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Printed Documents - Cherokee Indians

Identifier: PDCI


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PD #1 Brochures: Unto These Hills, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1961.

PD #2 Menu from the Museum of the Cherokee Indian: November 28, 1948. Stickball brochure, Museum of the Cherokee Indian, n.d.

PD #3 The Harbinger of Peace (New York: Published, under the Direction of the American Peace Society, by M'Elrath & Bangs), Vol. II, No. 7: 1829. Article: "The Cherokees" Poetry : "The Cherokees reply to the proposition that they should remove beyond the Mississippi"

PD #4 The Weewish Tree (A Magazine of Indian America for Young People). Vol. 5, No. 1: September 1976 Special Issue: The Qualla Cherokees of North Carolina.

PD #5 "A Bill to Be Entitled and Act Authorizing the Members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of Western North Carolina to Hold, Inherit and Alienate Property, and Further Securing to Them the Right of Local Self-Government." North Carolina S.B. No. 184: Session 1947.

PD #6 “Unto These Hills”: 1955. Playbill and brochure. 1961 Playbill

PD #7 "Unto These Hills" information sheet with Cast of Characters, Scenes, Production Staff, and Acknowledgements. 1954 season.

PD #8 Brochures: Oconaluftee Indian Village. Various dates.

PD #9 Brochures: Crafts by Cherokee’s. “Doubleweave Rivercan Basketry by Eva Wolfe,” exhibit, June 18-October 28, 1978. “Elsie Watty, Basketweaver,” exhibit, May 1-July 31, 1977. “Basketry by: The Lossiah Sisters.” “God’s Creations as Visualized by Gilbert Crowe,” exhibit, April 12-May 30, 1981. “Goingback Chiltoskey: Sculptor,” retrospective exhibition, May 22-July 15, 1972. “Sash Weaving by Mary Shell,” exhibit, May 21-June 30, 1973. “Beadwork by Lula Nicey Welch,” exhibit, August 16- September 30, 1971. “Baskets of the Woods… A Collection by Carol S. Welch,” exhibit, August 1-October 1, 1977. “Multimedia Crafts by Davy Arch,” exhibit, April 2-May 31, 1979. “Enchanted Fauna Conceived By James and Irma Bradley,” exhibit, November 1-December 31, 1978.

PD #10 Cherokee Boys Club Annual Report for year ending June 30, 1994.

PD #11 Brochures: Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual, Inc. Also, a catalog with price list.

PD #12 Brochures: Unto These Hills. Various.

PD #13 Brochures: Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Various.

PD #14 Brochures: Theme parks and attractions. Santa’s Land, Cherokee’s Magic Waters Park, The Old Mill.

PD #15 Brochures: Cherokee Indian Reservation. Visitor’s guides, etc.

PD #16 Brochures: Cherokee Indians. Miscellaneous. “United We Stand: A Celebration of Togetherness for the Cherokee People.” April 6, 7, 1984. “People of the Land: An Introduction to the Cherokee Heritage Walking and Fitness Trail.” Cherokee alphabet card. “Rutherford Expedition, 1776.” “Cherokee Indian Reservation 1984 Directory.” “Chosen Ones.” Qualla Arts & Crafts Co-op. “Revitalization of Traditional Cherokee Artisan Resources.” “4th Annual Southeastern Tribes Cultural Arts Celebration.” “People of the Land: An Introduction to Cherokee Heritage Sites in the Cullowhee Valley.”

PD #17 Brochure: Lossiah Arts. Lynn and Ernie Lossiah-Salolaneeta, n.d.

PD #18 Poster: Boundary Tree Tribal Enterprise, n.d. Courtesy John Bell.

PD #19 Periodical: The Old-Time Herald. Vol. 2, no. 5, August-October 1990. Contains an article about Walker Calhoun.

PD #20 Cherokee Center (W.C.U.): “An Introduction to Cherokee Heritage Sites in the Cullowhee Valley.” Sponsored by W.C.U. Cherokee Center, Cherokee Studies Program and Sequoyah Professorship, Mountain Heritage Center; Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; Museum of the Cherokee Indian, n.d. Brochure: “Opportunity, Education, Success”, 1999. (3 copies)

PD #21 Indian Time (periodical). In black binder. Vol. 5, no. 6. June 1981. Vol. 6, no. 1. August 1981. Vol. 6, no. 2. October 1981. Vol. 6, no. 3. February 1982. Vol. 6, no. 4. April 1982. Vol. 6, no. 5. May 1982. Vol. 7, no. 1. July 1982. Vol. 7, no. 2. November 1982. (2 copies) Vol. 7, no. 3. March 1983. Vol. 7, no. 5. March 1984. Vol. 7, no. 6. July 1984. Vol. 7, no. 7. September 1984. Vol. 8, no. 1. July 1983. Vol. 8, no. 2. December 1984. Vol. 8, no. 3. February 1985. October 1985. January 1986. May 1986. Vol. 9, no. 3. November 1986. [1 copy with no date, volume, or number designation]

PD #22 “Indians of North Carolina.” Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, n.d.

PD #23 National Geographic. Vol. 187, no. 5, May 1995. Features article, “The Cherokee: Two Nations, One People,” by Geoffrey Norman.

PD #24 “Archaeological Remains on the Qualla Reservation, North Carolina.” By the Research Laboratories of Anthropology, U.N.C. Chapel Hill, 1971.

“Archaeological Overview, Great Smokies Region, North Carolina Portion.”

PD #25 “Cherokee Progress and Challenge.” n.d.

PD #26 Cherokee calendar, 2004. By Raven Hail.

PD #27 Brown, W.L. and H.F. Robinson. “The Status, Evolutionary Significance and History of Easter Cherokee Maize.” Reprinted from Maydica 37 (1992): 29-39.

PD #28 Program: Mythic Maps: An Exhibition of Cherokee Legends in the Appalachian Landscape. Presented by Mountain Heritage Center, W.C.U., Sept. 1979.

PD #29 American History Illustrated. Vol. 7, no. 3. June 1972. [Contains article "Trail of Tears" by Dee Brown, p. 30] Gift of Bob Failing.

PD #30 "The Final Report of the North Carolina/Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians Economic Development Task Force". August 1998. (2 copies)

"The Final Report of the North Carolina/Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians Economic Development Task Force - Executive Summary". August 1998.

PD #31 College & Research Libraries News. Vol. 71, no. 8. September 2010. Includes article "Internet Resources: Native American Resources" by Erica Swenson Danowitz and Carol Videon.

PD #32 Brochures: America’s Four Hundredth Anniversary Committee, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Raleigh, N.C. “The Amadas and Barlowe Expedition” “America’s 400th Anniversary” “The Arms and Armor of Raleigh’s Roanoke Voyages, 1584- 1590” “Elizabeth” “Elizabethan Dress” “England, Sir Walter Raleigh, and the Roanoke Colonies” “The First English Colony” “Forts and Fortifications of Raleigh’s Roanoke Voyages, 1584- 1590” “Indian Agriculture” “Indian Canoes” (2 copies) “Indian Dress and Ornaments” (2 copies) “Indian Fishing and Hunting” (2 copies) “Indian Food and Cooking” (2 copies) “Indian Religion” (2 copies) “Indian Towns and Buildings” (2 copies) “Indian Words and Place Names” “The John White Colony” “Religion in Elizabethan England” “Sir Francis Drake” “Sir Walter Raleigh”

PD #33 Program: 99th Annual Cherokee Indian Fair.

PD #34 Poem: “New Echota” by Jeff Marley. Translation by Tom Belt. Printed by printing press. 2 copies, #3/18 and #9/18. Also, handmade book of Aesop’s Fable “The Lion The Bear and The Fox,” by Joy Hutcher, in both Cherokee and English. OVERSIZED

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