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Old Photos - Cherokee | www.American-Tribes.com  ***Tsanusdi or Guwisguwi (aka John Ross or Little John) - Cherokee - 1858  Read more: http://amertribes.proboards.com/thread/587#ixzz4BzmxdUqU

Tsan-Usdi (Little John) or Guwisguwi aka John Ross, Cherokee Principal Chief, who died in Washington DC in 1866 still attempting to gain justice for his people.

Cherokee Houses | cherokee house the western office staff archaeologists were involved ...

Wattle and Daub DwellingsNation that used themCherokeeThese shelters (also known as asi, the Cherokee word for them) were used by south eastern tribes. Wattle and daub houses are made by weaving river.

My great grandmother was full blooded Cherokee. Constitution of the Cherokee Nation.....♥

My great grandmother was full blooded Cherokee. Constitution of the Cherokee Nation.this comment from previous pinner.and I add, My great-grandmother was also a full-blood Cherokee. I am proud of my Native American ancestry!

Annie Fields Ballard pictured here in the 1860s, was a survivor of the Trail of Tears

My Great-Great Grandmother Annie Fields Ballard pictured here in the was a survivor of the Trail of Tears. She is the mother of Susie Ballard. Susie Ballard was full blooded Cherokee but only registered as so that she could own land.

Principal Chief Michell Hicks, Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation

Michell Hicks accepted the executive director post at the tribal gaming commission after the first pick withdrew from the process.

Cherokee Indian Archive images | 14639 Two Cherokee Indians in traditional costume, posed in profile ...

Two Cherokee men in traditional regalia, looking over a cliff. Photographed at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, 1939