Jun 252015
 

Over the centuries, since the Cherokee people’s first contact with Europeans, there have been many attempts to preserve the pre-Columbian culture.  It seems that the more passionate attempts met with the most tragic demise while the more casual and indirect acquaintances have survived.  I point to the encounters and reports by European adventurers, traders, priests or ethnographers whose works, notes, and books have successfully preserved hints of the culture, albeit from a foreign perspective.  James Adair is a prime example.

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