The Cherokee don’t believe in signatures.
Who can blame them?
In 1763, the British signed a proclamation preventing white colonization west of the Appalachian divide.
It happened anyway.
In 1785, the United States government signed the Treaty of Hopewell, ensuring that no more U.S. citizens would settle on Cherokee land.
They did it anyway.
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