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Nancy Ward, "Wild Rose of the Cherokee," was a friend of the pioneer who served as a peacemaker between the settlers and the Indians.  With her trade beads, red tail hawk headdress and Cherokee pottery, she is the focal point of Ben Hampton's first montage.  Completing the petroglyph, are Fort Marr, a covered wagon, a Cherokee Council meeting and the tavern on the banks of the Ocoee where Nancy Ward spent her last years.  A monument marks her burial site in Polk County, Tennessee. Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Native American Beauty, Native American History, American Heritage, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Indian Heritage, Cherokee Tribe
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"Beloved Woman of the Cherokee - Nanyehi." Irla Sharon a Mujer Cherokee más amada”, “La Rosa Salvaje de los Cherokee”, “La Profetisa”, “Ghigau” fueron algunos de los apodos-títu… 
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