|Scope & Content||
Photocopy of Thelma Sharman Brown's book By Way of Cherokee.
In "By Way of Cherokee" Thelma Sharman Brown includes interviews with various people living on the Qualla Boundary in 1944. Among the topics discussed are health problems, religion, Cherokee Indian Fair, Cherokee Boarding School, industry, and the tribal council.
(Photocopy: 127 pp. Atlanta: Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention.)
alcohol pp. 76-78.
baptismal scene in Cherokee p. 81.
Carlisle Indian School p. 116.
Cherokee Boarding School pp. 47-52.
Cherokee Indian Fair pp. 47, 57-58.
Cherokee Indian Hospital pp. 52-57.
Chilocco Indian School p. 96 churches pp. 72-75.
Collier era pp. 45-46.
council pp. 40-41.
farming p. 57.
health problems pp, 54-56.
industry pp. 41-42.
jail p. 76.
Little People p. 84.
missionaries pp. 61-71.
removal pp. 64-67.
stickball pp. 58-60, 84-86.
Tsali's story p. 34.
Zion Hill Church p. 80.
|Title||By Way of Cherokee|
|Collection||By Way of Cherokee|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|