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How did the 1839 Act of Union affect the Cherokee?
A.
It gave the Cherokee their own lands for the first time.
B.
It forced the Cherokee to merge with the Creek.
C.
It joined the Eastern and Western Cherokee into one tribe.
D.
It banned slavery in Cherokee territory.

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