Presentation on theme: "The Cherokee Indians By: Ethan, Brandon, Liane, Raven, and Katharyn."— Presentation transcript:
The Cherokee Indians By: Ethan, Brandon, Liane, Raven, and Katharyn
The rules of Cherokee “Jeopardy” are simply this. 1. If you have answered a question, you can not answer again until everyone has attempted to answer a question. 2. If you have answered a question, you may write down what you think. 3. We will not tolerate PICK ME, PICK ME! While people are raising their hands quietly and waiting.
What kind of homes did the Cherokee Indians live in, and what were they made out of?
Q: What kinds of homes did the Cherokee Indians live in and what were they made out of? A: The Cherokee Indians lived in homes called mud-houses. They were made out of mainly mud.
About how many Cherokee stayed in Georgia, rather than moving to Oklahoma, ending up on the Trail of Tears?
Q: About how many Cherokee stayed in Georgia, rather than moving to Oklahoma, ending up on the Trail of Tears? A: About 15,000 Cherokee stayed, then moved.
Q: Who is this man? A: This man is named Saquoyah.
*Ethan*my great-great- grandmother was a Cherokee and she was traded for horses. *Brandon*My great-uncle is the senator *Katharyn*on the Trail of Tears, ¼, or 4,000 people died *Raven*I like Sequoyah’s name (pig-foot) *Liane*the Cherokee called themselves ani- Yun’wiya
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