- Smallpox, war and American Indians
- Utah’s Navajos are leading a push to create the Bears Ears National Conservation Area
- Government returns confiscated eagle feathers to tribal religious leader after 9 years
- Consensus Classification of California Indian Languages
- Indigenous Languages Spoken in the United States by Location and Number of Fluent Speakers
- 86 languages indigenous to California
- 178 indigenous languages in the US are endangered
- Customs agents lack cultural awareness and respect for Indian tribes along the US-Canadian border
- Tribes prohibiting gay marriage
- Are you related to the Aztecs?
- Tribes Win Landmark Child Welfare Case
- $975,000 grant to get more Native Americans into health care fields
- Pueblo Revolt of 1680
- Tiguex War
- Bloody Island Massacre
Cherokee name for their language: Tsalagi (Cherokee)
Cherokee Name for the Cherokee people: Aniyvwiya (the people)
Online Cherokee Translation Tool:
Listen to Cherokee pronunciation by native Cherokee speakers.
More Cherokee language resources:
by Ruth Bradley Holmes and Betty Sharp Smith
This book has cassette tapes that go with it and give the pronounciations for all the Tsalagi words in the lessons. Considering how important pitch is in Cherokee, I recommend such audio resources.
Easy to use Cherokee Dictionary
Another wonderful book is the trade size volume by Prentice Robinson, a bilingual speaker of Cherokee, and teacher of the language. This book really is very easy to use and a great resource.
For more information, write to the
Cherokee Language and Culture Center
4158 East 48th Place
Tulsa, OK 24135-4739