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The role of women in Cherokee society is very important. They service many roles, several of which are depicted in this graphic print.
The traditional butter churner making food for her family, a contemporary mother and daughter preparing to dance with shakers on their legs, a potter making her pots, a basketmaker toting her wares to sell, a modern-day Little Miss Cherokee representing her Tribe, and a mother carrying her child in a traditional way.
The background is an image of a piece of roll that lists names of the members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
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