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“If you can, even on paper, reverse that process so that you make it clear that there was a Cherokee landscape here, it gives Cherokee people a conceptual ownership that in many cases they are currently lacking.” “We didn’t come into a blank howling wilderness,” he adds.

“We took over this place.” * * * n May 28, 1830 the United States congress passed the Indian Removal Act.

Those who benefit most from Marshall’s efforts are modern Cherokees.

Some left willingly, but the Cherokee Nation – a collection of affiliated communities extending from Kentucky to Alabama – resisted.I was always the Indians, I know that.” Marshall’s project, a largely independent venture, has taken up nearly a decade of his life. He has braved wasps, mosquitoes, ticks, chest-high nettles, rainstorms, hypothermia.Much of the routes are so steep that early Europeans avoided them.Conflict had existed for over a century between the Americans and the Cherokees and by now the federal government had grown strong enough to simply take them away.The eventual expulsion, which lasted from 1838-39, resulted in the death of over 4,000 Cherokees.

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