Learn Cherokee: online language class + other resources

Learn Cherokee: online language class + other resources

Cherokee Blessing - May the warm winds of heaven blow softly upon your house. May the Great Spirit bless all who enter there. May your mocassins make happy tracks in many snows, and may the rainbow always touch your shoulder.

Cherokee Blessing - May the warm winds of heaven blow softly

The Legend of the Cherokee Rose...

“The Legend of the Cherokee Rose ….. History …. “!!

The Legend of the Cherokee Rose. Being part Cherokee and living a few minutes from near the trail of tears start (living in Dawsonville, Ga, USA) this hits close to home

I love you in Cherokee

In honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow

Cherokee Indian Symbols | SCHOOL @ HOME: If You Lived during the Trail of Tears Lesson Plan

Trail of Tears Lesson Plan Use the "write a story with Native American symbols" during writing on the day we do trail of tears

Cherokee Indian Symbols | The Seven Clans of the Cherokee-Jess was of the "Wolf" clan. <3 L

The Seven Clans of the Cherokee

There are 7 clans of the Cherokee Indian. It is important to know this because they are not allowed to marry inside their clan. The women are the head of household in the Cherokee so membership is attained through the mother. The members within a.

How to Prove That You're Cherokee

How to Prove That You're Cherokee

🌞💖👑☄Final Roll - Eastern Cherokee - Proving Cherokee ancestry is challenging, but finding distant ancestors is very rewarding.

It never hurts to gently remind wasicu just who the true illegal immigrants are…

It never hurts to gently remind wasicu just who the true illegal immigrants are. Trump is descended from those illegals.

The Power of Cherokee Women - "Europeans were astonished to see that Cherokee women were the equals of men—politically, economically and theologically. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/01/10/power-cherokee-women-3767

A young Cherokee woman in traditional dress points toward the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Nov. which is considered a sacred site by the Cherokees. The unidentified woman is a graduate of a conventional school and the granddaughter of a chief.

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