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  1. Michael W. Painter, M.D. About Michael W. Painter, M.D. Michael Painter is both a physician and a lawyer, and a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Dr. ...
  2. Timeline / Reshaping America / 1812: Cherokee and Choctow hope for long-term U.S. alliance 1812: Cherokee and Choctow hope for long-term U.S. alliance As the U.S. ...
  3. Timeline / Reshaping America / 1813: U.S. expansion divides tribes, leads to Creek Civil War 1813: U.S. expansion divides tribes, leads to Creek Civil War Florida ...
  4. Timeline / Reshaping America / 1817: U.S. frontier advances, pushing Native peoples westward 1817: U.S. frontier advances, pushing Native peoples westward All along ...
  5. Timeline / Reshaping America / 1821: Sequoyah’s syllabary makes written Cherokee possible 1821: Sequoyah’s syllabary makes written Cherokee possible Sequoyah, a Cherokee ...
  6. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1830: President Jackson authorizes Native peoples’ removal from Georgia 1830: President Jackson authorizes Native ...
  7. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1831: Supreme Court rules Indian nations not subject to state law 1831: Supreme Court rules Indian nations not subject ...
  8. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1832: Supreme Court rules U.S. must treat tribes as nations 1832: Supreme Court rules U.S. must treat tribes as ...
  9. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1838: Cherokee die on Trail of Tears 1838: Cherokee die on Trail of Tears The U.S. Department of War forcibly removes ...
  10. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1865: Civil War general Stand Watie, Cherokee, surrenders last 1865: Civil War general Stand Watie, Cherokee, surrenders ...
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