Who was Removed from the East Coast to the West of the Mississippi?
Indian comes from the word indigenous; meaning the Indians were natural to the land.
Here is a cave with a winter solstice alignment in Kentucky. Noah and his descendants did celebrate this event per the book of Jubilees chapter 5.
A picture of Cherokee Princess Elizabeth Tucker was published in the newspaper in 1916.
Here is an 1916 picture of Cherokee Princess Kellogg published in the news paper.
This white paper titled ‘PaleoAmerican Ethnic Diversity’ by Billy Roper reflects that there was many white Indians living in America before the 13 colonies were established.
Who Profited from the Cherokee Removal?
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Mr. Biddle repelled the accusation with some warmth, and denied that he was in the habit of cherishing hatred to any. He denounced the charge as false. On this, Mr. Downing sprang from his seat, and advancing towards Mr. B in a menacing attitude, demanded whether he charged him with falsehood?
Mr. Biddle, with perfect composure, repeated his denial, and said the imputation of the member was false. He appealed to all who knew him to say whether he was what he had represented, and defied the delegate from Florida to adduce a single insurance of what he had alleged.
The dark skinned people today calling themselves Cherokees are impostors.
1838 Newspaper article regarding the native Indians being 'lost Israel' and how they celebrated the feast days, see column 3 here.