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During the early 1800's, most Cherokee families made their living by farming.  The average farmstead included fruit trees and a garden near the house and a large corn field in a nearby river bottom.  Hogs and cattle were allowed to roam freely, so each garden and corn field had to be fenced.
During the early 1800's, most Cherokee families made their living by farming. The average farmstead included fruit trees and a garden near the house and a large corn field in a nearby river bottom. Hogs and cattle were allowed to roam freely, so each garden and corn field had to be fenced.
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