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for The State Vol. 6 Issue 13, Aug 1938
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Four days a year had to be spent in helping improve the roads, and if he refused to do so, he either had to go to jail of else pay out the sum of four dollars.
He was a great Cherokee chief, and refused to obey the mandates of the white people to leave Western North Carolina. It was only to save his own tribe that he finally surrendered.
Three hundred civilian observers will relay information of local enemy movement to Fort Bragg during extensive military operations which will take place this fall (1938).