An Oral History of Tahlequah and The Cherokee Nation

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Overview
These pages are filled with memories and favorite tales that capture the essence of life in the Cherokee Nation. Ms. Duvall invites the reader to follow the tribe from its pre-historic days in the southeast, to early 20th century life in the Cookson Hills of Oklahoma. Learn about Pretty Woman, who had the power over life and death, or the mystical healing springs of Tahlequah. Spend some time with U.S. Deputy Marshals as they roam the old Cherokee Nation in pursuit of Indian Territory outlaws like Zeke Proctor and Charlie Wickliffe, or wander the famous haunted places where ghost horses still travel an ancient trail and the spirits of long-dead Spaniards still search for gold.
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ISBN: 9780738507828
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Date:
State: Oklahoma
Series: Voices of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Deborah L. Duvall was born and raised in Tahlequah, where she continues to live and work. These fascinating stories and images were collected from a variety of families in The Cherokee Nation to commemorate an ancient people and their traditions.
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