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Cherokee Alphabet,

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If You Lived during the Trail of Tears Lesson Plan

For our third week of class Rhiannon really wanted to do a Native American tribe. She wanted to focus on the Nez Perce (because of Kaya,the...

Statistics on violence nothing new When Amnesty International released a study April 24 showing that American Indian women are times mor.

Native women are invisible

Statistics on violence nothing new When Amnesty International released a study April 24 showing that American Indian women are 2.5 times mor...

Cherokees use the star because many of their concepts are related to the number Seven clans, directions, etc. This links to a greatsite of symbols

Celtic Myth and Moonlight || Cultural & Religious Symbols

This Cultural and Religous Symbols page provides detailed information on a variety of symbols and icons of special cultural, sprititual, and religious significance, both Celtic and otherwise. These symbols include the Triquetra, Trislele, Celtic Cross, Brigid's Cross, Lion Rampant, Thistle, Harp, Shamrock, Claddagh, Welsh Dragon, Pentale or Pentagram, Chalice Well, Green Man, Elven or Fairie Star, Triple Goddess, Tree of Life, Celtic Knotwork, Saltire or St. Andrew's Cross, Cross of St…

The Cherokee Woman

Ask someone if they're Native, and which tribe do they always say they're part of ? Of course you are.

Inkakike - Cherokee

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Wes Studias is Cherokee, born and raised in Oklahoma ~ A Vietnam veteran, musician, author, activist and award winning actor. A true Renaissance man. Wes is also a stone carver and creates amazing art.

Wes Studi: An Exclusive Interview with Cherokee Actor

Wesley "Wes" Studi (born December 17, 1947) is an American actor of Cherokee ancestry, who has earned notability for his portrayal of Native Americans in film. A Vietnam veteran, musician, author, and activist, Wes is also a stone carver and creates amazing art. He taught classes in the Cherokee language and syllabary (writing system), and helped found a Cherokee-language newspaper.

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The Seven Clans of the Cherokee

There are 7 clans of the Cherokee Indian. Learn about each of them in this article.

Cherokee War Dance

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Mary Long and Annie Conseen in front of the Snowbird Cherokee Indian School in Graham County, North Carolina - Cherokee - 1934 Native American Proverb, Native American Cherokee, Cherokee Woman, Native American Images, Cherokee Nation, Native American Beauty, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Cherokee Indians

Mary Long and Annie Conseen in front of the Snowbird Cherokee Indian School in Graham County, North Carolina - Cherokee - 1934. I know they are smiling on this picture but the horrors that took place in those schools is just beyond words. Atrocious

Moses Brings Plenty / From, The Cherokee Word for Water. The Cherokee Word for Water is a feature-length motion picture that tells the story of the work that led Wilma Mankiller to become the first modern female Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Native American Actors, Native American Cherokee, Native American Beauty, Native American History, American Indians, Cherokee Nation, Cherokee Indians, American Symbols, American Women

[Trailer] The Cherokee Word for Water This looks like a really good movie!!! The Cherokee Word for Water is a feature-length motion picture that tells the story of the work that led Wilma Mankiller to become the first modern female Chief of the Cherokee Nation.