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Cherokee do not look much like other Native American tribes. One of the myths of our name is, that the word Cherokee means, "Those who came from far away." Other Native Americans thought that we came from the sky. Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Cherokee Nation, Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Symbols, American Symbols

Cherokee do not look much like other tribes of Indians, one of the myths of our name is that the word Cherokee means Those who came from far away, as the other Indians thought that we came from the sky.

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WILMA MANKILLER Cherokee Nation Female Chief- As the first female chief of the Cherokees, from 1985 to Mankiller led the tribe in tripling its enrollment, doubling employment and building new health centers and children's programs. With my Respects. Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Cherokee Nation, Native American Photos, Native American Women, Native American History, American Indians, Cherokee Indian Women, Cherokee Indians

WILMA MANKILLER Obituary Memorial Cherokee Nation Female Chief

WILMA MANKILLER Cherokee Nation Female Chief- As the first female chief of the Cherokees, from 1985 to 1995, Mankiller led the tribe in tripling its enrollment, doubling employment and building new health centers and children's programs.

One of my Cherokee great grandmothers on her birthday. She was left behind while the rest of her family walked on the Trail of Tears. Her name is listed only as Maiden on census rolls. -Sherrilyn Kenyon ♔Life, likes and style of Creole-Belle ♥ Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Native American Women, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Woman, Cherokee Nation, American Symbols

One of my Cherokee great grandmothers on her 104th birthday. She was left behind while the rest of her family walked on the Trail of Tears. Her name is listed only as Maiden on census rolls.

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Tear dress (Cherokee) ~ "tear", because they tore the fabric into specific size rectangles (custom fit), rather than use scissors -- much the same way that all peasant and folk clothing is usually made Native American Dress, Native American Cherokee, Cherokee Woman, Cherokee Nation, Native American Beauty, Native American History, American Indians, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Symbols

Tear dress (Cherokee) ~ "tear", because they tore the fabric into specific size rectangles (custom fit), rather than use scissors -- much the same way that all peasant and folk clothing is usually made

This is a pin about Nancy Callahan Dollar, the daughter of a Cherokee. Though their stories differ, it somewhat reminded me of Katie Wyler. This comes from a trustworthy website. Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Cherokee Indians, Trail Of Tears, Le Far West, Native Indian

Strange Alabama- The Ghost of Nancy Dollar

Nancy Dollar was known for being somewhat of a celebrity in the Fort Payne area. She was notorious for fortune-telling and was even nicknamed Granny by

Lou Diamond Phillips (Actor, Director, Writer) Filipino / Hawaiian / Chinese / Spanish / Scottish-Irish / eighth Cherokee. He currently plays Henry on the Longmire series. Native American Actors, Native American Cherokee, Native American Pictures, Native American History, Native American Indians, Raining Men, Native Indian, First Nations, Movie Stars

Lou Diamond Phillips Caught With 126 Stolen penquins in His Ass

Lou Diamond Phillips Caught With 126 Stolen penquins in His Ass

Sequoyah The Cherokee Genius.Sequoyah, the much-honored creator of the Cherokee syllabary, the means by which anyone speaking the Cherokee language could become literate Cherokee Indian Art, Cherokee History, Cherokee Tribe, Native American Cherokee, Native American Pictures, American Indian Art, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cherokee Indians

Famous Cherokee Indians: Sequoyah, a Literary Genius

In all of history, Sequoyah was the only Native American Indian to conceive and perfect an entire alphabet.