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    All things Cherokee

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    All things Cherokee

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    Four Steps to Find Your Indian Ancestry. My Indian ancestors were Cherokee (Granddaddy Headrick said there were Cherokee in his heritage and Grandmother said there were Iroquois in her heritage) Pawpaw and Mymommie said they had Cherokee in their heritage. This was mixed with our German (on both sides) and Welsh and Irish. "T"

    Steps to Research Your Indian Ancestry

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    I'm proud of my Native Heritage

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    Cherokees had thier own customs and ways of performing ceremonies.

    Customs and Ceremonies of the Cherokee Indians | eHow

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    My spirit animal is the wolf I am Christian but I believe in having sprit animals and in proud to be a wolf

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    White Wolf : 8 Truths About "Cherokee" Everyone Should Know

    8 Truths About "Cherokee" Everyone Should Know

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    Cherokees use the 7-point star because many of their concepts are related to the number 7. Seven clans, directions, etc.

    Celtic Myth and Moonlight || Cultural & Religious Symbols

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    Cherokee girl. Photo titled: Ayasta's Daughter, 1888. National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

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    Multiple Grammy Award winning American vocalist, Rita Coolidge is Cherokee. She even created a Native American music trio, Walela.

    Pat's Picture Page

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    How to Register As a Cherokee Indian

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    Tsiskwa-Kaluya (aka Bird Chopper) - Cherokee - 1888

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    American Indian Records in the National Archives

    American Indian Records in the National Archives

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    Cherokee Song - Native American Indian Life - Earth Harmony. Close your eyes and drift away. So serene, and beautiful. Love It:)

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    American Indians' history has been systemically whitewashed to benefit imperial European colonizers.

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    The original territory of the Five "Civilized" Tribes that were forced to move to "Indian Territory" (now known as Oklahoma), along with many other tribes. The Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws and Seminoles.

    Doug Dawgz Blog: Maps and History of Oklahoma County 1830-1900.1

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    Sylvester Stallone’s Story Should Be Told To Inspire Kids To Never Give Up – 11 Pics

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    Ancient Cherokee Indian Tale of the Origin of Illness | Spirit Science

    Ancient Cherokee Indian Tale of the Origin of Illness

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    Tsianina Redfeather (Creek/Cherokee) - circa 1925 - Born in 1882 in Oklahoma Territory, and listed as Florence Evans on the Creek Rolls, though most family and friends new her by her Creek name, Tsianina. She had a long career as a professional singer and entertainer.

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    Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was the first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. She works to improve the lives of Native Americans by helping them receive better education and health care and urges them to preserve and take pride in their traditions.

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    The Cherokee called them the Moon People. The Utes and Paiutes spoke of a hideous race of cannibals ten feet tall living in caves. And the Choctaw also have an account of the race of giants that first colonized the Ohio Valley. - See more at: dnaconsultants.co...

    Giants with Double-Rowed Teeth, Flattened Heads and Six Fingers

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    An amazing story of the only Native American Indian woman who walked back home after walking the Trail of Tears. A beautiful memorial is built in northern Alabama by her great-grandson. So inspiring.

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    William Penn Adair was a Cherokee leader and Confederate colonel. Adair served the Cherokee Nation in many capacities. He was a senator, a justice of the Cherokee Supreme Court, delegate to Washington, DC, and assistant principal chief. He was a vocal advocate for the rights of the Texas Cherokees.

    William Penn Adair - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Cherokee Indian heritage in Vonore Tennessee at Sequoyah Birthplace Museum

    About Monroe County Tennessee

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    Maude Sixkiller - Cherokee - 1886

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    Cherokee Indians and African Americans | afro, native americans and Black Indians

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