Genealogy Projects tagged with Native American on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Chickasaw Chiefs and Prominent Members

    If you would like to join this project just request to and then please add any Chickasaw Nation Chiefs, Prominent and Influential members both men and women to this project. Piomingo and Tishomingo About Piominko Born near Tupelo, Mississippi, in approximately 1750, Piominko served the Chickasaw people as a leader, diplomat and negotiator during the infancy of the United States of Ame...

  • Ramapo Mountain People - New Netherland to the Present

    A project that attempts to follow the blood lines of black and mixed blood slaves of 17th century New Netherland, through their settlement of the land patents of New Jersey, to the smaller Ramapo Mountain area, and beyond. This examination makes use of the Geni World Tree. It also shows that, by and large, most of these lines never were part of the the Ramapo culture Profiles for participants...

  • Original Tribal Names of Native North American People

    Original Tribal Names of Native North American People Please note that this chart is not complete--we have included only the names of North American nations (not of every band or village within a nation), and only those nations whose original names are known. With the exception of Cree and Cherokee, American Indian languages do not have their own writing systems, so the names must be written us...

  • Brothertown Indian Nation

    This project is comprised of profiles for members of the Brothertown Indian Nation and their descendants. The Brothertown came together in 1700s under the leadership of Samson Occum. The tribe descends from Christian Indians of the Mohegan, Pequot, Niantic, Narragansett, Montaukett and Tunxis tribes from seven separate Indian villages in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Long Island, New York. Al...

  • Menominee Indian Nation

    Brief History The Menominee Indian Tribe’s rich culture, history, and residency in the area now known as the State of Wisconsin, and parts of the States of Michigan and Illinois, dates back 10,000 years. At the start of the Treaty Era in the early 1800’s, the Menominee occupied a land base estimated at 10 million acres; however, through a series of seven treaties entered into...