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    • mandishanell ☮

      The Cherokees called themselves the Ani-Yun' wiya meaning leading or principal people. The original Cherokees lived early times in Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia - The state of Tennessee was named after a Cherokee Indian village called Tanasi. Tanasi was also the Cherokee word for the river.

    • Kathleen Ryan

      Seal of the Cherokee Nation

    • Jolly Ollie

      Seal of the Cherokee Nation ▬ Please visit my Facebook page at:

    • Sarah Forshaw

      My next tattoo to go on my left shoulder. The seal of the Cherokee nation

    • MooMe MamaBrew

      Cherokee. Seals for the Eastern and Southern Bands exists separely also.

    • Cindy Mcmahan

      I am Native American Cherokee...peace, cindy

    • Victoria  Troglen Haynes

      Cherokee Indian Symbols | The Cherokee Seal

    • Rosemary

      Southern Cherokee Nation Seal Patch

    • Alicia Beauchamp

      My Seal For My Cherokee Heritage

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    "The Cherokee National Holiday in Tahlequah celebrates the signing of the Cherokee Nation Constitution in 1839.  This annual event is a celebration of Cherokee heritage and cultural awareness.  The Cherokee National Holiday attracts visitors from across the United States as well as from around the world.  The three-day holiday is full of activities for all ages..."