The Cherokee (Tsalagi/ᏣᎳᎩ)
I am a sixth generation Cherokee. Here I'm collecting resources for those interested in learning about this incredible people who have suffered so much collective cultural, spiritual, and physical trauma, yet have persevered and kept their legacy alive to this day. Currently, the Cherokee are the largest surviving Native American tribe in the United States.
Cherokee Preservation Foundation (Eastern Cherokee)
-BLOG POSTS ABOUT MY CHEROKEE HERITAGE-
Tracing Rumors of Cherokee Ancestry
Inspiration: A Native American Food Educator
March, "The Windy Month"
April (ka wo ni/ᎫᏬᏂ), "Month of the Flower Moon"
June (de ha lu yi/ᏕᎭᎷᏱ), "Month of the Green Corn Moon"
Mankiller A Chief And Her People (Wilma Mankiller, 1993)
Indian Recipes (Nettie Wheeler, 1967)
Cherokee/English Translation Tool (scroll to the bottom of the page to find it)
First Language: The Race To Save Cherokee (2014 video)