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Tag: Cherokee

  • This Week in Princeton History for October 24-30

    This Week in Princeton History for October 24-30

    In this week’s installment of our recurring series, Cherokee students draw attention, answering machines are becoming popular, and more. October 25, 1838—A letter to the editor of the New York Commercial Advertiser praises the Cherokee Nation’s Ross brothers (John McDonald Ross, Class of 1841; William Potter Ross, Class of 1842; and Robert Daniel Ross, Class…