All things Cherokee
I'm very proud of my heritage
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
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.
Trail of Tears: The Relocation of the Cherokee Nation (American History)
Tommy Lee Jones - Cherokee Tribe
Upper and Lower Worlds
Wes (Wesley) Studie, famous indian actor, was born in Nofire Hollow, Oklahoma, the son of Maggie, a housekeeper, and Andy Studie, a ranch hand. Studi was schooled at Chilocco Indian Agricultural School in Northern Oklahoma. Until he attended grade school, he spoke only Cherokee. In 1967, he was drafted into the Army and served 18 months in Vietnam. After his discharge, Studi studied at Tulsa Junior College.
THE OMNI REPORT: Wes Studi Tribute
STOP sign, Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah--English and Cherokee
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Wilma Mankiller "In Iroquois society, leaders are encouraged to remember seven generations in the past and consider seven generations in the future when making decisions that affect the people." —Wilma Pearl Mankiller (Nov 18, 1945 - Apr 6, 2010), Cherokee Leader