Tuesday, September 21, 2004

This months's National Geographic includes an article and one of their great maps. From the latter I was pleasantly surprised to discover that in our great state of Georgia, we have two state-recognized Cherokee communities and a Tama reservation. Now, before I head out to do much delayed and overdue paperwork for my ESL class, I'll peruse the Eastern Cherokee site which is situated in the Georgia Appalachian hill country.

Are the Tama related to the Sauk and Fox of Iowa's Tama county?


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