SEQUOYAH COUNTY – On a breezy afternoon in Sequoyah County, tribal leaders gathered at a newly purchased swath of countryside as Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. signed into law the Park and Wildlands, Fishing and Hunting Reserve Act of 2021.
The Cherokee Phoenix Breakdown is back with its second episode in 2021 of the Cherokee Phoenix’s virtual roundtable discussion that highlights significant topics in the Cherokee Nation and Indian Country, and elaborates on their impact as it relates to Native people. This episode is a celebr…
TAHLEQUAH – On Feb. 21, 1828, the first issue of the Cherokee Phoenix was published in New Echota, Georgia. It was the first Native American newspaper in the country and was printed in both English and Cherokee utilizing Sequoyah’s syllabary.
TAHLEQUAH – Beading is an art that has been passed down from generation to generation in Emma Washee-Gutierrez’s family. She took interest in beading at around 11 years old and found a passion for it as a teenager.
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