'Cherokee' is Creek for 'Brother of another tongue' written in Cherokee as tsa-la-gi. Traditionally we Cherokee called ourselves the Aniyunwiya literally translated as 'the Principle People' but meaning 'God's People'.
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All Things Cherokee
Genealogical resource with a bulletin board and culture, history, and language links.
Personal homepage with some Cherokee cultural and historical information.
Cherokee Heritage Center
Features Cherokee history, culture and arts.
Overview of Cherokee tribal history.
Handcrafted jewelry by silversmith Jimmie Warnell.
Cherokee Language and the Cherokee Indian Tribe
Information and links regarding language, culture, history and genealogy.
Articles from the journal of the Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston.
Cherokee National Holiday
Pictures and descriptions of this event.
Cherokee National Party
Website of the Cherokee National Party founded by John Ross. Dedicated to the belief that all Cherokees are one nation under God. To demand sovereign status, the right to govern ourselves and the right to be recognized as an independent nation.
The Cherokee Observer
An independent newspaper. Features articles, archives, language guide, and subscription information.
Video of a story by Eastern Band Cherokee storyteller Eagle Woman.
Four Directions Institute: Cherokee
Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
Traditional beadwork from a native Cherokee artist.
North Georgia Cherokee
Historical and biographical articles.
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