Cherokee News Path

Two-thirds of Cherokees fought with the Union against the Confederacy during the Civil War.
— Source: Cherokee Nation History Department

Principal Chief Chadwick “Corntassel” Smith
Principal Deputy Chief Joe Grayson, Jr.

Cherokee Elections – Election Commission
Citizen Status Changes – Know the Truth
Myths and Facts regarding Cherokee Citizenship
Cherokee Nation Press Kit ~ Citizen Status Changes

Cherokee At Large Voters League
The Cherokee At Large Voters League invites all Cherokee Nation citizens who live outside of the Cherokee Nation to join us at our site.

For those in the area, the Cherokee Nation Radio Show is back!
The program airs on KEOK 101.7 FM / KTLQ-1350 AM, Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Tune in to hear Cherokee artists, storytellers, and other cultural and historical facts about our great Nation!

The Cherokee Heritage Calendar
Contact Susan Thomas Underwood
Underwood Studios ~ O-SI-Yo Truthart
Delaware, OK ~ Toll free: 877-249-2301

Native Women’s Cooperative Project, OK
The NWCP works with Cherokee artisans in fourteen counties in Oklahoma.

AICCO Asks You to “Support Our Troops”
American Indian Chamber of Commerce of OK The AICCO urges you to support the brave service men and women who have committed their lives in service to our country.

Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma

National Living Treasure Nominations

National Living Treasure Nominations

Sought by Cherokee National Holiday Committee Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma, News TAHLEQUAH, OK – The Cherokee National Holiday committee is seeking nominations for the fifteenth annual National Living Treasures awards. The awards will be presented during the 50th Cherokee National Holiday,...
Chronology of Events in the Cherokee Nation Crisis

Chronology of Events in the Cherokee Nation Crisis

Birth of the Cherokee Constitutional Crisis Chronologies, timelines, news stories and press releases about the Cherokee Nation constitutional crisis began with the serving of the search warrant at the tribal complex on Feb. 25, ignoring the action or inaction that...
Cherokee Information & Resources

Cherokee Information & Resources

“It should be remembered that hundreds of people of African ancestry also walked the Trail of Tears with the Cherokee during the forced removal of 1838-1839. Although we know about the terrible human suffering of our native people and the …