Ethnobiology

Plants and animals have always held places of importance to the Cherokee people. Many plants were and continue to be important to the traditional Cherokee way of life. Animals are also an integral and highly symbolic part of our existence.

General Contact
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Documents

 TitleSize
Bald Eagle1.04 MB
Black Walnut1.57 MB
Blackberry1.48 MB
Bloodroot1.57 MB
Blue Heron1.92 MB
Buckbrush1.84 MB
Cardinal1.61 MB
Cottonmouth2.06 MB
Cottontail2.05 MB
Dogwood1.15 MB
Eastern Red Cedar1.95 MB
Gray Squirrel1.57 MB
Great Egret2.56 MB
Huckleberry1.77 MB
Osage Orange1.46 MB
Persimmon2.24 MB
Planting Guide (PDF 385kb)372.40 KB
Rattlesnake Master2.23 MB
Red Oak1.98 MB
Red-tailed Hawk1.80 MB
River Cane2.58 MB
Shagbark1.82 MB
Snowy Egret1.70 MB
Watercress2.29 MB
White-tailed Deer2.68 MB