Nearly 200 years ago, the Cherokee Nation signed a treaty with the United States. The result? They were forcibly removed from the Southeastern part of the U.S. to Oklahoma. As compensation, the Cherokees would be allowed to appoint a member to Congress. They recently chose Kimberly Teehee.
Kimberly Teehee becomes first Cherokee delegate to Congress
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