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        Native Traditions, Past and Present | Georgia Stories

        Modern Cherokee Indians struggle to hold on to their ancient traditions and crafts. How can we know anything about prehistoric cultures when written language did not exist to pass information along to succeeding generations? Cherokees Freeman Owle, a stone carver, Amanda Swimmer, a potter, and Driver Pheasant, a storyteller know how. They teach their art and stories to the next generation, passing down cultural traditions so they will survive.

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