Think about the word "migration." What's the first thing to pop into your mind? Chances are you picture birds flying south for the winter. People all over the world also migrate. However, it usually involves other reasons aside from weather. Instead of using the word migrating, it's more commonly known as moving. In this issue, you will read about why people migrate to new places and what happens to their cultures and to the cultures in which they enter. Differences such as holiday celebrations and food tend to be different in various parts of the world. Find out why America is such a popular place to immigrate to, learn about eight people retracing their Cherokee ancestors, and meet different kinds of farmers who move with their livestock.