Medicine Man Crafts UPDATE concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Greetings dear friends and family. Just as everyone is closing their doors to stop the virus spread, we too have closed our brick-and-mortar storefront until it is deemed safe to reopen. However, in the meantime, we want to remain as helpful and available as possible. You may contact us by email (medicinemancrafts@me.com) or direct message on Facebook. We are still taking orders from our website (medicinemancrafts.com) and facebook (facebook.com/medicinemancrafts), and have a wide selection of herbals for your well-being during this isolation period. Here are some that we thought might be helpful and are readily available: Herbal tinctures, oils and salves by Kathy’s Garden: https://medicinemancrafts.com/search?q=Kathy%27s+Garden Anti-viral soaps, mists and oils by Grandmother’s Traditions: https://medicinemancrafts.com/search?q=Anti-viral White Sage smudge sticks: https://medicinemancrafts.com/search?q=white+sage+bundle Yellowroot bundles: https://medicinemancrafts.com/products/yellow-root-bundle?_pos=1&_sid=cf03098ae&_ss=r GIFT CARD: https://medicinemancrafts.com/products/gift-card We’re wishing everyone health and safety through this trying storm. Take care of yourselves and remember, this too shall pass! Ed Sharpe Owner, Medicine Man Crafts
Medicine Man Crafts UPDATE concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Greetings dear friends and family. Just as everyone is closing their doors to stop the virus spread, we too have closed our brick-and-mortar storefront until it is deemed safe to reopen. However, in the meantime, we want to remain as helpful and available as possible. You may contact us by email (medicinemancrafts@me.com) or direct message on Facebook. We are still taking orders from our website (medicinemancrafts.com) and facebook (facebook.com/medicinemancrafts), and have a wide selection of herbals for your well-being during this isolation period. Here are some that we thought might be helpful and are readily available: Herbal tinctures, oils and salves by Kathy’s Garden: https://medicinemancrafts.com/search?q=Kathy%27s+Garden Anti-viral soaps, mists and oils by Grandmother’s Traditions: https://medicinemancrafts.com/search?q=Anti-viral White Sage smudge sticks: https://medicinemancrafts.com/search?q=white+sage+bundle Yellowroot bundles: https://medicinemancrafts.com/products/yellow-root-bundle?_pos=1&_sid=cf03098ae&_ss=r GIFT CARD: https://medicinemancrafts.com/products/gift-card We’re wishing everyone health and safety through this trying storm. Take care of yourselves and remember, this too shall pass! Ed Sharpe Owner, Medicine Man Crafts
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Cherokee Heritage Trails Guidebook
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Cherokee Heritage Trails Guidebook

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Barbara R. Duncan & Brett H. Riggs

Enriched by Cherokee voices, this guidebook offers a unique journey into the lands and culture of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in the mountains of North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. Every year millions of tourists visit these mountains, drawn by the region's great natural beauty and diverse cultural traditions. Many popular aspects of Cherokee culture are readily apparent; beneath the surface, however, lies a deeper Cherokee heritage--rooted in sacred places, community ties, storytelling, folk arts, and centuries of history.

Cherokee Heritage Trails Guidebook is your introduction to this vibrant world. The book is organized around seven geographical hubs or communities within the original Cherokee homeland. Each chapter covers sites, side trips, scenic drives, and events. Cherokee stories, history, poems, and philosophy enrich the text and reveal the imagination of Cherokees past and present.

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian in Cherokee, North Carolina, is the main interpretive center for the Cherokee Heritage Trails. Among the many other featured sites are Kituhwa Mound, origin of the mother town of the Cherokees; Junaluska Memorial and Museum, with a preserved gravesite and medicine plant trail; and Unicoi Turnpike Trail, part of the Trail of Tears and one of sixteen national millennium trails in the United States.


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