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New YouTube Channel Takes Us to ‘Native American Destinations’

New YouTube Channel Takes Us to ‘Native American Destinations’

Posted By Toyacoyah Brown May 10th, 2017 Last Updated on: July 31st, 2017

You might remember we shared a story on Ron Cooper, the Comanche man who retraced the Trail of Tears and wrote a book about his journey. He's back to offer us some history and travel ideas in a new YouTube channel, Native American Destinations.

If you love learning about America's first inhabitants, and discovering tribes you may never have heard about, then this is the channel for you.

He already has several episodes up on his channel, starting with the Comanche Nation of course.

It looks like his focus will be on tribes in the Oklahoma area and no doubt extending out from there.

His latest episode focuses on the Delaware Nation of Oklahoma or Lenape

Make sure you follow along with Ron on his YouTube Channel: Native American Destinations, and his Facebook page to learn when new episodes are out.

Ron is also scheduled to talk at the Crazy Horse Memorial this summer, Thursday, June 8th. So if you're in the Black Hills area, make sure you stop by and say hello!


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About Toyacoyah Brown

Toyacoyah Brown is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation, currently living in Chicago. She received her B.A. in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma and an M.A. in Media Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. When she's not scouring the Internet for fun things to share with PowWows.com readers you can find her digging for vinyl in her local record store or curling up with a good book.

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Diana Leanne Roberts-Elza

From the Georgia Council on American Indian Concerns: American Indian Sites in Georgia

https://www1.gadnr.org/caic/Documents/sites_georgia.html

From 10 Historic Native American Sites in Georgia

https://www.tripstodiscover.com/native-american-sites-in-georgia/

From Native American Landmarks of GA:

https://www.thisismysouth.com/native-american-landmarks-georgia/

From Lostworlds.org
3 pages of Native American Sites & Landmarks in Georgia
https://lostworlds.org/category/georgia-indian-sites/

Some of my favorite include the mounds (there are a few), and Indian Springs.

debi johnson

i would like to know more about my heritage of Anne Woolf and her brothers that are Choctaw

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