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Pamela S Ratliff says:    

Cherokee is my heritage and I am proud to be 1/4 !! Indians, are a special breed.

Ellouise Buchanan says:    

My great grandmother defected after crossing the Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau, Mo on the Trail of Tears and I wonder where she might have originated from in order to cross that big river. Does anyone know?

roger kerr says:    

A strong and wise face.

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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!

Jerry Tawney says:

I know that I have Cherokee in me on both sides of my family but how do you track your race when all the old ones are dead.

Sherry Faith Ables says:

My dad is past to the Spirit World. He was 1/2 Cherokee from Yazoo City, Mississippi. I know nothing of my Native Heritage because this was taken away and never recovered. I can tell from the colors on my body that I am more than white and this leaves me wondering who my ancestors are and this culture that I know nothing about. How can I find out more? Thank You.

roger kerr says:

A strong and wise face.

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