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Acknowledgements

"I wish to acknowledge the following people for helping me throughout my way. Many people that I have listed here are dear friends to me and I would like to acknowledge them for all that they have done for me."

 

Carol Blackwell

A dear friend of mine and a fluent Cherokee speaker. She has aided me with the Cherokee language for quite some time now. She should be acknowledged for her help in assisting me with the Cherokee language and her encouragement in my Cherokee language projects.

 

Anna Huckaby

"Language Coordinator " for the Cherokee Cultural Recourse Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Anna is another dear friend of mine and she has also been assisting me with the Cherokee language for quite some time now. She is one of the editors for my book, "Introduction to Conversational Cherokee." She has been so helpful and when I have a question she is always there for the answer!

 

Jennie Terrapin

"History Coordinator" for the Cherokee Cultural Resource Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Jennie is a good friend of mine and I would like to acknowledge her for always being there when I have a question. She has assisted me with Cherokee culture and history throughout the years and she was the one who taught me how to make the traditional Cherokee blowgun dart. "Jennie I thank you very much!"

 

Prentice Robinson

Proud owner of, "Cherokee Language & Culture." Prentice is another good friend of mine and he is also an editor of my book, "Introduction to Conversational Cherokee." He has also contributed a lot of information for my on going study into the Cherokee language. I strive to like him as well as others to keep our language alive for many years to come. Prentice, "Thank you for the hope!"

 

Sky Campbell

Compiler of Cherokee information and owner of his very own website entitled, "Sky's Cherokee Website." He has contributed greatly to the design of my website and he is the one that had originally given me the idea to spread Cherokee language & culture to the Internet. Sky, "Thank you for all your help and hard work!"

 

Kathy VanBuskirk

Kathy another good friend of mine is a staff member of the "Cherokee Heritage Center." She has contributed a lot of information dealing with the Cherokee language and she to has assisted me with the Cherokee language. It is with people like Kathy that make you want to learn and make you strive to know more. Kathy, "Thank you for your skillful and quick thinking when it comes to acquiring information!"

 

Wa-Do

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