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Cherokee Almanac: Sam Houston Adopted by Cherokees

November 7, 2015

Learn about Sam Houston's unique relationship with the Cherokees. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac, The Emissaries of Peace

October 10, 2015

A look back to the so-called Emissaries of Peace: the 1762 Cherokee Delegation to London. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: The Cherokee Outlet and Land Rush of 1893

September 12, 2015

Learn how the Cherokee Nation's connection to the largest land run in U.S. history. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: Stand Watie’s Ceasefire

August 15, 2015

Archivists at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah discover a hand-written cease fire agreement that essentially ended the American Civil War. Watch now

New Echota, The Cherokee Nation’s First Capitol

July 11, 2015

New Echota, The Cherokee Nation's First Capitol Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: Brainerd Mission Cemetery

July 11, 2015

Reverend Daniel Butrick was a missionary to the Cherokees in the 1830s in present-day Chattanooga, Tennessee. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: Mary Golda Ross

June 14, 2015

Mary Golda Ross, Cherokee Mathematician Who Helped Put a Man on the Moon Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: The US Congressional Cemetery

May 17, 2015

A glimpse into the life of WIlliam Shorey Coodey, a Cherokee citizen buried in the Congressional Cemetery in Washington D.C. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: Will Rogers’ Broadway Debut

April 12, 2015

Before he became the famous "Cherokee Kid," Will Rogers was known as "Lariat Bill." In this Cherokee Almanac we learn about an unlikely turn of events during his Broadway debut. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: The Cherokee Female Seminary

March 15, 2015

The Cherokee Female Seminary burned on Easter weekend of 1887. Watch now

Cherokee Almanac: The First Telephone

February 16, 2015

A look back at the first phone line in the Cherokee Nation and what is now the state of Oklahoma. Watch now