Chiltoskey’s blowgun, bow donated

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Larry Maney (standing in white shirt) donates a blowgun and bow that once belonged to the late Goingback Chiltoskey to Ken Blankenship on behalf of the Museum of the Cherokee Indian on Saturday, Aug. 6. The items will become part of the Museum’s permanent collection. Chiltoskey passed away in 2000 at the age of 93. He was a noted Cherokee wood carver. Maney is an EBCI tribal member, born and raised in Cherokee, who now resides in Fall Branch, Tenn. Also shown in the photo are (left-right): front row – Sharon Maney, Jillian Kendall and Vivien Schmidt – granddaughters of Noah and Louise Perry, Maney, Blankenship, and Sarah Hall; back row – Donna Trent, Wendell Trent, Louise Perry, Noah Perry, Buddy Hall, Jo Hardin and Jerry Hardin. (Photo courtesy of Larry Maney)