On this episode of Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People, Perry Vanbuskirk passes on the knowledge and weaponry of our ancestors. Also, meet teenage blacksmith Brendan Crotty and the director of the Cherokee National Youth Choir, Mary Kay Henderson.
Cherokee national treasure Perry Vanbuskirk passes on the knowledge and weaponry of our ancestors.
Cherokee citizen Brendan Crotty is a teenage blacksmith keeping the metalworking traditions of old, mixed with 21st century technology.
Meet Mary Kay Henderson, director of the Cherokee National Youth Choir. She is leading the next generation Cherokee ambassadors through music and the Cherokee language.
Learn about the Cherokee involvement in the historic gold rush of the west.
Cherokee elder and speaker Lawrence Panther gets back to basics teaching the Cherokee syllabary with help from a Cherokee Immersion Charter School student.