award winning non-fiction

Living Stories of the Cherokee
Collected and edited by Barbara R. Duncan with stories by Davy Arch, Robert Bushyhead, Edna Chekelelee, Marie Junaluska, Kathi Littlejohn, and Freeman Owle. The first major collection of Cherokee stories in more than a hundred years.
Received the Thomas Wolfe Literary Award and World Storytelling Award
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Cherokee Heritage Trails Guidebook
by Barbara Duncan and Brett Riggs. More than a hundred sites in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia tell the story of the Cherokee people over the past thousands of years.
All royalties go to the Museum of the Cherokee Indian.
Received the Preserve America Presidential Award and Willie B. Parker Peace History Prize.
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Origin of the Milky Way and Other Living Stories of the Cherokee
Cherokee stories with illustrations, arranged by theme for teachers and students.
Beautiful cover art by Shan Goshorn.
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Where it All Began: Cherokee Creation Stories in Art
Exhibit catalog for art show at Museum of the Cherokee Indian
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Culture, Crisis, and Conflict; Cherokee and British Relations 1756-1765.
ed. Anne F. Rogers and Barbara R. Duncan.
Ten essays by scholars relating to Timberlake's Memoirs and Cherokee events of the time period.
Barbara's essay: "The Cherokee War Dance from Timberlake to the Twenty-First Century."
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