Pictures from my trip to the Cherokee Nation Festival 2001.
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Pictures from the Cherokee Nation Heritage Center...

A quote from one the soldiers who observed the Cherokees on the "Road Where They Cried" (Trail of Tears).

Three columns from the original Cherokee Female's Seminary. This was the first women's school west of the Mississippi.

Pictures from the Cherokee Holiday Parade, September 1, 2001...

The start of the Parade

Grand Marshall Larry Adair, Speaker of the House, Oklahoma House of Representatives. According to my mother, he is a distant cousin. But, then again, most Cherokees are...

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad "Corntassel" Smith waving at the crowd

The Eastern Band of Cherokees sent a delegation from North Carolina.

Some of the finalists for Miss Cherokee 2001.

Little Miss Cherokee

The Tahlequah Marching Band

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