The Indian Path in Buncombe County by: Gail (Gaillard) S. Tennent
Materials mentioned on the home page of this LibGuide:
Roots of our Renewal: Ethnobotany and Cherokee Environmental Governance - Cherokee nation member Clint Carroll examines Cherokee perspectives on ecology. While much of it deals with the Oklahoma Cherokee, Chapter 1 discusses "the political ecology of the early Cherokee state" in Appalachia. This is an ebook available through the library's online catalog.
Cherokees in Transition: A Study of Changing Culture and Environment Prior to 1775 - A study of pre-contact Cherokee land, settlements, fauna, and flora, published as a 1977 geography research paper by Gary C. Goodwin of the University of Chicago. This is an ebook available through the library's online catalog.
Where there are Mountains: An Environmental History of the Southern Appalachians - A classic environmental history of the mountains by Donald E. Davis. Check out Chapter 4, "Kituah: Cherokee Appalachia." This is an ebook available through the library's online catalog.
"Shaping New Homelands: Environmental Production, Natural Resource Management, and the Dynamics of Indigenous State Practice in the Cherokee Nation" by Clint Carroll. Journal article from Ethnohistory, Winter 2014, Vol. 61, Issue 1, pp 124-147. Available online Ramsey Library subscription databases.