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Anetso, the Cherokee Ball GameAt the Center of Ceremony and Identity$
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Michael J. Zogry

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780807833605

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: July 2014

DOI: 10.5149/9780807898208_zogry

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Conclusion Taladu ogisquodiga: (12, we finished)

Conclusion Taladu ogisquodiga: (12, we finished)

(p.227) Conclusion Taladu ogisquodiga: (12, we finished)
Anetso, the Cherokee Ball Game

Michael J. Zogry

University of North Carolina Press

This chapter recounts one final vignette from a cultural consultation or “fieldwork” experience, which it juxtaposes with an 1855 account of the Reverend George White, who was scowled at and scolded by a conjurer during a ball game with the phrase Conagatee unaka, Go away white man. It observes that over a century and a half later, Cherokee people continue to deal with visitors who are invited (tourists), those who are not (researchers), and people attempting to document or reconnect with their supposed Cherokee heritage.

Keywords:   vignette, cultural consultation, fieldwork, Reverend George White, Cherokee, heritage

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