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Miss Price's Family Tree
Transcript of Miss Price's Family Tree
The Cherokee Indians were one of the largest of five Native American tribes who settled in the American Southeast portion of the country. The tribe came from Iroquoian descent. They had originally been from the Great Lakes region of the country, but eventually settled closer to the east coast.
Today, the largest population of Cherokee Indians live in the state of Oklahoma, where there are three federally recognized Cherokee communities with thousands of residents.
Iroquoian languages - family of about 16 North American Indian languages originally spoken around the eastern Great Lakes and in parts of the Middle Atlantic states and the South.
CHEROKEE NATIONAL HOLIDAY TAHLEQUAH
The Cherokee were herded at bayonet point in a forced march of 1,000 miles ending with our arrival in "Indian Territory", which is today part of the state of Oklahoma. Thousands died in the internment camps, along the trail itself and even after their arrival due to the effects of the journey.
The Cherokee tear dress
The Tear Dress is the standard traditional fashion for women, and the ribbon shirt remains popular for men.
The Cherokee National Holiday is a celebration of Cherokee heritage, cultural awareness, and reuniting of families.This multi-day celebration is jam-packed with sports activities for all ages, from traditional games such as Cherokee marbles,
the cornstalk shoot and blowgun
competition to the more familiar
golf and softball tournaments.
Hundreds of vendors and crafts
people set up booths where visitors
may view and purchase authentic
Native American-made products
and foods. Music lovers will enjoy
many events, including gospel and
bluegrass music, a toe-tapping
fiddler’s contest and a concert from
the award-winning Cherokee
National Youth Choir.
Mrs. Selinsky's Family Tree
Great Lakes Region