They Call Me Eddie Morrison: Cherokee National Treasure

They Call Me Eddie Morrison: Cherokee National Treasure is more than just a biography: it is the striking tale of a man compelled to honor a gift given to him "from the Creator." His tools are wood, stone, and his own heart, and his mission is just as simple - to embrace the past and inspire the future. With over gifty photographs and a foreword by Bill John Baker, principal chief of the Cherokee Indian Nation, this priceless volume follows Morrison from his humble beginnings all the way to the night that he was awarded a prestigious honor: being recognized as a Cherokee National Treasure.

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