When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

cherokee

Collection by Jean finn

3k 
Pins
 • 
319 
Followers
jean finn
Hopi Indian Holding a Kachina Doll The Hopi or "Peaceful People" are very industrious farmers and craftsmen. The Balhiknana Kachina is a beautiful specimen, which is a minature duplicate of Hopi Indian Dancers. Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Native American Crafts, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Native Art, Navajo

Hopi Indian Holding a Kachina Doll

The Hopi or "Peaceful People" are very industrious farmers and craftsmen. The Balhiknana Kachina is a beautiful specimen, which is a minature duplicate of Hopi Indian Dancers. Pub. by R.W. Fronske, Flagstaff, Ariz. Genuine Natural Color. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y.

Cherokee Indian tradition and legend of an ancient white race of mound builders Vikings, Mound Builders, Celtic Culture, Iron Age, Ancient History, Ancient Ruins, Illustrations, American Indians, American History

Cherokee Legends of White Race of Mound Builders

Cherokee Indian tradition and legend of an ancient white race of mound builders

Changing the Face of Medicine Mature Student, Native American Photos, Native Indian, Medical School, Young Children, Family Life, Cherokee, Role Models, How To Become

Changing the Face of Medicine | FrancesOwl-Smith

Frances Owl-Smith, M.D., is the first woman of the Eastern Band Cherokee to become a physician, and a role model for her children and her tribe. She attended medical school as a mature student, inspired to set a good example for her young children, and has shaped her career in medicine to accommodate the needs of family life and fulfil her professional ambitions at the same time.

This is an image of the Cherokee people in Scuffletown and Henderson Kentucky. Historical Women, Historical Photos, Henderson Kentucky, Cherokee Nation, Cherokee Indians, Creepy Ghost, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Strange History

Visit These 12 Creepy Ghost Towns In Kentucky At Your Own Risk

When people think about ghost towns, the west usually comes to mind, but Kentucky has a few too. Here are 12 Bluegrass Ghost Towns that should be remembered.

March Richard Henderson’s Transylvania Company purchased much of the land that is now Kentucky and Tennessee from the Cherokee through a treaty signed at Sycamore Shoals on the Watauga River. North Carolina History, American Revolutionary War, My Old Kentucky Home, Family Roots, My Ancestors, Appalachian Mountains, East Tennessee, Great Pictures, Revolutionaries

Richard Henderson and the Transylvania Company

On March 17, 1775, Richard Henderson’s Transylvania Company purchased much of the land that is now Kentucky and Tennessee from the Cherokee through a treaty signed at Sycamore Shoals on the Watauga…

Martin Van Buren was the eighth President of the U. Before his presidency, he was the V. and secretary of state both under Andrew Jackson. He was the only American President to speak English as a second language (his first was Dutch). Perfume Carolina Herrera, List Of Presidents, American Presidents, Us History, American History, Church History, History Class, Teaching History, Presidential History

22 Things You Probably Never Knew About The Presidents

Who knew? We all have our quirks, but if the current crop of candidates are too much to handle JetBlue’s got you covered with Election Protection 2012. Vote online and if your presidential candidate doesn’t win, don’t worry. Here’s your chance to get out of the country with a free flight from JetBlue. Register now at www.jetblue.com/electionprotection.