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From: Isis (georgia18) DelphiPlus Member Icon1/18/06 3:22 AM 
To: All  (1 of 4) 
 1975.1 
I was raised in Oak Ridge, Tennessee for 18 years and left in 59 for
Northern Va. But neve forgot my old stomping Grounds the Cherokee
Indian
Reservations. From 2 till 18 yeaars of age. Maggie /Cherokee. I was
born
in Pulaski, Va. 1~9~40 near the Applachian Mts. Hugs and Love to all.

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The Intruders
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???? "First People of Tennessee and the American Southeast" is a
TNGenWeb website. It was created to provide a forum for both those with
native roots that reach back into that most difficult to research time,
the period before the removal, a.k.a., the trail of tears; and also to
help those whose ancestors avoided that removal.
???? Without written records from the elder times, the genealogy
of the native peoples becomes a difficult study. In a non-materialistic
society, the need for a written language is considerably reduced. It
was
the white man that kept the early written records. The treaties wherein
the native peoples relinquished their lands are well preserved, and the
well documented names of the various Chiefs appear repeatedly. There
are
also some written histories where the names of some warriors, both
famous and infamous, do appear. After the smoke cleared in southeast,
when the fighting between the native peoples and the whites stopped,
some few native names appear, but more often, you will find an European
name; that of a man whose wife was "Indian." Indian men who married
white women sometimes assumed the wife's maiden name; sometimes for
convenience, sometimes for protection.
???? Nobody ever said this study would be easy. You might not be
able to establish the "Preponderence of Evidence" used by some in
genealogy, but if you are not there already, you should at least learn
to respect the Elders, the Ancestors, and the Great Spirit.

Tsoo Gus Us Di Au Ga Hi

MAY THE HAND OF THE GODDESS ALWAYS BE WITH YOU.   ISIS

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From: ctj5271/18/06 2:41 PM 
To: Isis (georgia18) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 4) 
 1975.2 in reply to 1975.1 

This is the answer to my question too!

I just wish you had posted it on the other board as well!

FYI...

 

 
From: Isis (georgia18) DelphiPlus Member Icon1/20/06 10:49 AM 
To: ctj527  (3 of 4) 
 1975.3 in reply to 1975.2 

Osiyo,

I am happy that this post was of help.  I did post this at a couple of sites, but If you have any sites that you feel will benefit from this info. please pass it on. 

I will keep you in mind if I come across any other such information.

 

 

Tsoo Gus Us Di Au Ga Hi

MAY THE HAND OF THE GODDESS ALWAYS BE WITH YOU.   ISIS

Chess, Goddess and Everything

On Chess

Goddesschess

LAS VEGAS SHOW GIRLS

http://www.goddesschess.com/humour/vegaschicks.html

UNITED NATIONS OF TURTLE ISLAND

http://www.unitednationsofturtleisland.com/

Native  Rights and Information

http://forums.delphiforums.com/UNOTI_officer/start

 

 
From: ctj5271/20/06 11:28 AM 
To: Isis (georgia18) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (4 of 4) 
 1975.4 in reply to 1975.3 

Wado,  Isis!

 

 

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