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    Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Cherokee Language Lessons
    Cherokee US - West
    Provided by the Cherokees of California, Inc., a non-profit tribal organization. It is not affiliated with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, nor is it a federally recognized tribal entity. "We are banded together as descendants of a common Cherokee heritage. Our primary purpose is to preserve and pass on to the next generation our traditions, history and language."
    Cherokee Messenger
       
    Native American Herbal Remedies - list of plants (by common names) and some Cherokee medicinal uses.
    Cherokees of California, Inc.
    Cherokee  
    The Cherokees of California, Inc., is a 501C-3 non-profit tribal organization incorporated in 1975. It is not affiliated with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, nor is it a federally recognized tribal entity. We are banded together as descendants of a common Cherokee heritage. Our primary purpose is to preserve and pass on to the next generation our traditions, history and language.
    Early Bead Trade in North America
       
    Cherokee Messenger- Aug. 1995 Prior to settlement by Europeans, all North American Indians seem to have shared an appreciation for beads. At least eight thousand years before Europeans crossed the Atlantic, Indians were making, wearing, and trading beads of shell, pearl, bone, teeth, stone, and fossil crinoid stems.
    The Pow Wow Trail
       
    Exerpts - by Julia White - Answers to Common Questions/ In The Beginning/ Finding Pow Wows/ Be Comfortable/ Protocol/ Traders and Vendors/ Listings of Pow Wows.




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