The aboriginal homeland of the Cherokee is, today, the southern Appalachians of North America. Western North Carolina was the heart of their homeland, but the Cherokee also lived in South Carolina, northern Georgia, northeast Alabama, and eastern Tennessee. In 1838-39, the Cherokee were removed to Indian Territory (Oklahoma). The journey from their homelands to Indian Territory is referred to as the "Trail of Tears" (Perdue, 1989). Today, Cherokees live mainly in Oklahoma (Western Band) and North Carolina (Eastern Band).

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