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    • Col. W.H. Thomas (Wil-Usdi')

    • Mooney, James, 1861-1921
    • This picture of William Holland Thomas (1805 - 1893) is from James Mooney's 'Myths of the Cherokee' (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1902). Thomas was a merchant and politician in western North Carolina as well as the agent, attorney, and...
    • Katalsta and daughter Iwi Katalsta

    • Mooney, James, 1861-1921
    • This 1900 photograph from the Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives depicts Cherokee women making pottery. The woman on the left is Katalsta, the daughter of Drowning Bear or Yonaguska, arguably the most prominent chief of the Eastern...
    • Katalsta and daughter Iwi Katalsta

    • Mooney, James, 1861-1921
    • This 1900 photograph from the Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives depicts Cherokee women making pottery. The woman on the left is Katalsta, the daughter of Drowning Bear or Yonaguska, arguably the most prominent chief of the Eastern...
    • Will West Long

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    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

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    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

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    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

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    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

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    • This undated photograph is of Will West Long (1870-1947) who served as an interpreter for ethnologists, James Mooney, Frank Speck, and Franz Olbrechts. Long was born in the remote western North Carolina community of Big Cove. Raised in the...
    • Will West Long

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    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

    • unknown
    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

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    • This undated photograph is of Will West Long (1870-1947) wearing a ceremonial dance mask. Long was born in the remote western North Carolina community of Big Cove. Raised in the traditions of the Cherokee, Long attended Hampton Institute in...
    • Will West Long

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    • This undated photograph is of Will West Long (1870-1947) wearing a ceremonial dance mask. Long was born in the remote western North Carolina community of Big Cove. Raised in the traditions of the Cherokee, Long attended Hampton Institute in...
    • Will West Long

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    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Will West Long

    • unknown
    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. ...
    • Will West Long

    • unknown
    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. ...
    • Will West Long home

    • unknown
    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. Long...
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-05-03

    • Garza, Amy Ammons; Cain, Doreyl Ammons; Crowe, Shawn; Rhodes, Judy;
    • Amy begins with “Stories Passed Down,” recalling a story that her uncle Sterlen told her mother about how he saved his father during a plowing accident. “Almost Home” accompanies the story. Doreyl hosts Wally Avett of Murphy on Creative Corner. He...
    • Will West Long

    • unknown
    • This photograph was taken at the home of Will West Long (1870-1947) when he was interviewed in December of 1946 by W. N. Fenton and Lester Hargrett. At their request, Long demonstrated the making of a traditional wooden Cherokee dance mask. ...
    • Will West Long

    • Olbrechts, Frans M., 1899-1958
    • This photograph from the Smithsonian National Anthropological Archives is of Will West Long (1870-1947). The photograph was taken by Franz M. Olbrechts, an ethnographer who worked among the Cherokee from 1926 until 1931. Long served as Olbrechts'...

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