Talohoah Momah in Choctaw means, "they are still singing." Booklet and CD with Introductory explanation and songs. Also has Lords Prayer and 23rd Psalm in Choctaw. Price includes shipping.
CD with numbers and how to tell time in the Cherokee language. Instructions show English, pronunciation and Syllabary.
Written in 1970 by Ed Sharpe and revised in 2005, this 32 pg illustrated book gives an overview of the Cherokee, their culture & government, plus foods, weapons, etc. Price includes shipping.
Anthony Martin presents a beautiful recording of the Lord's Prayer in Cherokee with translation. Also included is Amazing Grace on the flute and the legend of how a Cherokee chief was chosen.
DVD contains 3 restored historical films on Indian life of 100 years ago. Filmed in 1913, 1916 and 1921. Price includes shipping.
A great brief history of the Cherokee people of North Carolina from ancient times until removal by Tom Underwood. 48 illustrated pages. Price incudes shipping.
Illustrated booklet in English and Cherokee with CD. Daniel and Driver Pheasant of the Qualla Boundary in North Carolina tell the legend of the giant Inchworm. Shipping included in price.
America's darkest period: Jackson's Indian Removal Act and the forced relocation of the Cherokee in 1838. Presented by Wes Studi, narrated by James Earl Jones. w/ James Garner, Crystal Gayle & others.
Six stories of the Abenaki tribe of northern New England. Joseph Bruchac is a noted historian and writer of Abenaki descent and a mesmerizing storyteller! Price includes shipping.
Rita Coolidge with her sister Priscilla and Priscilla's daughter Laura Satterfield perform an inspirational concert for not just Cherokees but all who love beautiful harmonies and music. One hour DVD.