Presentation on Cherokee land use

From the library:
UGA associate professor Alfie Vick will speak on traditional Cherokee land usage and ethnoecology at Athens-Clarke County Library’s Appleton Auditorium on Sunday, September 22, at 3:00 p.m. Vick will focus on key principles of land use and ethnoecology, as well as discuss these principles’ impact on the construction of Diligwa Village. The village, located in the Cherokee Heritage Center in Oklahoma, is the most accurate representation of an 18th century Cherokee village ever constructed.

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