Volume 2 No. 4

Volume: 
2
Number: 
4
Issue: 
Summer
Year: 
1975
Price: 
$20 each

Special Issue: New Perspectives on the Cherokees. "Foreword" and "Introduction: Reassessing Cherokee Studies" by Burton L. Purrington (guest editor), "The Mythico-Religious Origin of the Cherokees" by Duane H. King and Laura H. King, "The Reawakening of the Cherokees" by Hawk Littlejohn, "Cultural Identity for the Modern Cherokees" by Gilliam Jackson, "A Note on the District Boundaries of the Cherokee Nation" by Douglas Wilms, "The European Perspective and Cherokee Law" by John Phillip Reid, "The Quaker Era of Cherokee Indian Education, 1880-1892" by Sharlotte Neely, "Contemporary Usage of Native Plant Foods by the Eastern Cherokees" by Max E. White, "More Than Mere Work: The Substinence System of Oklahoma's Cherokee Indians" by Albert L. Wahrhaftig, "The Drunken Indian Stereotype and the Eastern Cherokees" by Laurence French and Renitia Bertoluzzi, and "Comments" by Laura H. King. Fiction and poetry by Joyce Rockwood ("Let Us Speak of Beauty"), Paul Merchant ("Cherokee Relics"), and Lewis W. Green ("Sam Welch Is not the Name of a White Man"). (Out of print. Available as spiral-bound photocopy.)

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Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
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