SOURCE: Time Magazine
How a Court Answered a Forgotten Question of Slavery’s Legacy
by Arica L. Coleman
The question was whether black slaves held by the Cherokee are entitled to the rights of the Cherokee. The answer is yes.
SOURCE: Compton Herald
Cherokee group retraces ‘Trail of Tears’
On Sunday, 17 bicycle riders gathered around the monument at New Echota south of Resaca and began retracing the route their ancestors were forced to make in the summer of 1838.
Do You Have a Cherokee in Your Family Tree?
by Gregory D. Smithers
A lot of people claim they do. But do they?
What Led this Historian to Write a Novel About Indians and Slavery?
by Tiya Miles
It was the extraordinary opportunity to explore the emotional lives of the people she’d been studying.
Leave Jackson on one side of the $20 bill and put his nemesis, Cherokee leader John Ross, on the other
by Steve Inskeep
And that’s just the start. Let’s put Frederick Douglass on the other side of the Lincoln $5 bill.
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