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I am Indian "If you have one drop of Indian blood in your veins, then you are Indian." Black Elk, Lakota (Sioux)

Indian Blood @ Ya-Native.com

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Florence Tsianina Evans (aka Tsianina Redfeather, aka Tsianina Blackstone) - Creek/Cherokee - circa 1925 {Note: This was a publicity photo for Tsianina Blackstone, who was an opera singer who toured the country in the early 1900s with an American composer, Charles Cadman. Cadman and Tsianina gave ""Indian Lectures,"" about native culture and history, and performed Cadman's compositions.}

10 Important Facts About the Cherokee Tribe "Aniyunwiya," which means "the principal people," their native tongue IS KNOWN as "Tsalagi."

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Cherokees Natives Americans Indian Women | ... labelled “squaw” – a derogatory term for Native American Women

Arapaho Woman | Femficātiō

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Beautiful Cherokee Indian Women |

Viewing Cherokee Woman's profile | Profiles v2 | Gaia Online

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Cherokee Indian Chief | Lazy Boy. Indian Chief

Lazy Boy. Indian Chief

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All Things Cherokee: Genealogy Resources

All Things Cherokee - Genealogy Resources

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What is more important to love or be loved? Great wisdom in this Native American teaching. Cherokee Billie www.facebook.com/...

Cleansing Your Spirit Native American Style by Cherokee Billie

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That's right, I'm Cherokee Indian people.... Love my heritage

Native American Face Paint - Viewing Gallery

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American Indian Proverb

I think this is interesting because the Holocaust is publicized so much but we tend to forget about how many were lost when the colonies were founded in American soil.

'Never Forget - The Native American Genocides

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Cherokee Home Blessing

Leaning Tree Native American Picture magnets

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Overcoming exhaustion and disillusionment, Atha Rider Whitemankiller, Cherokee, stands before the press at the Senator Hotel in San Francisco after the removal of the last Indian occupiers from Alcatraz on June 11, 1971. His eloquent words about the purpose of the occupation of Alcatraz Island—to publicize his people’s plight and establish a land base for the Indians of the Bay Area—were the most quoted of the day.

Tsuwe'nähï: A Cherokee Legend Of Pilot Knob - Appalachian History

Tsuwe'nähï: A Cherokee Legend Of Pilot Knob - Appalachian History

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Ash Grey T-Shirt on CafePress.com

Ash Grey T-Shirt on CafePress.com

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