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North Carolina Native American Tribes

North Carolina Native American Tribes

Posted By Paul G July 29th, 2011 Last Updated on: July 29th, 2011

Michell Hicks (Principal Chief)
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina
Address Cherokee NC 28719 Phone: (828) 497-2771Fax: (828) 497-7007: http://www.cherokee-nc.com
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Photo of Amelia Amelia Kay Oxendine
Amelia Amelia Kay Oxendine
Address PO Box 215 Hollister North Carolina 27844 United StatesAddress 37060 NC Hwy 561 Hollister NC 27844 United States
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John Grindstaff

My whole life, we were told that my Grandfather was part of the Cherokee. Family rumor had it that his grandmother was a part if the trail of tears and full blooded Cherokee. I have traced back in ancestry and Mormon’s. Neither indicate her race, birthplace North Carolina and death in Missouri. Not sure how to verify one way or the other. Thank you!

Cathy

I have a son that is part Lumbee Indian and can’t find out anything about them being recognized or benefits for them. I would love to know some things and any help or assistance I may be able to get for him in the future.

Running Doe

Osiyo, i am cherokee and very proud, i have cherokee from both sides of my family, my home Cherokee

Dora Lane

My grandmother Ann grandfather were Cherokee indians.I am trying to find my place. PLEASE help me found my real hertiage

Larry

It’s probably too late here in my lifetime to attempt locating my Native American heritage. However, sure would like to know so I could pass it down to my grandkids. I was told early in life that Cherokee ran through my blood line. Supposedly, my great grandma, Mary Alice, who allegedly was Cherokee, married an Englishman last name of Ruggles, and moved to the southern parts of OH, and IN. I was also told that Princes Pocahontas was part of my great grandmother blood line. Thinking about the DNA swab.

Terry Fox

I have a friend who is 1/2 Indian. Her father was full blooded. Can you guide me to where she can find some assistance? She’s in her late 50’s and has no income; she does get food stamps and shares them with a guy who lets her live with him and doesn’t charge her rent. She does not work and men help her sometimes for favors. Please direct me where she can go for assistance. Thank you.

Konzolice Richardson

WE NEED A NEW VOICE FOR NATIVE AMERICA. WE NEED A NEW VOICE THAT WILL SPEAK FOR ALL NATIVE TRIBES.

WE WILL NEVER REGAIN OUR RESPECTED POSITION IN THIS US GOVERNMENT UNTIL WE ARE ALL RECOGNIZED.

IT IS SICKENING AND CONDESCENDING WHEN NATIVE TRIBAL LEADERS SEEMINGLY ALLOW THE WHITE PEOPLE, THE BLACK PEOPLE AND ALL OTHER NON-INDIGENOUS PEOPLE PROTEST AND CRY ABOUT THEIR RACIAL ABUSE……

…. AND NOT ONE WORD SPOKEN FOR NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

THE US GOVERNMENT DOES NOT SHOW ANY CARE OR VALUE FOR THE NATIVE AMERICAN VOTE.
WHY?
BECAUSE WE HAVE NOT MADE OURSELVES KNOWN. THE POLITICIANS DO NOT KNOW THAT WE EXIST. THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT NATIVE AMERICA – THEY HAVE NO IDEA OR RESPECT FOR INDIAN COUNTRY.

WE NEED A VOICE THAT WILL SPEAK FOR ALL OF NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES.

WE NEED A NATIVE AMERICAN CONGRESS – WE NEED TO BE HEARD!

WE MUST STOP BEING PASSIVE AND COMPLACENT.
WE MUST NOT ALLOW NATIVE AMERICAN EXISTENCE AND CULTURE CONTINUE TO BE A FREE WORLD COMMERCIAL PRODUCT.

GATHER ALL TRIBAL CHIEFS AND COUNSELS OF ALL NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLE – DEMAND EQUAL REPRESENTATION FOR ALL.

Tracy Ammons

I am From the Coharie Tribe in North Carolina. i would like to find out where my blood line come from where we decended from..and help

james millard

i believe i am part cherokee according to my pop who has passed..i think it was my gggreat grand ma or grandpa he was supposeto have been killed in the swamp any info on the surname millard from or around mount olive or cherokee north carolina would be appreciated thanks a part proud to be cherokee

dennis hamilton

my great-great-great grandfathers name was peter watchman kimbrell and other documents kimbull. can someone tell me if the watchman has an importance to native american tribes. i have fullblooded cherokee on both sides of my family.

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