The Golden Years
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"The Golden Years" were a time between the end of Indian removals and the American civil war. This period meant that there were no American settlers on Indian soill,
...they recovered from the many deaths and the famish the Trail of Tears brought,
... created their own individual constitutions(that greatly resembled the U.S constitution and even had their own interpretation of our judicial, executive, and legislative branch and a bill of rights),
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....they rebuilt their education system with the creation of many schools that taught arithmetic, home chores(female), farming(males), and offered vocational training.
The schools were funded my missions and staffed by missions, but the Cherokee nation funded most of their schools themselves.
"The Golden Years" were the years where the natives were plagued with normal struggles and no political challenges. They thrived during this brief time period.
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