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'Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People' Season 4 DVD Set

“Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People”
Season 4 DVD Set

Take home all your favorite stories from the fourth season of “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People.” The Emmy-winning series, hosted by Cherokee Nation citizen and journalist Jennifer Loren, features Cherokee history, language, traditions and culture as told by the Cherokee people themselves.

Each two-disc DVD set includes “Let’s Talk Cherokee” lessons with an emphasis on learning the Cherokee syllabary. Then, go back in time with the “Cherokee Almanac" to learn more about prominent people and moments in Cherokee history.

$24.98

!! 40% OFF !! 2019 Cherokee National Holiday Shirt

It's time, once again, to grab your official Cherokee National Holiday Shirt!!
The 67th Cherokee National Holiday theme is “Rising Together.” The theme is colorfully represented in this year’s official Cherokee National Holiday t-shirt design by Cherokee National Treasure Dan Mink.

“Rising Together” signifies each Cherokee citizen’s role in the continued progress of building a brighter future. At the design center is the Cherokee Nation Seal with a dark line leading from the right, symbolizing our Cherokee ancestors’ path from the southeast on the Trail of Tears.
The 49 lines radiating from the seal symbolize the number seven and the tribe’s custom of considering the impact of a decision on the next seven generations. The seven alternating red, yellow, black and white color bands represent the traditional Cherokee colors and seven clans of the Cherokee people. The 14 southeast symbols represent the 14 counties in the tribe’s jurisdiction. The eight rings on the outer edge represent Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden’s eight years in office.
Unisex. 100% Cotton. Shirt color is Navy Blue.

$16.00 $9.60

2019 Cherokee Phoenix Homecoming Shirt

Designed by Mallory Taylor, this year Cherokee Phoenix Homecoming shirt features a phoenix and three women who represent the Three Sisters agricultural crops – winter squash, corn and beans.
Taylor – who is Cherokee/Osage/Blackfoot/Crow and lives in Bentonville, Arkansas – said the three crops benefit one another when planted together and that she wanted to symbolize the way Indigenous communities build, support and love one another.
Above the design in the Cherokee syllabary are the words “Cherokee Phoenix.” Below the image in English are the words “CHEROKEE HOMECOMING” as well as “2019” and Taylor’s signature. Also, the Cherokee Phoenix logo will be on a sleeve.

Unisex. 100% Cotton.

$20.00

2019 Remember the Removal T-Shirt

Help celebrate the 35th anniversary of the first "Remember the Removal" bike ride with this special shirt! This year's shirt celebrates the original 1984 artwork by Tom Fields.
First done in 1984 and then started again as an annual event in 2009, the 950-mile bike ride helps Cherokee youth connect with their past and understand the struggle our Cherokee ancestors endured during the Trail of Tears.
Proceeds from the shirt help with expenses of the bike ride, such as equipment, for each rider.

Unisex. 90/10 Cotton/Poly blend.
$15.00

Cherokee Nation Flag

This 3' X 5', outdoor flag is the same size flag that the Cherokee Nation flies at all locations. Flag includes metal grommets for displaying on flagpole.
100% Nylon


$45.00

Cherokee Nation Pendleton Star Robe

New Pendleton blanket featuring the Cherokee Nation seven pointed star and the words "Cherokee Nation" and "One Fire" in both Cherokee and English.

Design created by Dan Mink.

82%/18% Wool/Cotton. Measures 64" x 80".
$275.00

Cherokee Nation: A History of Survival, Self-Determination, and Identity

"In this survey of Cherokee history, the authors have used select stories and key leaders to trace the challenges and opportunities that have shaped tribal identity. The narrative spans more than four centuries with an emphasis on individual leadership, the struggle for internal unity, and the fight against the forces that attempted to destroy the sovereignty of the Cherokee Nation. Hopefully, the reader will connect the dots of history to gain a better understanding of what it means to be a Cherokee in the Twenty-first Century."

Authors:
Dr. Bob Blackburn, executive director of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Dr. Duane King, former director of the Helmerich Research Center at the Gilcrease Museum.
Dr. Neil Morton, retired educator who has worked with leaders in the Cherokee Nation since W.W. Keeler.

Designer:
Roy Boney, Jr., award winning Cherokee artist, who joined the book project as designer and production assistant.

$39.95

Instinct T-Shirt

Follow your instinct and grab this lightweight, comfortable shirt featuring a wolf and "Cherokee" at the bottom.
Unisex. 100% Cotton.

$18.00

Native Pride T-Shirt

Say it without speaking a word by sporting this soft and comfy t-shirt featuring a brushstroke design on a rust color!
Unisex. 100% Cotton.

$12.00

Rustic Cuff - Cherokee Nation - Silver Cuff

Silver stainless steel cuff with Cherokee Nation in Cherokee Syllabary.

Approx. 1/2" wide and 5 3/4" long.
$85.00

Tribal Wolf/Cherokee T-Shirt

This chalky mint shirt is sure to add pop to any wardrobe and features a bold tribal designed wolf face.
Unisex. 100% Ring Spun Cotton.

$18.00

TsaLaGi/Arrows T-Shirt

Crossed arrows and Cherokee syllabary characters spelling "Cherokee" adorn the front of this sage green t-shirt in a simple but bold way.
Unisex. 100% Cotton.

$14.00