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who were the cherokee indians ancestors? how did they meet the basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing? in other words, what were their economic system like?

what were their values and beliefs and how were the roles of the men and woman in their society different?

what were some of the tools, utensils, or other artifacts the people made and used?

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