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Loa, "The Gifted One" Pinned by indus® 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.

Loa, "The Gifted One" Pinned by indus® 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 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.

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.

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian-Permanent Exhibits    Paleo Period :: Archaic Period :: Mississippian Period    Traveling Exhibits    Emissaries of Peace :: Trail of Tears Photography Exhibit

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian-Permanent Exhibits Paleo Period :: Archaic Period :: Mississippian Period Traveling Exhibits Emissaries of Peace :: Trail of Tears Photography Exhibit

Navajo Code Talkers were honored on Memorial Day 2011 at Veterans Park in Las Cruces.

Navajo Code Talkers were honored on Memorial Day 2011 at Veterans Park in Las Cruces.

Cherokee Tribe. Possible scene of Federal payouts to Cherokee men. Stereocard, ca. 1870

Cherokee Tribe. Possible Scene

Covered Wagon. The only known surviving wagon from the Cherokee Indians historic Trail of Tears.  Foxfire Museum, Rabun County, GA

Covered Wagon. The only known surviving wagon from the Cherokee Indians historic Trail of Tears. Foxfire Museum, Rabun County, GA

Wilma Mankiller, first female chief of the Cherokee Nation, on the rebuilding of her tribe. Part of The Eloquent Woman's "Famous Speech Friday" series.

Wilma Mankiller, first female chief of the Cherokee Nation, on the rebuilding of her tribe. Part of The Eloquent Woman's "Famous Speech Friday" series.

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