John Standingdeer has patented his technique for teaching the Cherokee language.
John Standingdeer has patented his technique for teaching the Cherokee language. Courtesy of Your Grandmother’s Cherokee
John Standingdeer has patented his technique for teaching the Cherokee language. Courtesy of Your Grandmother’s Cherokee

John Standingdeer’s goal is saving the Cherokee language

November 30, 2015 11:38 AM

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