Native American Genealogy & Family History - Native American Ancestry
Everyone has heard of Sitting Bull and Sacajawea, but could you be related to them? Searching for a Native American ancestor starts with learning about the white ancestors and where they lived. The United States government kept voluminous records about Indians through the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and kept track of all 'the people' (Lakota means the people) it displaced with censuses. Additionally, individual tribes like the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek…
WILMA MANKILLER Obituary Memorial Cherokee Nation Female Chief
WILMA MANKILLER Cherokee Nation Female Chief- As the first female chief of the Cherokees, from 1985 to 1995, Mankiller led the tribe in tripling its enrollment, doubling employment and building new health centers and children's programs.
Tennessee History for Kids
Cleveland, Tennessee, The Eternal Flame of the Cherokee Nation. This fire is a memorial of those people who suffered and died on the infamous 'Trail of Tears'. It also commemorates the reuniting of the Eastern and Western Cherokee Nation here at Red Clay. Aug. 7, 1837- Apr. 6,1984
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Oklahoma City and Anadarko, OK - Sept. 6,2008
Famous Cherokee Indian Chiefs | Oklahoma City and Anadarko, OK - Sept. 6,2008
Cherokee Indians - Learning about their history and village life
The Cherokee Indians are one of the most well known Native American tribes in history.
Research your ancestry. Find your ancestors. » Blog Archive » Your Family. Myths and Legends in Genealogy
Every family has the age old myth or the legend of the grandmother who was a "full blooded Indian princess". In fact, the Native American tribes didn't sport
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"Uwoduhi adanvto" in Cherokee language means "beautiful spirit" or "beautiful heart". What better way to honor a special someone? On a 30mm turquoise focal, the Cherokee syllabary representing the expression of "beautiful heart" is hand-painted, and wire-wrapped with copper and copper seed beads. The circle continues to form a warm copper spiral communicating the continuing journey. The 24" necklace is highlighted with 18mm turquoise barrel beads and delicate turquoise glass beads in a…