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the Iroquoian language spoken by the Cherokee

a member of an Iroquoian people formerly living in the Appalachian Mountains but now chiefly in Oklahoma

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Ross, who lived from 1790 to 1865, was the chief negotiator for the Cherokee Indians as they tried to negotiate with the US Government over issues such as national boundaries, land ownership and white encroachment.
Barbara Duncan is education director at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian in Cherokee, North Carolina.
Keith Donelly's debut novel Three Deuces Down: A Donald Youngblood Mystery is a suspenseful adventure following Donald Youngblood, a Wall Street genius turned private investigator on a whim, and Billy Two Feathers, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian, who opens Cherokee Investigations with him to work small cases together.
She owns Raven's Nest Herbals, LLC, based in Duluth, GA (678-642-6691) and is a member of the American Botanical Council, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian and charter member of the National Museum of the American Indian.
Littlefield envisions Arkansas benefitting from a well-developed auto tour, perhaps beginning at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian in Cherokee, N.
A colorful explanation comes from Gertrude Ruskin's Sequoyah, Cherokee Indian Cadmus.
In fact, the real love stories in Thirteen Moons are between Will and the Cherokee Indian who adopts him, between Will and his horse and, most of all, between Will and the mountains.
I am half Pottawatomie Cherokee Indian and half Irish.
She has deep brown eyes, prominent cheekbones, and a perfectly chiseled nose and jaw, all of which reflects her Cherokee Indian bloodline.
He spent much of his early years living with his grandmother, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian, in Canada.
GOLDENSEAL An essential part of any Cherokee Indian healer's medicine chest, the dried root of this plant contains berberine, which gives it a bright yellow colour, and hydrastine - two plant nutrients that increase the power of the immune system.
They told me that my great-great-great-grandmother, who was a Cherokee Indian midwife, rode horses throughout western North Carolina to deliver babies.
So I ventured after the elusive mouflon with a Cherokee Indian style flat bow, made especially for me by John Rook.
The Museum of the Cherokee Indian here questioned the value of us participating in that event and tapping into the German market," said Dave Redman, director of the tribe's travel office in Cherokee, North Carolina.
Thanks to her delicious mix of African and Cherokee Indian ancestry she'll bring a sultry new image to the mostly blonde beach team.
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