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Footprints Along the Path, Volume 1

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This 200+ page book shares the vibrancy and resiliency of the Muskogee culture in the southeast through language guides, calendar tutorials, articles, myths, and stories on traditional, historic, and contemporary subjects on the Muskogee (Creek) culture. Diverse and varied traditions, both 'white town' and 'red town’ survived in the southeast. This collection reflects white town Muskogee ways and culture as compiled and edited by members of Nene Hutke Ceremonial Grounds.


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Muskogee Creek Indian Culture is alive and vibrant in the southeast nearly two hundred years after the forced removal of many Muskogee Creek people to Oklahoma in the 1800's. Footprints Along the Path is an introduction to the unique culture of Muskogee Creek people who avoided relocation and remained in the southeast.


The vibrancy and resiliency of Muskogee Ways are presented in Footprints Along the Path through language and historic calendar tutorials, articles, myths, and stories on traditional, historic, and contemporary subjects of Muskogee (Creek) culture. Diverse and varied traditions, both 'white town' and 'red town’ survived in the southeast. This collection reflects white town Muskogee Ways and culture as compiled and edited by members of Nene Hutke Ceremonial Grounds.


This book has 202 pages and the following chapter titles:



  • History 

  • The Muskogee Calendar 

  • The Muskogee Language 

  • Trees, Plants & Herbs 

  • Stories 

  • Voices from Today 

  • Genealogy 

  • Recipes

 

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