They did not live entirely from farming and hunting like the Mississippians to their
west, though - Cherokee people kept on getting a lot of their food from ...
Community is an important part of Cherokee culture, from ancient times until now,
and food has always been a way to bring the community together. Many tribal ...
Soon, the Cherokee way of life returned and families were hunting, and gathering
their food again. Cherokee traditional foods may have changed over a period ...
25 CHEROKEE RECIPES. From Momfeather Erickson. I do not .... Some natural
food stores carry sassafrass root in a dried form. It will resemble wood chips (the
Food. The Cherokee were farming people. Cherokee women did most of the
farming, harvesting crops of corn, beans, squash, and ...
Feb 23, 2014 ... The Cherokee Indians lived in villages, usually located near a river. The
Cherokee ... Cherokee hunters used bows and arrows to shoot and kill ...
The women made sure they planted enough crops to provide food for two years.
Hunting & Fishing: The Cherokee were wonderful hunters. Legend says .
Traditionally, people of the Cherokee Nation enjoyed a staple food diet that
included the "three sisters," or corn, beans, potatoes and squash. Meat staples of
Cherokee women did the majority of the farming while the Cherokee men did the
majority of the hunting. Together, they provided enough food to feed their ...
Food Use of Wild Plants by Cherokee Indians. Myra Jean Perry. University of
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