The Cherokee People: The Story of the Cherokees from Earliest Origins to Contemporary Times (Google eBook)
Council Oak Books, 1992 - Social Science - 368 pages
Covers Cherokee ways and history from their earliest appearance in the Southeast through the forced removal of most of the nation to Indian Territory life today in North Carolina and Oklahoma communities. The author's well-known line drawings and paintings highlight the text.
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Physical Appearance Material Culture
Government and Warfare
Healing and the Causes of Disease
Ancient Religious Beliefs
The Religious Festivals
Transformation of a Culture
The Eastern Cherokees
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