Environmental Award Winner Mark Warren Presents "The Cherokees of Southern Appalachia" at The Booth Western Art Museum
From the venue:
Categories: Eastern Cherokee History
This program reveals how the land of Southern Appalachia dictated the culture of the Cherokees. The daily life of this tribe was guided by an intimacy and reverence for nature that our present white culture has not tried to emulate. The result of this oversight is revealed in our lack of understanding about the forest and in the careless treatment of the environment. Learn about Cherokee crafts, weapons, hunting techniques, philosophies, religion, clothing, tools, foods, medicines, and games. Lunch will be available for $12 plus tax. No outside food or beverages allowed. Reservations are required in advance if planning to join for lunch. Without a reservation for lunch, you will only be able to enjoy the talk. Deadline to register for lunch is August 3, 12:00 pm ET. We have you covered if you are unable to attend the in-person event we will stream LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page.