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Cherokee Phoenix

Cherokee Phoenix is a newspaper published by members of the Cherokee Nation.

Publication History

The Cherokee Phoenix began publication in Georgia in 1828, and was the first American Indian newspaper published in the United States, publishing both English and Cherokee language articles. In 1829, it was renamed "Cherokee Phoenix and Indians' Advocate". The newspaper ceased publication in 1834, a few years before the Cherokees were forcibly relocated to what is now Oklahoma. A revived Cherokee Phoenix is published today in Oklahoma.

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