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Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

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This is the seal of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians who didn't go to Oklahoma during the Trail of Tears which happened from 1836-1839.


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  • willr.28994
    That is not the seal of the Eastern Band this is! You have been misinformed.
    LikeReply10 months ago
    • acronimous
      Thanks for letting us know -- this is now updated.
      LikeReply10 months ago


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