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When Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act he forced the Cherokee to move and about one fourth of them died on the journey this journey became known as the Trail of Tears. The trail of tears was to move from Georgia (in this case) to Oklahoma. It was not the name of the trail until many Indians died. They died due to exposure to cold weather, starvation, and diseases. They had to travel 1,000 miles on the journey.

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Small Indian child seated on log (wearing miraculous medal).

Chief Dan George, actor 1899-1981

Carlos Montezuma (1865-1923) Native American M.D., Author

Lou Diamond Phillips Born: February 17, 1962 Tribe: Cherokee

Gil Birmingham Born: July 13, 1966 Tribe: Comanche

Glen Douglas, a veteran of World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars.

Cheyenne Girls - 1895

Disney Princess Photography


Christine Quintasket ~first published Native American author

Jane Bradley--Riding Lesson

Ed Copley (1944)

navajo jewelry

404 - Page not found | Julien McRoberts - New York City commercial photographer specializing in Lifestyle, Artisan Products, Interiors, Americana and Visual Brand Consulting.

“Do not judge your neighbor until you walk two moons in his moccasins.” - Cheyenne

Michael Spears is an American actor. Spears was born in Lower Brulé Reservation, South Dakota to Native American parents.

Rodney Grant - Dances with wolves

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American Indians, or Native Americans are titles given to the people who inhabited what is now the United States of America before the early "white...

Gertrude Käsebier. Zitkala-Sa, 1898. Zitkala-Sa was a Yankton Dakota writer, teacher and activist, and founded the National Council of American Indians in 1926.

Rick Mora Photo - SAG President's National Task Force For American Indians & NBC Universal Premiere Screening Of "Reel Injun" & "American Indian Actors" At LA Skins Fest