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Living Stories of the Cherokee
Living Stories of the Cherokee | Barbara R. Duncan, Davey Arch
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Traditional and modern stories by the Cherokee Indians of North Carolina reflect the tribe's religious beliefs and values, observations of animals and nature, and knowledge of history.
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...And one boy said, “I want an Indian with the big beautiful feathers on.” I said, “Oh, you‘re not looking for an Indian, you‘re looking for something else. I said I was full-blooded Cherokee Indian, I didn‘t say I was a chicken.”

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Living Stories of the Cherokee | Barbara R. Duncan, Davey Arch

Ya‘ll in one of the stories a swarm of beautiful butterflies suffocates a woman! 😨

Trashcanman That's how my cousin Rae-Rae died. 4y
Crowcrumbs Poor Rae-Rae! Why didn‘t a good Cherokee warn her what happens to frivolous women who follow hunky men on adventures?! 🦋 4y
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