A syllabary of the Cherokee language Tsalagi. It was created by the Cherokee Language and Culture Program in Tulsa Oklahoma. It's purpose is to teach others the Cherokee language so it can become part of everyday life.
Cherokee's made wattle's so they could have a more, permanent, home during winter because they did not migrate as much as other tribes.
Cherokee people taught children at a young age how to make and use a blowgun. Cherokee's used blowguns to hunt and kill small animals for food.
The legend is that the dream catcher can help trap all of the bad dreams. And all of the good dreams can slip through the holes in the dream catcher so they made earrings.
The Friendship Dance was created for the people of the Cherokee Nation. It's a dance that explains there friendship that they have with each other.
This is a map of the Cherokee borders in 1884. The map was created by Charles C. Royce from the Bereau of Ethnology. It shows us the difference and loss of land since 1884 until today.
This Cherokee dream catcher is created by what is believed to be other natives making profit off of historical items. The dream catchers are made 3-5 business days after ordered for 10$. This item shows how people will take the Cherokee name to make profit, I say this beacuase it has not been proven that the creators are natives.
This is a painting created by Robert Lindneux in 1942.It was probably made in Colorado, Denver, but there were no specifics He is a white historian trying to recreate past history in the form of art. His purpose for making his painting is to show how hard the Cherokee's life must have been.