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Cherokee and Cherokee / English Bilingual Printing Collection

Identifier: MSS 15-01
Content Description “Cherokee and Cherokee/English Bilingual Printing: Letterpress work printed by college-level art students in Cherokee, Dillsboro and Bryson City, North Carolina. 2010-2015” includes hand-printed cards and postcards; books and booklets; posters; art prints; one linoleum block; and some machine-printed posters. Works are by various artists associated with the Oconaluftee Institute for Cultural Arts. Many works are partially or entirely written in Cherokee syllabary. Artists include Carrie...
Dates: 2010 - 2015

Cherokee/English Lexicon - Little Pisgah Panorama

Identifier: SM 83-07
Content Description

The collection consists of a panorama from Little Pisgah, drawn and labeled by Chucky Joe of "Ottaray" in September 1908. Names of prominent physical features are provided in the English and Cherokee languages. "Ottaray" is derived from the Cherokee word atali (or atari), meaning "mountain." Chucky Joe was the pen name of Author Huger of Baltimore, Maryland.

Dates: 1908-09-01

Kilpatrick Cherokee Language Collection

Identifier: MSS 03-04
Content Description Cherokee language materials or related linguistic materials, both originals and photocopies, and dated 1885 - 1999, that includes documents, formulas, medicinal and love charms, printed materials in the Cherokee language, Cherokee language manuals and primers, and educational materials and research papers on Cherokee language topics.Addition includes correspondence, particularly of Alan Kilpatrick concerning publications and activities, and also correspondence of Jack Frederick...
Dates: 1885 - 1999