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How to Preserve Food like the Native Americans | Survival Sullivan

Learn the old-fashioned ways Native Americans used to preserve their food, such as smoking and drying.

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Native American Zodiac & Astrology | Birth Signs & Totems

Learn about all 12 Native American Zodiac Signs & Native American Astrology! In-depth info on the personality, traits, & compatibility of each birth totem

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Herbal Medicine The Cherokee Herbal: Native Plant Medicine from the Four Directions - A practical guide to the medicinal uses of over 450 plants and herbs as applied in the traditional practices of the Cherokee. Native American Cherokee, Native American History, American Indians, Cherokee History, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Symbols, Cherokee Nation, American Symbols, American Women

The Cherokee Herbal: Native Plant Medicine from the Four Directions

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The Seven Clans of the Cherokee

There are 7 clans of the Cherokee Indian. Learn about each of them in this article.

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The Real History of Black Native Americans

*Editor's note: A prior title of this piece included a playful reference to African Americans erroneously claiming to have 'Indian in their family'. Many of our commenters rightfully found this tit…

The Cherokee Nation is Native American tribe based in Oklahoma with more than enrolled members. For you to be recognized as a Cherokee, the Nation requires that you find one of your ancestors . Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Cherokee Indian Women, American Symbols, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Choctaw Indian

Difference Between Cherokee Indians & Other Indian Tribes | Synonym

10 Important Facts About the Cherokee Tribe "Aniyunwiya," which means "the principal people," their native tongue IS KNOWN as "Tsalagi."

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University Archives and Southern Minnesota Historical Center

Wa-kan-o-zhan-zhan (Medicine Bottle) | After the Sioux Uprising in 1862, Congress called for the forcible removal of all Sioux from Minnesota in April 1863. Wa-kan-o-zhan-zhan had participated in confrontations near Fort Ridgely & later fled to a Sioux camp in Canada. Captured in Winter 1864 and brought to Fort Snelling, Minnesota | Put on trial for crimes committed during the Sioux Uprising & found guilty by a military commission | Executed at Fort Snelling, Nov 11, 1865