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Cherokee County was organized on August 3, 1866, by John Rogers, David M. Harlan, Richard Fields, George Fields, and Dennis Wolf. It is named for the Cherokee Indian tribe, who by a treaty signed in 1835 held the "Cherokee Neutral Lands," a strip 50 miles north to south and 25 miles across.
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