Jul 162015
Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

The year 1828 was a major turning point for the Cherokee people and the preservation of Cherokee culture.  It was the year that Andrew Jackson was elected president of the United States.  President George Washington had initiated an almost forty year era of peace between the United States and the Cherokee Nation.  In that short time, the Cherokee people had generally adopted the acculturation programs of Washington and had moved rapidly toward adopting the Euro-American way of life. 

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