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Old 03-12-2008, 03:10 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Blackbear View Post
Wouldn't their ceremonial grounds actually be old Osage and Otoe ceremonial grounds? Or at the very least their old stomping grounds? Not sure them old ones would care much for having Cherokee ancestors floating lost among them ...lol
It is possible although they would be very very old
These people dont even pay attention to History books!!!

In the early part of the 1800's many different Cherokee groups mainly full bloods that were tired of the politics going on in NC and GA decided to move west to find more open land
So they moved, we are talking more than a 1000 but the numbers were never determined. They settled in what is now Northwest Arkansas and Southwestern Missouri
They had several conflicts with the Osage in the area and pushed them farther west
Finally in 1818 the US Gov stepped in and said enough! a peace treaty was signed between the Osage and "western" Cherokees. They lived in the area peacefully until Ark and Missouri were formed into Territories and they Signed another peace treaty to move into Indian Territory by 1828
IN 1838 the "eastern" Cherokees were moved to join them
Which is called the Trail of Tears
Now these dingalings say that they escaped the prison camps and hid out in Ark and Missouri
In 1851 a Roll was made of the Old Settlers this is the group that had originally settled in the region long before the trail of tears.
There is no lost Tribe or groups that hid out because they moved to Indian Territory
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