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University of Alabama Press, 2006. — 168 p. In "Eastern Cherokee Fishing", life histories, folktales, and reminiscences about fish gathered from interviews with Cherokee and non-Cherokee people provide a clear and personal picture of the changes in the Qualla Boundary (Eastern Band of the) Cherokee in the last 75 years. Coupled with documentary research, these ethnographic...
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Charleston: The History Press, 2008. — 128 pp. — ISBN 978-1-59629-031-0. Tragically, relatively little of the once flourishing Cherokee nation and its rich culture has survived. Its stories, however, live on today. Native Cherokee and professional storyteller Lloyd Arneach recounts priceless tales such as how the bear lost his long bushy tail and how the first strawberry came to...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. — 160 p. Robert J. Conley did not set out to chronicle the life of Cherokee medicine man John Little Bear. Instead, the medicine man came to him. Little Bear asked Conley to write down his story, to reveal to the world “what Indian medicine is really about.” For Little Bear, as for the Cherokee ancestors who brought their traditions over the...
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Chelsea House Publ., 2011. — 111 p. — (The History & Culture of Native Americans). The Cherokee tells the story of the Cherokee people from early times to the present, including the Cherokee Nation, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. The Cherokees had an early turbulent history dealing with the Spanish, French, and...
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Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, 2008. — 133 pp. — ISBN 978-0-8078-3219-6. "The stories in this book have been told by Cherokee people, passed down in spoken words from one generation to the next, for hundreds and perhaps thousands of years. They come from a time when all knowledge was passed on in this form — told orally by one person to another, before the...
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The History Press, 2011. — 168 p. The intricate designs and complex patterns of Cherokee pottery have been developed over centuries. Both timeless and time-honored, these singular works of pottery are still crafted by the proud hands of Cherokee women in Western North Carolina. Cherokee Pottery recounts the history of a tradition passed from elder to child through countless...
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Bear & Company, 1996. — 240 p. Discover the holistic experience of human life from the elder teachers of Cherokee Medicine. With stories of the Four Directions and the Universal Circle, these once-secret teachings offer us wisdom on circle gatherings, natural herbs and healing, and ways to reduce stress in our daily lives.
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Bear & Company, 1996. — 240 p. Discover the holistic experience of human life from the elder teachers of Cherokee Medicine. With stories of the Four Directions and the Universal Circle, these once-secret teachings offer us wisdom on circle gatherings, natural herbs and healing, and ways to reduce stress in our daily lives.
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Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966. — pp. 1-111. — (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin; Vol. 196. Anthropological Paper; No. 75). "Very little information is available for the Eastern Cherokee from 1848 until the outbreak of the Civil War," write Fogelson and Kutsche (1961, p. 103). A considerable amount of information has actually existed, but it has not...
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Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966. — pp. 175-214. — (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin; Vol. 196. Anthropological Paper; No. 77). In September of 1889 Wahnenauhi, a Cherokee woman whose English name was Mrs. Lucy L. Keys, sent from her home in Vinita, Indian Territory, a 70-page manuscript of her authorship to the Bureau of American Ethnology. "Please...
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Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966. — pp. 379-447. — (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin; Vol. 196. Anthropological Paper; No. 80). The Frans M. Olbrechts collection of North Carolina Cherokee myths, legends, and miscellaneous stories and ethnographic data is not a collection in the generally accepted sense of that term, but rather a body of stenographic...
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Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966. — pp. 215-325. — (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin; Vol. 196. Anthropological Paper; No. 78). The first intruders into the country of the Cherokee were the conquistadores of DeSoto, who encountered the Cherokee in their search for gold. From this time, early in the 16th century, the Cherokee were left undisturbed until...
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Chelsea House, 2005. — 120 p. — (Indians of North America, Heritage Edition). The Cherokees are one of the largest Indian tribes in the United States. They are often noted for establishing a republican form of government and an 84-character written alphabet to preserve their language.
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University of Alabama Press, 2015. — 280 p. In "Center Places and Cherokee Towns", Christopher B. Rodning opens a panoramic vista onto protohistoric Cherokee culture. He posits that Cherokee households and towns were anchored within their cultural and natural landscapes by built features that acted as "center places". Rodning investigates the period from just before the first...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2010. — 328 p. Anetso, a centuries-old Cherokee ball game still played today, is a vigorous, sometimes violent activity that rewards speed, strength, and agility. At the same time, it is the focus of several linked ritual activities. Is it a sport? Is it a religious ritual? Could it possibly be both? Why has it lasted so long, surviving through...
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