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Creek Indian Dress. Just beautiful! My g-grandmother was full-blooded Creek Indian. I would have to have loved to have known her and been able to listen to her life stories.

Original Story With Photo: Creek Indian Dress. My g-grandmother was full-blooded Creek Indian. I would have to have loved to have known her and been able to listen to her life stories.

Little Crow - Chief of the Dakota Sioux who killed Andrew Myrick for refusing to open food storehouses to feed his starving tribe. Myrick's refusal to open food stores initiated the 1862 Dakota Sioux uprising.  Little Crow was ultimately killed in the fighting; his bones displayed by the Minnesota Historical Society until the 1970's - when US laws were enacted forcing the return of his bones to his people.

Little Crow - Chief of the Dakota Sioux who killed Andrew Myrick for refusing to open food storehouses to feed starving Sioux indians.

Muskogee/Creek queen Ella Monohwee - her family came to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears

Looks like my oldest sister CoCo Muskogee/Creek queen Ella Monohwee - her family came to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears

Native American Indian Pictures: Indian Picture Gallery of the Seminole Indian Tribe

North America: Seminole Indians indigenous to Florida♫♫♥♫♫♥♥♫♥JML

A Native American actor of the Creek Nation, Sampson's "big break" came from his memorable role in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) opposite Jack Nicholson. Description from filmous.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Will Sampson ~ Native American actor of the Creek Nation, Sampson's "big break" came from memorable role in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' opposite Jack Nicholson. Also starred opposite Clint Eastwood in 'The Outlaw Josey Wales'

Trail of Tears Map. (The forced relocation of Native Americans from the Southern United States following the Indian Removal Act of 1830).

Native American Stock Photos and Video about American Indian Tribes and Cultures-Cherokee-Trail of Tears Map

Cherokee do not look much like other tribes of Indians, one of the myths of our name is that the word Cherokee means Those who came from far away, as the other Indians thought that we came from the sky.

Previous Pinner: Cherokee do not look much like other tribes of Indians, one of the myths of our name is that the word Cherokee means Those who came from far away, as the other Indians thought that we came from the sky.

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