Cherokee History, Myths and Sacred Formulas is a reprint by Cherokee Publications, The Museum of the Cherokee Indian and Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual of the classic James Mooney reports, Myths of the Cherokee (1900) and Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees (1891). Both reports are reproduced in their entirety. They were first released in the 19th and 7th Annual Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology. This new reprint contains a Foreword from Principal Chief Michell Hicks of the Eastern Band of Cherokees. The new introduction was produced by The Museum of the Cherokee Indian.
Cherokee - English A-B-C Coloring Book with words in English and Cherokee includes a full page for each letter of the English alphabet. The author and illustrator, Daniel Pennington, creates an ABC colouring book that incorporates a Cherokee word translation for each letter of the alphabet. Although some words selected are problematic such as the letter 'I' representing Indian, the author provides an explanatory definition of the word's origin. Each English word has a corresponding Cherokee term along with a short explanation.
The Secrets and Mysteries of the Cherokee Little People, Yunwi Tsunsdi' is written and illustrated by Lynn King Lossiah and published by Cherokee Publications. This book tells about the Yun wi Tsunsdi' (the Little People of the Cherokee), the small mystical beings that played a vital part in traditional Cherokee life and culture. Reading Level: 6.2.
Finger Weaving: Indian Braiding is a 48-page handbook about the art of finger weaving. The experienced weaver, Alta Turner, takes the novice through 16 projects of finger weaving. Providing detailed step-by-step instructions she begins with basic information about this flat braiding including methods and materials. The first technique is the diagonal stripe pattern for a belt. The book builds on this and provides details for creating chevron, double chevron, diamond, double diamond, lightning, double diamond, and arrowhead designs.