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  • Solar Eclipse: The Cherokee celebrate the 'great frog' eating the sun

    The Eastern Band of the Cherokee celebrate the solar eclipse with their traditional ceremony of the legend of the ‘great frog’ and the sun. The eclipse was in totality in Cherokee, N.C..

The Eastern Band of the Cherokee celebrate the solar eclipse with their traditional ceremony of the legend of the ‘great frog’ and the sun. The eclipse was in totality in Cherokee, N.C.. Travis Long and Chuck LIddy newsobserver.com
The Eastern Band of the Cherokee celebrate the solar eclipse with their traditional ceremony of the legend of the ‘great frog’ and the sun. The eclipse was in totality in Cherokee, N.C.. Travis Long and Chuck LIddy newsobserver.com

North Carolina reacts to the solar eclipse

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