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White Wolf : 8 Truths About "Cherokee" Everyone Should Know
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8 Truths About "Cherokee" Everyone Should Know
Cherokees use the 7-point star because many of their concepts are related to the number 7. Seven clans, directions, etc.
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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......never saw a 7-pt star. Hmmm
Elven or Faerie Star
This seven pointed star (a heptagram) is often known the Elven Star or Fairie Star, a sacred symbol to those who follow the Faery and other traditions, and is a symbol of magical power in some other Pagan paths as well. It was used as a symbol in the Kabbalah, and later by Aleister Crowley, where it was known as the Star (or Seal) of Babalon. In Alchemy, a seven-sided star can refer to the seven planets which were known to ancient alchemists. The heptagram is also used in Christianity to symbolize the seven days of creation and became a traditional symbol for warding off evil, thus the reason that most sheriff's badges are first heptagonal shaped. Its also the symbol of perfection (or God) in many Christian religions. The seven pointed star is incorporated into the flags of the various bands of the Cherokee Nation.
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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.
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How to Register As a Cherokee Indian
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American Indian Records in the National Archives
American Indian Records in the National Archives
Cherokee Song - Native American Indian Life - Earth Harmony. Close your eyes and drift away. So serene, and beautiful. Love It:)
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Hupa Mother and Child 1923 ~Edward Curtis
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Hupa Indian mother and her baby - Photo by Edward S. Curtis - 1924 - (B/w copy)
American Indians' history has been systemically whitewashed to benefit imperial European colonizers.
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American Indians' history has been systemically whitewashed to benefit imperial European colonizers. ~ trish #Indian #American #history #NDN
The fact that true Native American history was never taught in any of my history always disgusted me.
Some history to begin the day. A lot of losses for the Native people. Not often recognized or even worse, swept under the rug.
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.
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Creek Indian territory
The Five Civilized Tribes of the Southeast Woodlands: The Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole. The nations rapidly assimilated white culture, raised stock, operated large farms, traded extensively with whites, adopted Christianity, owned Black slaves, and were educated at mission schools. It was the "mixed-bloods" who readily adapted to white civilization; the "traditionalists" did not. The Indian Removal Act of 1830, and the Treaty of New Echota, 1835, led to the Trail of Tears.
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Doug Dawgz Blog: Maps and History of Oklahoma County 1830-1900.1
Doug Dawgz Blog: Maps and History of Oklahoma County 1830-1900.1
Sylvester Stallone’s Story Should Be Told To Inspire Kids To Never Give Up – 11 Pics
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Life's not about how hard you can hit, but about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward!!!
Sylvester Stallone – Zero to Hero. Rocky is such an awesome movie!!
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You know the movie Rocky, I’m sure. You know Sylvester Stallone. But do you know how the film and actor got their start? Did you know that Sly Stallone actually had such little money that he had to sell his dog for $25? The heartbreaking tale has a well-known happy ending (Stallone is a famous actor, producer, and director now of course) but the story is an important one. I love Stallone. Don't give up.
Ancient Cherokee Indian Tale of the Origin of Illness | Spirit Science
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Ancient Cherokee tale of the origin of illness
Ancient Cherokee Indian Tale of the Origin of Illness | Long ago the humans and the animals got along fine. All the peoples, human and animal, could communicate with each other and were at peace. The animals of that long-ago time were much larger than the animals of today. Indeed, the animals of today are but shadows of those who once were. There came a…
Ancient Cherokee Indian Tale of the Origin of Illness
Florence Tsianina Evans (aka Tsianina Redfeather, aka Tsianina Blackstone) - 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.
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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✿ Florence Tsianina Evans (aka Tsianina Redfeather, aka Tsianina Blackstone) - Creek/Cherokee - circa 1925--Born in 1882 in Oklahoma Territory, and listed as Florence Evans on the Creek Rolls, though most family and friends knew her by her Creek name, Tsianina. She had a long career as a professional singer and entertainer.✿
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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Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was the first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. She improved the lives of Native Americans by helping them receive better education and health care and urging them to preserve and take pride in their traditions.
Wilma Mankiller, Cherokee National Chief
Chief Wilma Mankiller, Cherokee Nation
Wilma Mankiller, the first woman chief of the Cherokee Nation, was born on this day in 1945. She served for 10 years and in that time, reinvigorated the Cherokee Nation with community development projects and transformed the relationship between the Cherokee Nation and the federal government. Mankiller was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998, was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1993, and was a Ms. Magazine Woman of the Year in 1987. from Ms Magazine
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: http://dnaconsultants.com/_blog/DNA_Consultants_Blog/post/Giants_with_Double-Rowed_Teeth,_Flattened_Heads/#sthash.HvCIOAfe.dpuf
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...
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: http://dnaconsultants.com/_blog/DNA_Consultants_Blog/post/Giants_with_Double-Rowed_Teeth,_Flattened_Heads/#sthash.HvCIOAfe.dpuf Not surprising--the offspring of the fallen angels were cannibals.
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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.
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Colonel William Penn Adair (the son of George Washington Adair and Martha Martin-Adair) - Cherokee - circa 1868
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Maude Sixkiller - Cherokee - 1886
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Maude Sixkiller - Cherokee - 1886 This is an example of how the Government forced ALL Native Americans to attend "white" schools and dress in "white" clothes.
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Cherokee Indian Mound in East Tennessee Cherokee Legends of their ancestors called "White Indians" who buried their dead in the mounds
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Cherokee Indian Mound in East Tennessee Cherokee Legends of their ancestors called "White Indians" who buried their dead in the mounds. Very interesting, comparing this to the European burial mounds.
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Cherokee Death Song
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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.