They called him ‘Skyagunsta’

The Cherokee were primarily farmers, hunters and traders. They provided the English settlers with deerskins and, in return, they received tools and axes.

The Cherokee developed an extensive trade network that stretched from backcountry South Carolina to the ports in Charleston. But the younger generation grew concerned when the settlers began moving onto their lands and watched in dismay as tribal elders traded away their

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