Cherokee Tribe

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Largest Federally recognized Tribe in the United States.

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How Cherokees Used Trees of Southern Appalachia for Food, Medicine, and Craft - TheSurvivalSherpa.

How Cherokees Used Trees of Southern Appalachia for Food, Medicine, and Craft

by Todd Walker Foraging wild food requires practice, knowledge, and experience on your landscape. Notice I used the word your land. What you’ve read in books and watched on YouTube may not ap…

Learning Cherokee Ways - The Ywahoo Path Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Native American Pictures, Native American Wisdom, Native American History, American Indians, Indian Pictures, Cherokee Tribe, Cherokee Indians

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Learning Cherokee Ways: The Ywahoo Path is an exquisite gathering of ancient and sacred wisdoms from the Ywahoo tradition. Written by the Venerable Dhyani Ywahoo, holder of the Ywahoo lineage and Chief of the Green Mountain Ani Yun Wi Wa, Learning Cherokee Ways: The Ywahoo Path is a sacred passing of teachings that until now have been kept hidden. A moving journey through time, the text explores the Ywahoo experience of worlds, both seen and unseen, and the universes that surround us…

A Shoshoni man. Native American Quotes, Native American Symbols, Native American Tribes, American Spirit, Native American History, African History, Cherokee Nation, Cherokee Indians, Native Indian

Tribal Headdresses From Around The World ~ Part XIII

Cherokee (Tsalagihi Ayili) Tribe ~ Oklahoma, North Carolina & Tennessee The above two images are courtesy of: http://musiclas...

Photo: It’s officially spring. It’s the perfect time to visit Cherokee Nation!

Photo: It’s officially spring. It’s the perfect time to visit Cherokee Nation!

Collectible Turtle Pendleton Blanket from the Legendary Collection depicting the creation story of the Iroquois

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From 1991: The Turtle blanket is in recognition of the Iroquois Confederacy. Inspired by the Oneida, Seneca, Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga and Tuscoarora Nations, the Turtle design represents the Iroquois legend that the world was created on the shell of the Great Turtle. The Turtle was the only one with enough strength who could support the earth on its back, says the legend. And the earth grew larger until it became the whole world. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton warp. Dry clean. Made in…

Heirloom Cherokee Corn by AzureDandelion Cherokee Tribe, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee History, Peter Piper, Trail Of Tears, Animal Facts, American Food, Orphan, Native Americans

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This Heirloom OP Cherokee Corn is an older variety of ornamental corn with large ears The kernels of Cherokee Corn are mainly red white and blue with some striped kernels

American Women: Biography - Cherokee Leader Nancy Ward of Tennessee Early American, American Women, American History, Native American Ancestry, American Indians, Cherokee Tribe, Cherokee Indians, Tennessee River, Trail Of Tears

Biography - Cherokee Leader Nancy Ward 1738-1822 of Tennessee

. Nancy Ward (c 1738-1822), Cherokee leader, was probably born at Chota, a Cherokee village on the Little Tennessee River near Fort Loudoun in Monroe County, Tennessee. Her father is said to have been a Delaware Indian who, following the custom in the matriarchal Cherokee society, had become a member of the Wolf clan, when he married Tame Doe, the sister of Atta-kulla-kulla (Little Carpenter), civil chief of the Cherokee Nation. Nancy (an anglicized version of her Indian name, Nanye’hi), was…


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