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01/18/2018 12:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

Presented by: Matt Anderson, Cultural Specialist for Cherokee Nation Early Cherokees had stories of an ancient priesthood society that existed among them before European contact. This priesthood society is similar to the mound builder societies that existed during the Mississippian era. Matt Anderson, Cultural Specialist for Cherokee Nation, will discuss the connection between the Cherokee and these ancient mound builder societies. Part of Cherokee Nation’s monthly Lunch & Learn lecture series. For more information contact Catherine Foreman-Gray, Cherokee Nation History & Preservation Officer, at catherine-gray@cherokee.org.

01/17/2018 12:00 PM - Council Offices

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01/17/2018 10:00 AM - Council Offices

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01/17/2018 09:00 AM - Council Offices

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01/16/2018 06:00 PM - Council Chambers

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01/16/2018 04:00 PM - Council Offices

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01/16/2018 03:00 PM - Council Offices

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01/16/2018 02:00 PM - Council Offices

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01/16/2018 01:00 PM - Council Offices

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01/08/2018 01:09 PM - Tahlequah,OK

Young and Cherokee, is a series spotlighting examples of young people embracing the culture and the legacy of the Cherokee Nation. Kortni has grown up with a Cherokee influence from her family and later learning more in school. Kortni takes concurrent classes at Sequoyah and Northeastern State University. She started her college courses in her sophomore year. Kortni became a member of the Tribal Youth Council and wants to help make changes during her tenure. She would also like to help start a program that teaches students what to expect before college.

01/08/2018 01:01 PM - Stilwell,OK

Visiting with our Elders as they recall their childhood and growing up Cherokee. Louise is the youngest of ten children who grew up in the Cherry Tree area south of Stilwell. She recalls riding stick horses with her younger brother and rolling tires. She also tells us how they stored their milk and butter in a hole in the ground.

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