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William Mast - Cherokee/African American - circa 1900

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Mary Edmonia Lewis (ca. July 4, 1845 – ca. 1911) was the first African American and Native American woman to gain fame and recognition as a sculptor in the international fine arts world. She was of African American, Haitian and Ojibwe descent.

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African-Native Americans : We are still here : A Photo Exhibit :

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African-Native Americans : We are still here : A Photo Exhibit :

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African-Native Americans : We are still here : A Photo Exhibit :

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African-Native Americans : We are still here : A Photo Exhibit :

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Totally wish I could have these people over for coffee and dessert. Seminole elders 1915 by windonthewater

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Ayâsta, one of three Cherokee storytellers interviewed extensively by James Mooney between 1887 and 1890 for this collection. “She was the only woman privileged to speak in council among the East Cherokee.”

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The Man Who Married The Thunder's Sister - Appalachian History

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Six Dreamcatchers Native American Powwow, via Flickr.

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african-native american woman-tambourine

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Billy Bowlegs III

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IndiVisible - African-Native American Lives in the Americas

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Leticia Steptoe - Cherokee/African American - no date

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