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Review of ‘Toward the Setting Sun’

In the first decades of the 19th century, the Cherokees did everything possible to adapt to the white settler culture that was encroaching on their homeland. They established farms, cooperated with missionaries, developed a written language, elected a government. When they were threatened, they lobbied Congress and won a Supreme Court case.

It made no…

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