Cherokee White Settlers Essay

As the White settlement expand west, the Cherokees were threatened that their land will 8be taken away from them. To the Cherokees, the land has been passed down from their forefathers. If Cherokees leave their territory it would means that they would have to get use to a new environment, and leave where their ancestors have lived there for years since anyone can remember. However, if they stay and resist, they might be forced to follow the rules of the white or being forced out of their home. The path that offer a better survival chance is to move. To move voluntarily, the Cherokees can have a better moving condition if they prepare their own supplies, it would greatly reduce the number of deaths. The Cherokees can settle somewhere else and adopt in the new environment and start a new life.
In the early 1800s, the Cherokees start to learn the white culture, but the white settlers grew eager for their land and their resources that is available on the only left land of the Cherokees. Even though the white had promise the Cherokees to protect their land and their nation, but they had broken their promise for dozen of times. Adopting the White culture didn’t help the Cherokee to…

However, another possibility of not moving is that the Cherokees might be forced to follow to rules of the White. According to “ Boudinot Pamphlet, ” it state that “ Here they will be ruled by laws that they did not help make and which they do not understand.” In this quote, they referred to the Cherokee people. This quote shows that in the middle of the white population, the Cherokees might be forced to follow the laws that doesn’t provide them the best benefit for them. However, if the Cherokees move, they can live with their own laws and stay how the way they…