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    What Tickles Your Funny Bone?

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    There are many different uses for the phrase "funny bone". Normally, when someone speaks of the funny bone, we tend to think of the medical aspect of it. The funny bone, medically known as the ulnar nerve, runs down the length of the arm into the...

  • Music and the Cherokee Indians

    Music and the Cherokee Indians

    9 years ago

    The music of the Native Americans is as vast and diverse as those who create it. Each tribe has its own musical approach and style that has been passed down from generation to generation. It is the center of Native American culture and is used in...

  • The Cherokee Stomp Dance

    The Cherokee Stomp Dance

    9 years ago

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  • The Seven Clans of the Cherokee

    The Seven Clans of the Cherokee

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  • Sequoyah and the Cherokee Language

    Sequoyah and the Cherokee Language

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  • History of the Trail of Tears Removal of the Cherokee

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  • History of the Cherokee Indians

    History of the Cherokee Indians

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    9 years ago

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