Elohi... The Cherokee Oral History
November 15, 2011
Jacquie Archambeau, an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation will talk about "Elohi," which is the Cherokee Oral History. The oral history traces migration, warfare, contact with other cultures and a vision of the future. Resources for Cherokee genealogy at the Santa Clara Central Park Library will be shared.
The Santa Clara County Historical & Genealogical Socicty is sponsoring this program for the Library.
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