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Indian Pudding - A classic New England dessert for Thanksgiving!  If you've never tried this you must - it's so delicious! Pin this now so you have it for Thanksgiving!
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Indian Pudding - A Family Feast

Indian Pudding is a classic New England dessert made with milk, molasses and corn meal. It's absolutely delicious and deserves a place on any Thanksgiving dessert table!

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Survival Skills

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Cherokee woman

Cherokee woman

The early Cherokee Indians lived mostly in the south. They lived in Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, South and North Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

The early Cherokee Indians lived mostly in the south. They lived in Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, South and North Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

Loud Bear, Calendrical History was recorded by pictographic images painted on buffalo hides which recorded the prominent occurrence of the year. In 1855 the name "they-tore-off-the-Crow's-headdress-wi

Black Arrow Jewelry & Art - Native American & Southwest Jewelry & Art

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Make your own Indian Tepee

I think I need one

The inscription reads: In memory of Nancy Ward, Princess and Prophetess of the Cherokee Nation. The Pocahontas of Tennessee, the Constant Friend of the American Pioneer. Born 1738 - Died 1822. Erected by The Nancy Ward Chapter, Daughters of the Revolution, 1923.

The inscription reads: In memory of Nancy Ward, Princess and Prophetess of the Cherokee Nation. The Pocahontas of Tennessee, the Constant Friend of the American Pioneer. Born 1738 - Died 1822. Erected by The Nancy Ward Chapter, Daughters of the Revolution, 1923.

Walela (Musician) Rita Coolidge: Cherokee Laura Satterfield: Cherokee Priscilla Coolidge: Cherokee

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He is beautiful! (LOTM)

The Beldam

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Unidentified Cherokee Woman

Shameful

Our older daughter is studying Manifest Destiny this week in history. It’s a huge black mark on American history, and shameful. She’s preparing her first draft of her paper on …

Bird Rattle 28x42 Giclee on Canvas

Bird Rattle 28x42 Giclee on Canvas

Bird Rattle 28x42 Giclee on Canvas

CHEROKEE MAN, CIRCA 1868

CHEROKEE MAN, CIRCA 1868

Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens (1903), a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears in 1838.
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Trail of Tears

Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens (1903), a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears in 1838.

So, how did our Anishinaabeg relatives deal with this weather, you ask. How did they survive those extremely cold winter nights with the weather below zero in the double digits? No problem, eh? Check this out.

What Is a Smart Home Anyway?

They have been building them for a very long time.

Old Cherokee | Corntassel and Susan Robbins Corntassel

Corntassel and Susan Robbins Corntassel

In the 1869 Cherokee West Census, I came across a couple of entries that were quite interesting, and of course, I had to take a small detour to see what I could find. In the census, we have Lewis C…