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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.

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

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

All Things Cherokee has helped thousands of families with their Cherokee genealogy research. We offer tons of free information as well as genealogy services to help you find answers to your genealogy questions.

Cherokee Indian Mound in East Tennessee Cherokee Legends of their ancestors called "White Indians" who buried their dead in the mounds

Indian Pictures: Cherokee Indian Pictures and Images

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Cherokee Death Song

Ernest Edwin Evans (Cherokee-Creek)~ In addition to the Medal of Honor, the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal and Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon, Commander Evans had the China Service Medal, American Defense Medal, Fleet Clasp, and was entitled to the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with six engagement stars, the World War II Victory Medal, and the Philippine Defense and Liberation Ribbons with one star. A U.S. Navy destroyer war ship, the USS Evans, was named in honor of Commander.

Mikey in her tear dress

Dressed to impress ... Keith Anderson of the Cherokee and Catawba Native American tribes dances at the Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe Pow-Wow in Virginia.

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Trail of Tears Era. Cherokee Family is being removed from their home by American Soldiers.

The Indian Removal Act (Hardcover)

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Cherokee Nation Code Talkers Bronze Medal 3” (CO4)

Cherokee Nation Code Talkers Bronze Medal 3” (CO4)

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Ask Ancestry Anne: Does My DNA Suggest Native American? Professional genealogist Anne Gillespie Mitchell walks one community member thru her DNA results to understand her Native American ancestry. ancstry.me/1F65RXW #DNA #geneticgenealogy #genealogy #familyhistory #AncestryDNA #ancestry

Ask Ancestry Anne: Does My DNA Suggest Native American?

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The Cherokee Herbal: Native Plant Medicine from the Four Directions

The Cherokee Herbal

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It is one thing to know you are Cherokee, but it is quite another to “prove” it. Unfortunately there were very few records kept of the Cherokee people prior to their relationship with the United States, and even then the records were hardly complete. There were a few census records taken within Indian Territory, butRead More

I Know I'm Cherokee, But How Do I Prove It? - All Things Cherokee

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The Traditional Cherokee Belief System

The Traditional Cherokee Belief System

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Women of These Hills - 3 Cultures of Appalachia - 2000

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Attakullakulla or Atagulkalu (Cherokee, Ata-gul' kalu, meaning Little Carpenter)(c1708–c1777), was adopted as an infant into the Cherokee tribe, and became their First Beloved Man, serving from 1761 to around 1775. His son was Dragging Canoe, a leader of the Chickamauga Cherokee. more about him here: en.wikipedia.org/...