The library had a full house this Wednesday evening for Larry Pearl’s excellent presentation on the early life of the Cherokee people. Larry provided fascinating instruction on many of the key events in Cherokee and Native American history such as the Iroquois Confederacy, Sequoyah and the Cherokee language, and the Golden Age of the Cherokees, to name just a few. Larry also demonstrated his knowledge and ability with the Cherokee language. Along with an excellent PowerPoint presentation, Larry had two tables full of Cherokee art, instruments, weaponry, and research materials. During and after the Q & A session, many lively discussions ensued with audience members sharing stories and memories.