This site has a lot of history of the Eastern Cherokee of Georgia. It also has a store where you can buy Cherokee products, such as hand-made flutes. If you are interested in learning about the Cherokee language as spoken in Georgia, they also have tapes and books that can be purchased. This is a very interesting site. I like going there to hear some of audio features incorporated in the site.
This is the official website of the Cherokee Nation. It carries news, community updates, links for online/offline learning centers if you want to learn the Cherokee language as spoken in Oklahoma. It basically is a portal into the Cherokee Organization. They also have a page for kids, with interactive games teaching some of the basic Cherokee language-both written and spoken. You can also get books and tapes here.
This is a compilation of Native American authors. If you want to know if there are any authors who are Osage, click on "O," scroll down to "Osage," and a list of books will appear. These will be either written by an Osage author, or written about the Osage Tribe. There will also be a list of links pertaining to that tribe, if any. This is where I found the two links listed above for the Cherokee.
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