The United Cherokee Nation of Indians - Aniyvwiya

September 13, 2013

Our New Logo / Emblem

We of The United Cherokee Republic of North America want to take this time to introduce our new Logo/Emblem and to thank our design team for all their collective creative efforts in producing such an important national Symbol; one that we proudly display.
June 3, 2013

The Trail of Tears

Removal of Cherokee Indians and others to Oklahoma. Nunna daul Tsuny — “The Trail Where They Cried” On January 10, 1806, President Thomas Jefferson addressed a […]
June 3, 2013

The Age of Reason vs. The Cherokee Nation

When the, so-called, Age of Reason began 500-ish years ago, its purpose was righteous enough. After hundreds of years of capricious rule by the “divine right” […]
June 3, 2013

Suppressed Report In Relation To Difficulties Between The Eastern And Western Cherokees

Congressman John Bell of Tennessee Letter to the editors of the National Intelligencer, Washington, July 27, 1840 In Morris L. Wardell’s book, “A Political History of […]
June 3, 2013

Indian Treaties as Sovereign Contracts

By Professor Robert J. Miller, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon The United States government, from its very inception, continued the English and colonial strategy […]
June 3, 2013

Concerning “United Cherokee Nation” Goals

Often I hear people, many times our own members, talking about the United Cherokee Nation of Indians need for “traditional” this or that. To me, this is a […]
June 3, 2013

The United Cherokee Nation and The Social Contract

The other morning I was watching a fellow park one of those great big pickup trucks that are so prevalent in this part of the country. His complete disregard for the marked parking spaces prompted me to think about the general situation of our world. For many years, we in the West have been on a slow spiral down in the direction of Anarchy.
June 3, 2013

Trail Where They Cried [MAP]

The Cherokee Nation – largest of the Five Civilized Tribes of the Southeast – is a people of Iroquoian lineage. The Cherokee, who called themselves ‘Ani’-Yun’ […]
May 31, 2013

The Term “Indian”

First of all, the name is wrong.  We were NEVER Indians.  When Columbus sailed in 1492, he was looking for a water passage route to the […]