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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Sisters enjoy creating Cherokee art together
The exhibit “Cecil Dick: Father of Cherokee Art” will run to March 14 at the Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah. It was originally scheduled to run until Jan. 31. COURTESY
The special exhibit will be on display through March 14 in Tahlequah.
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Feathered capes and other Cherokee clothing from a period before Cherokee people came in contact with white settlers are on display inside the Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
A crowd lines up to view the inside of the Cherokee National History Museum that opened Aug. 8 with a ceremony in the Cherokee National Peace Pavilion across the street from the museum in Tahlequah. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Tours give students a firsthand look at area Cherokee culture and history.
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Cherokee Nation Language Program Manager Roy Boney uses Cherokee syllabary on a smartphone. The CN and Rogers State University Public TV are teaming up to launch the first televised Cherokee language learning course beginning Jan. 13. COURTESY
TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation and Rogers State University Public TV are teaming up to launch the first televised Cherokee language learning course beginning Jan. 13.
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The Cherokee Phoenix is hosting an art contest for children in grades first through eighth to draw and submit their interpretations of the Cherokee Phoenix banner. All entries must be submitted by March 13. ARCHIVE
The grand prize winner will get a $100 gift card and his or her design on a youth T-shirt available for purchase at the 2020 Cherokee National Holiday.
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Lila Beaver, of Vinita, wins three handmade baskets created by Muscogee (Creek) artist Merle “Cate” Fritz.
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The group will meet at 12:30 p.m. in the Community Ballroom behind the Restaurant of the Cherokee.
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Cherokee Nation citizen Faye Askew, of Ponca City, holds a genealogical report of her Cherokee ancestry that was compiled by genealogist David Hampton. Askew won the report during a Cherokee Phoenix drawing in early December. COURTESY
Faye Askew won a free Cherokee genealogical report for participating in the Cherokee Phoenix’s November subscription drive.
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Crews continue work on the First Americans Museum on Dec. 12 during a hard hat tour of construction of the FAM in Oklahoma City. The FAM, formerly known as the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, is set to open in the spring of 2021. CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN VIA AP
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The long-awaited American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City is getting a new name.
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The Symposium on the American Indian will be held April 13-18 centered on the theme, “Visionaries of Indian Country.”
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Cherokee speakers will meet at 12:30 p.m. in the Community Ballroom behind the Restaurant of the Cherokee.
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Appointments can be made until Dec. 15 for the Dec. 17 and Jan. 7 audition dates.
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