What holidays did the Cherokee Indians celebrate?

The Cherokee had festivals, not really holidays. There were 4 basic celebrations common to all the tribes or clans, of course many tribes or clans had more, but not all of them celebrated on at those times. The basics were mid summer and mid winter, planting and harvesting.

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What was the name of the Indian chief that helped the pilgrims survive the winter?

Tisquantum, or Squanto, was not a Native American chief, but was a kidnapped Native American from England that was brought with the Pilgrims. He helped them survive the winter by teaching the Pilgrims how to farm maize the native way. He also acted as their translator to the Wampanoag.

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In what area did the Indians mostly live at?

In the US numerous native tribes lived across the entire continent. In what is called the Plateau area (Canadian border, Rocky Mountains and to the southwest) were the Paiute, Nez Percé, Spokane and the Shoshone. In the west and south west there were Hopi, Navajo, Ute, and before them Freemont a...

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Do native Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day?

Only "White-Washed" Native Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. Celebrating it would be celebrating the taking of their own land.

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