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About 4,000 of the more than 15,000 Tsalagi (Cherokee) who made the journey died of disease and exposure.

In Indian Territory, they joined the CHICKASAW, CHOCTAW, CREEK, and SEMINOLE to form the so-called FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES.

We cannot expect to do this without serious losses and many privations, but we possess the spirit of our fathers, and are resolved never to be enslaved by an inferior race, and trodden under the feet of an ignorant and insolent foe, we, the Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws, Seminoles, and Tsalagi (Cherokees), never can be conquered..." Confederate General Stand Waitie, Tsalagi (Cherokee) Ball Game of the Birds and the Animals Bear Man First Fire Hero with the Horned Snakes Hunter and the Dakwa Origin of Bears Origin of Game and of Corn Origin of Medicine Return of Ice Man Where Eagles Fly Why the Opussum's Tail Is Bare All about the Cherokee Font Cherokee Art Gallery Cherokee Heritage Center Cherokee History Cherokee Indian Reservation Cherokee Language Cherokee Language lessons Cherokee Moons George Catlin: Natives' portraits History of the Cherokee Indians More about Cherokee language Official Web Site of the Cherokee Nation Other Cherokee History Resources on the Web Raven's Tsalagi Site (Frame Format) Raven's Tsalagi Site (Non-Frame Format) Paint a Tsalagi (Cherokee) Dream With Me Tsalagi Myths and Legends United Keetoowah Band of Tsalagi (Cherokee) The Tsalagi (Cherokee) are a nation of North American Indians that formerly inhabited the mountainous region of the western Carolinas, northern Georgia, and eastern Tennessee.

During part or all of the low water period, there was an apparent migration of humans across a then present land bridge.

The vast majority of the Tsalagi (Cherokee) Nation repudiated this document, but under Gen.

Winfield SCOTT, most remaining Tsalagi (Cherokee) were driven from their land and forcibly marched to Arkansas and Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) in 1838-39.

This font represents the 85 character syllabary of the Tsalagi (Cherokee) standard written language.

Its value is that it teaches us what humans have done and thus what humans are.