Your Grandmother's Cherokee

Preserving the Cherokee language, one word at a time.

Bullet Standingdeer at American Indian Heritage Celebration. Photo by Kristy Maney Herron.

Sale for the New Year

Celebrate the new year by learning Cherokee!  Our online course provides simple explanations of how to make the long Cherokee words that equal a sentence in English, as well as dialogues on YouTube, interactive worksheets online, and other learning materials that make learning Cherokee simple and easy.  This course has been used with members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the Cherokee Nation, and is being taught at the University of North Carolina in Asheville.  Use this coupon to get 50% the online courses, dictionary, and Make-A-Word.  Use this coupon code at checkout: ATSE17.

You can also subscribe to the Dictionary and Make-A-Word on a monthly basis for $6.99 each.  Your recurring subscription gives you access to 80,000 Cherokee words in their fully conjugated forms, which no other dictionary offers.  The Make-A-Word is a user friendly way to build a Cherokee verb with all its parts.  Subscribe through the online store.  

Ulihelisdi Atse Udetiyisgv!  Happy New Year!  Didalena! Let's all begin!







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