Center for Women's History

Women’s history is American history. Bring it into your classroom with our new curriculum!

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Henry Timberlake, A Draught of the Cherokee Country, 1765. Ink on Paper. Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, 5549.

Nancy Ward (Nanyehi)

A highly influential Cherokee leader, Ward was often present when the Cherokees negotiated with the U.S. government. As an elderly woman, she called on male tribal leaders to resist the Indian removal program.

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