The Cherokee Language and Culture: Can Either Survive?

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One of the three-fold purposes of this study is to indicate the relationship between the cultural advancements of the Cherokees and the development and implementation of a written, printable language into their culture. In fulfilling a second purposes, the study emphasizes the influence of literacy on the social values of the Cherokees. The third purpose is to consider the idea of the Cherokees themselves that bi-lingual education, first in Cherokee, then in English, and a renewed national pride and productivity in literacy could go far in solving the problems of social alienation and educational negativism that exist among un-assimilated Cherokees.

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3, iii, 106 leaves

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Lyde, Judith Ann August 1972.

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One of the three-fold purposes of this study is to indicate the relationship between the cultural advancements of the Cherokees and the development and implementation of a written, printable language into their culture. In fulfilling a second purposes, the study emphasizes the influence of literacy on the social values of the Cherokees. The third purpose is to consider the idea of the Cherokees themselves that bi-lingual education, first in Cherokee, then in English, and a renewed national pride and productivity in literacy could go far in solving the problems of social alienation and educational negativism that exist among un-assimilated Cherokees.

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Lyde, Judith Ann. The Cherokee Language and Culture: Can Either Survive?, thesis, August 1972; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164011/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .