"Cherokee men traded tens of deerskins with the European to get a musket--and that doesn't include the gunpowder--only to realize that one gunshot could only kill one deer and made ten others run away ... they ended up turning their guns into handles for their hatchets," Brad Wagnon at Cherokee Heritage Center, Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
“Cherokee men traded tens of deerskins with the European to get a musket–and that doesn’t include the gunpowder–only to realize that one gunshot could only kill one deer and made ten others run away … they ended up turning their guns into handles for their hatchets,” Brad Wagnon at Cherokee Heritage Center, Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

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