The Cherokee Culture Cause and Effect Essay by Write Fine

The Cherokee Culture
An examination of the impact of intolerance of tribal religion on the Cherokee over the last 150 years.
# 112465 | 1,148 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2009 | US

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The paper overviews the Cherokee tribe and shows how religious intolerance has virtually destroyed the cultural foundations of the culture. The paper explains the two points of view with regard to the causes of this situation and believes that both these points of view have to be taken into account to understand how various influences led to the decline of the Cherokee culture.

Introduction and Background
Religious Aspects and Intolerance

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Cherokee. May 11, 2008.<>
  • Cherokee Religion. May 11, 2008. <>
  • Filler, Louis, and Allen Guttmann, eds. The Removal of the Cherokee Nation: Manifest Destiny or National Dishonor?. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1962. Questia. 13 May 2008 <>.
  • Kreyche, Gerald F. "The Cherokee Nation A History." USA Today (Society for the Advancement of Education) May 2006: 81. Questia. 13 May 2008 <>.
  • Minges, Patrick N. Slavery in the Cherokee Nation: The Keetoowah Society and the Defining of a People, 1855-1867. New York: Routledge, 2003. Questia. 13 May 2008 <>.

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