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Cherokee Women, Cherokee, NC Postcard.

Chrome Postcard Beautiful Designs Are Originated By Cherokee Women In Their Beadwork North Carolina

Pow Wow, Cherokee NC

Pow Wow, Cherokee NC

Dancer, Cherokee NC Pow Wow

Dancer, Cherokee NC Pow Wow

Pow Wow, Cherokee, NC

Pow Wow, Cherokee, NC

Indian Chiefs of Cherokee, Cherokee, North Carolina

This isn't me, but I had my picture made in Cherokee with Chief Henry in 1962 and again in

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Vacation in Cherokee, North Carolina, home of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians Reservation, Museum, Unto These Hills and Harrah's Casino.

Taken at the Museum Cherokee NC

Taken at the Museum Cherokee NC

First female Cherokee Chief Wilma Mankiller

First female Cherokee Chief Wilma Mankiller She is the chief the year I was born and she signed my cdib card:)

East Cherokee women making pottery. Photographed in North Carolina. 1888. - National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

Ewi Katalsta and her daughter making pottery on Qualla Reservation, NC - 1900

Unidentified Cherokee Woman 1888

Cherokee woman - 1888 -- Could have been my great-great-grandmother.

Sequoyah developed a written version of the Cherokee language

Sequoyah developed a written version of the Cherokee language

Michelle's Family, 1919, Amos and Martha Elliott Seated, back row: Della Pearl, William C, Mary F, Emma A, Willie E, Lilly E.  family , Hunt Texas. Cherokee mixed blood.

Michelle's Family, Amos and Martha Elliott Seated, back row: Della Pearl…

Ann Walkingstick Cherokee Indian Girl

Ann Walkingstick Cherokee Indian Girl

Cherokee Pow Wow

Cherokee Pow Wow

"Unto these Hills" (History of the Cherokee) Mountainside Theatre-  Cherokee NC

"Unto these Hills" (History of the Cherokee) Mountainside Theatre- Cherokee NC

Amanda Crowe (1928-2004) Eastern Band Cherokee woodcarver and educator

Amanda Crowe was an Eastern Band Cherokee woodcarver and educator from Cherokee, North Carolina.

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