Cherokee WomanIn 1838, the Cherokee people were forcibly removed from their lands in the Southeastern United States to the Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in the Western United States. In the same year of 1838 only about 2,000 Cherokee had left their homes in Georgia. It took Winfield Scott and his army to forcibly kick people out of their homes and home land, which was an order at the time by President Martin Van Buren,[15] which resulted in the deaths of approximately 4,000…

Tsianina Redfeather, famous Cree/Cherokee singer & performer, ca. "From the Land of Sky-Blue Water," was Redfeather's signature song. She passed away in 1985 in San Diego at the age of

I am the storm. #Cherokee #2016 #WhoRunsTheWorld by julianne.j

Never are the storm! "Fear whispers to the warrior, you cannot withstand this storm. And the warrior whispers back, 'I am the storm.

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Shonda Buchanan Choctaw, Coharie, Cherokee & African heritage Author of “Who’s Afraid of Black Indians?” :: POEM :: “The Trail” by Shonda Buchanan (For the Staffords, Roberts, Manuels and.