All Things Cherokee is an online resource for Cherokee genealogy information, history, culture, and art. Created in March 1998, All Things Cherokee was initially a personal genealogy website hosted on Geocities (yes, the site is THAT old). Over the years the personal details were removed and the site evolved into “The Cherokee Genealogy Page.” In 2000, the site grew quite a bit and took on the name “All Things Cherokee.” You can see the evolution of the site on the Wayback Machine site. Pretty neat!
Now, more than two decades later, the site has grown even more and is today one of the best resources for Cherokee genealogy information as well as art and culture on the web. Always at the core of All Things Cherokee is a heart-felt interest in providing helpful and interesting information about Cherokee history, culture, and genealogy.
Christina Berry – Owner/Operator
I am a tribal citizen of the Cherokee Nation, a charter member of the First Families of the Cherokee Nation, and a member of the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club which my great grandmother helped to establish in 1899. I was born in Oklahoma, but my family moved to Texas when I was very young. Always a history buff, I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in history. Additionally, I’ve been working with Cherokee and US genealogy and history records for over 20 years. Mixed-heritage, I have ancestors from all over Europe and the US—descended from Old Hop (Kana Gatoga) on one side and Robert the Bruce on the other.
When I’m not working on All Things Cherokee, I write fiction.