Ned Christie propped up on a slab for this photograph in Fort Smith, Arkansas after finally being captured dead or alive by one of Judge Parker's posses. *s

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