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Granny's Cherokee Casserole: "My Granny always made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner." — Heather Denard

Granny's Cherokee Casserole: "My Granny always made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner." — Heather Denard MADE

▶ "Amazing Grace" sung in the Cherokee Language - YouTube

"Amazing Grace" sung in the Cherokee Language ~~~~~ Have A Great & Godly Day ~ "Old Fashion Vintage Farmer's Wife" ~

Granny's Cherokee Casserole Recipe // from Allrecipes.com

Granny's Cherokee Casserole - ground beef, cream of mush soup, diced tomatoes, rice, garlic and onions.

Cherokee Indian Reservation / (Leaving) Cherokee Reservation Marker  Cherokee, Swain County, North Carolina.

Cherokee Indian Reservation Established by United States for the Eastern Band of Cherokee after the removal of Marker is near Cherokee, North Carolina, in Swain County. Marker is on Ela Road (U. on the left when traveling west

"Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture your heart." Spiritual Wisdom

Native American Proverb - "Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart." Yes because your heart is a fragile part of your body and soul the heart knows you best with God of course :) adl ;

Granny Women - healing and magic in Appalachia Interesting article on Granny Women, but I have to say that none of the grannies in my family knew what a Tarot deck was and if they did, they would have considered it a thing of the devil.

Granny Women - Healing and Magic in Appalachia

We are the last of the granny witches.  The old ones, the original Appalachian queens, were daughters of the Celts and the offspring of Druids and medieval mavens and the natives of the old world craft, and we are their children. And although we are indeed as mysterious as these old hills, we still have that Celt and Cherokee elder magic in our bones.

Two of the Walker sisters beside Walker Cabin in Great Smoky Mountains. (Thanks for the info Jerry Adams). Photo shared From: The Last of the Granny Witches ~ Appalachian Ink ~ Home of Anna Wess, Writer & Ghost Chaser.

The Appalachian Mountains held many secrets unknown to outsiders. The ways of healing were not from doctors and hospitals, but from the women who lived in the mountains and learned from their ancestors,  nature, and the Cherokee people.

Granny Women - Healing and Magic in Appalachia

Mary Faust standing next to large walking wheel, an umbrella swift, another woman seated at a spinning wheel with a distaff and a skein winder in front of her, and a man processing flax on a flax break with a counterbalance loom behind him.

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