Donald Vann ~ Cherokee Painter
Donald Vann is a Full Blood Cherokee painter who was born in Oklahoma. He paints the emotions, experiences and lives of his
Cherokee Disturbances and Removal, 1836 to 1839
In 1830, the U.S. Congress passed the Indian Removal Acts which gave the federal government power to remove all native
Native Languages of the Cherokee (Tsalagi)
Cherokee--more properly spelled Tsalagi--is an Iroquoian language with an innovative written syllabary invented by a Native Cherokee
Can be made two ways. First way : Open can of Hunt's Tomato Sauce. Pour in blender add other ingredients and mix well until chiles and other stuff is made into one sauce. Then you're done .
Choctaw Indian Agency (Oklahoma)
The Choctaw Agency was established in 1825. Before 18225, the Choctaw Indians west of the Mississippi River
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Add or omit according to your personal taste/preference.
Combine all ingredients in a large jar.
Grindle, usually any smelly, rancid bait will do, but can be caught on a variety of underwater lures. When they are hungry, anything will do.
Did pit about 2 feet deep, by 1 foot wide by 3 feet
Cut the meat into very thin strips. Put the soy sauce into a pan, and put the meat stips in it. Take the meat out and lay it on the aluminum foil. Take the salt and sprinkle alot on the front and
Yum yum deer stew
fry the tenderloin medallions in the oil with the onion until they are crispy and tender. drain off excess oil. make a roux out of the rest of the flour and add some of the water to it to make a
Oconaluftee in North Carolina
Oconaluftee in North Carolina is a recreation of an 18th-century Cherokee village. It is one of the country's best American Indian living history museums.
clean rabbit well,place in pressure cooker in one cup water add sage to taste and salt,bring to a lite pressure and hold for about ten min. remove from heat then drain well and discard water.cut in
Treaty of Holston
The Treaty of Holston was a treaty between the United States government and the Cherokee signed on July 2, 1791, and proclaimed on February 7,
Treaty of Hopewell
The Treaty of Hopewell is any of three different treaties signed at Hopewell Plantation.