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Can anyone tell me of this embroiderey or anything on this man. My father had this passed down from his grandma and we know nothing of him, all i know is that my great grandma is suppose to be a cherokee indian and this is in the family. We need info!!! Help, thank you. We know nothing of our background roots/religion or anything. Any help is appreciated
Native American Woman This reproduction was given to me years ago I cannot find any information on the woman or which tribe she was from. I would be grateful for any information about the picture


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Lacee says:    

i love cherokee im part cherokee indian (:

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Douglas Wayne Wofford Clearwater says:    

My father born in log cabin in Arkansas. Grandfather born in Broken Bow,Oklahoma. Dropped off by Geronimo while in his mom's belly. He helped her escape,dropped her off at Choctaw res pregnant on his very last war effort where he fought sometimes with Apache Joe against both Mexico and the USA. My Grandfather was Cherokee and Chirichuhua Apache, spoke 4 or 5 dialects & sign Universal in those days. Named Cleveland Wofford, he was 6'4" at 91 still a carpenter he died in Antioch heart attack. Still barefoot. All records seem destroyed. Can anyone help me?

Douglas Wayne Wofford Clearwater says:    

Hi Lacee, you are very blessed to be part of the best of what this world had running in your bloodstream. Write me if you wish, can't promise I'll be around to write back though. Also Mr. Dewayne Ballew. I had a friend who was once a GG boxer named Perry Ballew. Tragic car accident ruined him when his wife or gf died in the accident. He was Sioux born in Canada. You a relative?...just a longshot, sometimes my medicine reaches far ya know.

winston says:    

I have photo of a native American I would like to know who the person is on was

robert rowe says:    

my ggrandma was cherokee

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Sue Ellen Warren says:

My Great grandmother, Was Cherokee I have a problem tracing that Part of my family, Can you help me, I also would like a Pow wow Picture for my Facebook, Thank you Sue Warren

obama bin ladan says:

we will attack again!!

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Patti Clemons says:

I am looking for information regarding the Cherokee orphanage that was operational in the early 1900s. This facility was located somewhere in northeast Oklahoma. My great grandmother and her sisters were housed there before she married.

susan says:

i like to no if my great grand father was full blooded

hugh highorse says:

many of the mestizos with Cherokee traditions are actually Creeks by ancestry. We have access to several professional researchers working with our lineage people. Connect if interested.

Sherri says:

I'm enrolled with the Cherokee. Nation of Oklahoma, if you can't find anything out about your family history then how do you know you are even native, first you go back wards from your mom or dad to grands and greats!! Cherokee records were kept in great condition never burned down in court houses or churches lol or simply call the nation they can help you! Be well,

Pam mcfall says:

Grandmother was full blooded Cherokee, back when she crossed the Oklahoma border She was ashamed ! What a insuinsulting experience !

Bear Lora says:

Photo, bottom right. This is Ben Nighthorse Campbell. He is Northern Cheyenne and resides in the State of Colorado. he was a Senator from Colorado, a renowned jewelry maker, horse trainer, but most importantly of al, Ben is a man of dignity, honor and loyalty to his people. He is a man of his word, which is rare in this world now days. Ben Nighthorse Campbell is one of the best friends that I have ever had the honor to have. Wado Ben!

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