Cherokee Little People Were Real





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Published on Dec 7, 2014

Mary A. Joyce, author of Cherokee Little People Were Real, gives a presentation at the Henderson County Heritage Museum in Hendersonville, North Carolina on November 8, 2014.

Cherokee Little People Were Real was written to help preserve a unique bit of American history, a history that captivates the imagination. The book features testimonies of men who discovered ancient little tunnels, small skeletons and even a child-size skull with all its wisdom teeth when they were working on early construction projects at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina. Discoveries also were made at old moonshine and mining sites south of the campus. The book features lots of photos, including one of an intriguing face on an ancient metal oval that was found after an historic flood washed away significant topsoil in the region. Discovery sites are clearly pointed out on maps that may help archaeologists discover even more evidence that an ancient race of Little People once lived in the North Carolina mountains.

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