The Cherokee had a spoken and written language. The tribe even published "books" or pamphlets in their language.
The only southern Iroquoian language spoken is Cherokee.
i think it is cherokee.
Aymara is a language spoken by the Aymara Indians of the Andes Mountains in South America. The language is spoken in Bolivia, Peru, and Chile.
The first Indians with a written language.
Actually the language spoken by the Cherokee is "Tsalagi"(Jah-Sa-LaGe). There are at least 23 different dialects of Tsalagi spoken, some so different that the speaker of one cannot understand another, and these different dialects can change from clan to clan. Tsalagi remains the commonly spoken root by most Cherokee. Some of the words and phrases of Cherokee appear to be Hebraic in origin as are some of the religious concepts. However since there is no concrete evidence for such a claim, it remains simply speculation.
The Natchez Indians spoke the Natchez language, which is a language isolate, meaning that there were no other closely related languages spoken. The Natchez never called it "Natchez", but rather we:Lhaki:sa or 'the language'.
Cherokee is a language spoken by some of the indigenous people of America. Their word for luck is A da s nv.
It is not a Tsalagi (Cherokee) word so it is said the same way it is spoken in English.
The speak the Kuna language, Spanish, and English
The Makah people Speak:Englishqʷi·qʷi·diččaq, called "the Makah Language" in English.The Makah language is only spoken as a second language, but a revival plan is underway.
Waya, the Tsalagi (Cherokee language) word for wolf, means teacher, guide, and pathfinder in the Cherokee tribe (simply put).
Through one of 23 dialects of the spoken language known as Tsalagi, and or through a set of basic sign languages used by a great proportion of native Americans for communications outside the tribe.
The Mohave Indians speak Yuman as their native language. This is a language that is being spoken by a lot of Southwestern tribes.
Algonquian and Iroquoian are the two language groups that dominated the Eastern Woodlands
How did the cherokee indians get land
The Lenape spoke Lenape Languagealso known as Unami.
Cherokee Indians are found in Mississippi; and they are sometimes referred to as Mississippi Indians.
What did the Cherokee Indians use for medicine?
Cherokee Indians lived in Wickiups
where did the Cherokee Indians first live
The Cherokee Indians farmed.
People of Natchez Indian ancestry living today, if they speak a language other than English, speak Creek (Muskogee) or Cherokee. The last speaker of the Natchez language, Watt Sam, who died in 1965, not only spoke both Creek and Cherokee (and was literate in both languages), but some English, Chickasaw, and Delaware (Lenape) as well.
What were the Cherokee Indians resources? it was eating and selling things