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cherokee.org/About-The-Nation/Culture/Cherokee-Arts

The heritage of the Cherokee Nation is evident today in the survival of our traditional arts ranging from basket making to traditional clothing such as ribbon shirts and tear dresses. That heritage is alive and well today and is displayed in the way we work, the way we live and the way we play.

www.britannica.com/topic/Cherokee-people

Cherokee, North American Indians of Iroquoian lineage who constituted one of the largest politically integrated tribes at the time of European colonization of the Americas. Their name is derived from a Creek word meaning “people of different speech”; many prefer to be known as Keetoowah or Tsalagi. They are believed to have numbered some 22,500 individuals in 1650, and they controlled ...

www.aaanativearts.com/cherokee/cherokee-culture.htm

Cherokee cultural practices vary from clan to clan, location to location, family to family, or even among individual Cherokee people. The following is general cherokee culture information and may not be true of all Cherokee people. Follow the links within this article for more information. Original Cherokee territories Cherokee Arts and Crafts

www.allthingscherokee.com/cherokee-art-gallery

Welcome to the All Things Cherokee Art Gallery. Here we feature and sale traditional and contemporary Cherokee art by award winning and up-and-coming Cherokee artists. All artists here-within are enrolled citizens of the Cherokee Nation, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, or United Keetoowah Band.

visitcherokeenc.com/cherokee-culture

See authentic Cherokee arts, crafts, preserved artifacts, dramatic retellings of history, song, dance, ceremonies and more. Learn About Cherokee Culture at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Learn about Cherokee culture and the true history of the Cherokee people from prehistoric times up to today’s Eastern Band of Cherokee Nation.

www.cherokeesmokies.com/history_culture.html

Cultural Attractions. When visiting Cherokee, don't miss these special cultural and historic attractions — "Unto These Hills" Outdoor drama of the Cherokees' tragic "Trail of Tears" More Oconaluftee Indian Village - Authentic replica with live demonstrations.More. Museum of the Cherokee Indian - State-of-the-art presentation of Cherokee history.More ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherokee

In 2007, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians entered into a partnership with Southwestern Community College and Western Carolina University to create the Oconaluftee Institute for Cultural Arts (OICA), to emphasize native art and culture in traditional fine arts education, thus preserving traditional art forms and encouraging exploration of ...

cherokee.org/About-The-Nation/Culture/General/The-Traditional-Belief-System

Witchcraft among the Cherokee does not resemble that of non-Indian cultures. To understand and respect the beliefs of traditional Cherokee about using medicine, conjuring, and witchcraft you must first consider early Indian societies and consider how this has remained an integral part of Cherokee culture even up to the present day.

visitcherokeenc.com/play/culture

It’s difficult to find authentic, handcrafted art in today’s world. Luckily, it has been a Cherokee tradition for centuries. Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual, Inc. is the oldest Native American cooperative in the country, with over 350 juried artisans creating traditional Cherokee masks, pottery, baskets, jewelry, and much more.

www.bigorrin.org/cherokee_kids.htm

Information about the Cherokee Indians for students and teachers. Covers Cherokee tribes in Oklahoma and North Carolina, with facts about Cherokee Indian food, clothing, houses, villages, art and crafts, weapons and tools, legends, and customs of the Cherokee people.