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From Talking Leaves to Pixels: The Story of the Cherokee Syllabary
Roy Boney Jr.
The story of how Sequoyah invented the Cherokee syllabary and how literacy quickly spread through the Cherokee Nation in the early 19th century has been told many times, but how ou...
From Talking Leaves to Pixels: Exhibit Shows Progression of Cherokee Language
Cherokee Heritage Center
The Cherokee language is one of North America’s healthiest native languages primarily due to its extensive documentation throughout history...
10 Things You Should Know About Cherokee Nation
Many people and images come to mind about the Cherokee Nation. The Cherokee Syllabary, created by Sequoyah, may be one of them. For many others, it may be the Trail of Tears...
A Genealogist Who Spent His Life Building a Cherokee Archive Retires
When Tom Mooney started working as a genealogist and archivist for Cherokee Heritage Center on December 6, 1976, he had one filing cabinet to store items...
Candessa Tehee Embraces Role as Leader of Cherokee Heritage Center
Twenty years ago when Candessa Tehee worked as a teenage tour guide at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, she had no idea she would someday be in charge of the op...
Cherokee Horses: A Link to the Trail of Tears
The federal policy of Indian Removal forced thousands of Native people of the Southeastern United States westward, with many only taking what little they could carry...
5 Alternative Lessons for Teachers During Heritage Month
Last month, I was honored to be a guest on Native America Calling , a nationally syndicated Native American radio program hosted by Tara Gatewood...
People and Places Exhibition Brings Cherokee Artifacts to Arkansas
To commemorate people, places and cultures unique to northwest Arkansas and the Ozarks, the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma is partnering with Crystal Bridges Museu...
Cherokee Heritage Center Educates Visitors
The Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma regularly welcomes field trip groups to teach school kids what it took to live in Indian territory...
Sculpture 'Halfbreed' Wins Grand Prize at Cherokee Homecoming Art Show
'Halfbreed: Am I Red and White or Am I White and Red' by Troy Jackson Sculptor Troy Jackson took home the grand prize of $1,100 at the Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, which opened Au...
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