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Cherokee Wikipedia[edit]

1842 Slave Revolt in the Cherokee Nation
Adair County, Oklahoma
America Meredith
Amouskositte
Andrew Jackson
Anglo-Cherokee War
Ani-kutani
Anti-miscegenation laws
Archaic period in the Americas
Arkansas Territory
Artifact (archaeology)
Attakullakulla
Ayahuasca
Barbara McAlister (opera singer)
Battle of Claremore Mound
Battle of Horseshoe Bend (1814)
Bell, Oklahoma
Big Tiger
Bill John Baker
Black drink
Black Fox (Cherokee chief)
Black Indians in the United States
Blood Law
Blood quantum laws
Blowgun
Bob Benge
Brad Carson
Bud Adams
Bureau of American Ethnology
Bureau of Indian Affairs
C. J. Harris
Calumet (pipe)
Census
Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood
Chad "Corntassel" Smith
Charles R. Hicks
Charles Thompson (Cherokee chief)
Chattahoochee River
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Cherokee
Cherokee Botanical Garden and Nature Trail
Cherokee calendar
Cherokee Casino Roland
Cherokee clans
Cherokee Commission
Cherokee County, North Carolina
Cherokee County, Oklahoma
Cherokee Female Seminary
Cherokee flag
Cherokee freedmen controversy
Cherokee Heritage Center
Cherokee heritage groups
Cherokee history
Cherokee in the American Civil War
Cherokee language
Cherokee Male Seminary
Cherokee marbles
Cherokee military history
Cherokee Moons Ceremonies
Cherokee mythology
Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation (19th century)
Cherokee Nation v. Georgia
Cherokee Nation Warriors Society
Cherokee National Holiday
Cherokee National Youth Choir
Cherokee Phoenix
Cherokee Preservation Foundation
Cherokee removal
Cherokee society
Cherokee syllabary
Cherokee treaties
Cherokee, North Carolina
Chickamauga Cherokee
Chickamauga Wars (1776–1794)
Chota (Cherokee town)
Chunkey
Clan
Clement V. Rogers
Clinch River
Corn dolly
Creek War
Curtis Act of 1898
Daniel Heath Justice
Daniel Sabin Butrick
Datura
Datura stramonium
David Cornsilk
Dawes Act
Dawes Commission
Dawes Rolls
Degadoga
Dennis Bushyhead
Doublehead
Dragging Canoe
Earthwork (archaeology)
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
Elias Boudinot
Elias Boudinot (Cherokee)
Ethnic cleansing
Ethnobotany
Etowah Indian Mounds
Fasting
Federally recognized tribes
Feud
Five Civilized Tribes
Flint corn
Four Mothers Society
Franklin Gritts
Freedman
French and Indian War
Frybread
Gadugi
Georgia (U.S. state)
Georgia Land Lotteries
Ghigau
Goingsnake Massacre
Great Hiwassee
Great Smoky Mountains
Great Spirit
Great Tellico
Green Corn Ceremony
Half-breed
Handsome Lake
Hanging Maw
Hastings Shade
Henry Timberlake
Herbalism
Hernando de Soto
History of lacrosse
History of Oklahoma
Hominy
Hopewell tradition
Horseshoes
Ideogram
Ilex vomitoria
Indian Claims Commission
Indian country
Indian Register
Indian removal
Indian Removal Act
Indian Reorganization Act
Indian Territory
Indigenous peoples of the Americas
Indigenous peoples of the Northeastern Woodlands
Iroquoian languages
Iroquois
J. B. Milam
James Mooney
James Vann
Joara
Joe Byrd (Cherokee chief)
Joel B. Mayes
John Brown (Cherokee chief)
John Howard Payne
John Jolly
John Looney (Cherokee chief)
John Ridge
John Rogers (Cherokee chief)
John Rollin Ridge
John Ross
John Ross (Cherokee chief)
John Tyler Hammons
John Watts (Cherokee chief)
Joseph J. Clark
Joseph L. Erb
Joseph Vann
Joyce Dugan
Junaluska
Kanagatucko
Kay WalkingStick
Keetoowah Nighthawk Society
Keowee
Kimberly Teehee
Kinnikinnick
Kinnikinnick (disambiguation)
Kituwa
Land claim
Lewis Downing
List of people of self-identified Cherokee ancestry
List of writing systems
Litefoot
Little Turkey
Maize
Major Ridge
Martha Berry (artist)
Mavis Doering
Medicine man
Mike Dart
Mississippi River
Mississippian copper plates
Mississippian culture
Mixed-blood
Mound builder (people)
Moundville Archaeological Site
Mount Sequoyah
Moytoy of Tellico
Nantahala River
Nathaniel Gist
Native American Church
Native American cuisine
Native American music
Native American Music Awards
Native American name controversy
Native American self-determination
Native Americans in the United States
Ned Christie
New Echota
Nicotiana rustica
Nikwasi
Nimrod Jarrett Smith
Norris Dam
North Carolina
Northeastern State University
Oconaluftee Indian Village
Oconostota
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act
Oklahoma Territory
Old Tassel
One-drop rule
Oral tradition
Original Keetoowah Society
Ostenaco
Overhill Cherokee
Park Hill, Oklahoma
Pathkiller
Peace pipe (disambiguation)
Peyote
Phil Konstantin
Pipe bag
Plastic shaman
Polysynthetic language
Popcorn
Pow wow
Prehistoric medicine
Principal Chiefs of the Cherokee
Qualla Boundary
Racial Integrity Act of 1924
Racial segregation in the United States
Redbird Smith
Ross Swimmer
Roy Boney Jr.
Sacred
Sam Bradford
Sam Houston
Samuel Houston Mayes
Samuel Worcester
Savanukah
Selu
Sequoia
Sequoia (genus)
Sequoyah
Sequoyah High School (Tahlequah, Oklahoma)
Sequoyah Hills, Tennessee
Sequoyah Research Center
Sequoyah's Cabin
Shamanism
Sharon Irla
Shell money
Smithsonian Institution
Smoking pipe (tobacco)
Sonny Sixkiller
Southeastern Ceremonial Complex
Southeastern Indian Artists Association
Sovereign immunity
Spider Grandmother
Spiro Mounds
Stacy Leeds
Stand Watie
Standing Turkey
State of Sequoyah
Stereotypes of Native Americans in North America
Stillwell Saunooke
Stomp dance
Swain County, North Carolina
Sycamore Shoals
Syllabary
Tagwadihi
Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Tahlonteeskee
Talmadge Davis
Tanasi
Tecumseh
Tecumseh's War
Tellico Blockhouse
Tennessee
Tenskwatawa
Texas–Indian wars
The Bowl (Cherokee chief)
The red road
Thomas Buffington
Timeline of Cherokee history
Tobacco
Tommy Wildcat
Tomotley
Traditional medicine
Trail of Tears
Trance
Transliteration
Transylvania (colony)
Treaty of Bird's Fort
Treaty of Hard Labour
Treaty of Holston
Treaty of Hopewell
Treaty of Lochaber
Treaty of New Echota
Treaty of Tellico
Tribal chief
Tribe
Tsali
Tugaloo
Turkeytown (Cherokee town)
United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians
Unto These Hills
W. W. Keeler
Wampum
Wannabe
Watauga Association
Wes Studi
Whitepath
Wild onion dinner
Will Rogers
Will Rogers, Jr.
William Charles Rogers
William Hicks (Cherokee chief)
William Holland Thomas
William P. Ross
William Penn Adair
William Sanders (writer)
Wilma Mankiller
Witch doctor
Worcester v. Georgia
Yonaguska