Native Conversations: Cherokee Language with Travis Wolfe

Native Conversations: Cherokee Language with Travis Wolfe


The Museum of Native American History (MONAH) is excited to host Native Conversations: An Introduction to the Cherokee Language with Travis Wolfe at 5:30 PM, Saturday, September 14, 2019. This event invites guests to learn the foundations of the Cherokee Language. Wolfe, a certified Cherokee Language expert, will walk participants through rules and structures of the Cherokee Language. By the end of the workshop, guests will have learned more about the history of the Cherokee and foundational information to speak the language themselves!


Who is Travis Wolfe?

Travis Wolfe is a full-blooded member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. Wolfe grew up in the Cherokee communities of Wolfe Creek and Bull Hollow. He has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. Since earning a Bachelor’s degree in Cherokee Language Revitalization and Linguistics, with an expertise in language, syllabary, history and culture, Wolfe has worked exclusively with indigenous communities and organizations. Travis Wolfe is a proud advocate of Indigenous language revitalization and promotion. In his free time, Wolfe enjoys spending quality time with friends and family.