Cherokee Indians

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the trail of tears info sheet
Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance
Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance | Britannica.com
the headstone of occonstota, great warrior of the cheokes
Grave is located in the Chota Memorial, Monroe County, Tennessee, near the Little Tellica River.
an old woven basket is sitting on the floor
Lot 14: Cherokee Rivercane Storage Basket, 12" Height | Case Auctions
Lot 14: Cherokee Rivercane Storage Basket, 12" Height
two pairs of shoes that have been decorated with beads
Moccasins of the Native American Indian
Cherokee Beading Patterns | Moccasins of the Plains Indian, Southwest, Woodlands, Prairies ...
an advertisement for the annual roll of the eastern band of checkers indians in north carolina
The Official Base Roll of the Eastern band of Cherokee Indians
a statue of a man holding a staff in front of trees and bushes on a sunny day
Sacred Tears Monument, Tuscumbia Alabama. One of the points on the trail of tears.
a painting of men riding on horses with wagons in the background
Collections of Records of Cherokees and Creeks
Collections of Records of Cherokees and Creeks
a map of the united states with roads
History of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian Nation
Original Cherokee Land Map - Nette, perhaps she was Cherokee. This is much more likely than Soux.
two black scissors shaped like the shape of a bird's beak, on a white background
cherokee indian symbol for love
cherokee indian symbol for love - Google Search
an old black and white photo of three people
~Mary Jane Blair-Ball (Cherokee Euro-American) With Her Daughter, Sara Jane Ball-Moore (Cherokee Euro-American), & Her Husband James Harvey Ball - circa 1880~
the trail of tears info sheet
Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance
Routes, statistics, and notable events of the Trail of Tears.
three black vases with designs on them are sitting next to each other and one is empty
Account Suspended
Pottery from Cherokee nation.
an old black and white photo of a woman holding a child in her arms,
Nancy Ward and Lydia Russell Bean - Cherokee Woman and White Captive Woman
Cynthia Ann Parker - Comanche Heart and Broken Spirit