Interviewees include a great range of informants from native speakers of cherokee with extensive knowledge of traditional fishing methods to euro american english speakers whose families have lived in north carolina for many generations and know about contemporary fishing practices in the area. Cherokee identity as revealed in fishing methods and materialsin eastern cherokee fishing life histories folktales and reminiscences about fish gathered from interviews with cherokee and non cherokee people provide a clear and personal picture of the changes in the qualla boundary eastern band of the cherokee in the last 75 yearscoupled with documentary research these ethnographic . Culture and enrollment many people want to know about becoming a tribal member based on having a relative of cherokee descent enrollment in the eastern band of cherokee indians is governed by cherokee code chapter 49 enrollment and restricts enrollment. The qualla boundary is the home of the eastern band of the cherokee indians the eastern band of cherokee do not live on a reservation which is land given to a native american tribe by the federal government instead in the 1800s the tribal members purchased 57000 acres of property this land called the qualla boundary is owned by the eastern band of the cherokee and kept in trust by . Eastern cherokee fishing heidi m altman home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create contemporary american indian studies
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