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Rev. Samson Occom <Mohegan> MP (1723 - 1792)

"Samson Occom", "Samson Occum", "Samson Ockham"

in a wigwam on Mohegan land, Samson Occum (1723-1792) was one of the first ordained Christian Indian ministers. Occum's popularity as an eloquent teacher and spiritual leader grew with Indians over a l...

8/4/2011 5/3/2022

Sophia Alice Callahan (1868 - 1894)

Sophia Alice Callahan, considered the first American Indian woman novelist, was the daughter of Samuel Benton and Sarah Elizabeth Thornberg Callahan. Her father, one-eighth Muscogee, was prominent in C...

3/25/2011 2/10/2022

Joel Bryan Mayes (Tsa-wa Gak-ski, Ꮳ Ꮹ ᎦK ᏍᎩ, in Cherokee) (1833 – 1891) was Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Early life and educationHe was born in present-day Bartow County, Georgia on October...

12/4/2009 2/3/2022

Kyrie Irving MP

West Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, United States

Kyrie Andrew Irving (born March 23, 1992) is an American professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was named the Rookie of the Year after bei...

7/9/2021 12/23/2021

Judge Jay Hicks MP (1811 - 1867)

GA-DA-GI-S-GI7 HICKS, JUDGE (WILLIAM ABRAHAM6, NA-YE-HI5 CONRAD, JENNIE4 ANI'-WA'YA, OCONOSTOTA3, MOYTOY2, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born 1811 in Oothcalaga, CNE, and died January 29, 1867. He married CATHERINE...

11/6/2008 10/29/2021

Ebenezer D. Bassett (1833–1908) was an African American who was appointed United States Ambassador to Haiti in 1869. He was the first African-American diplomat. Ebenezer Bassett was appointed as new...

4/18/2015 10/24/2021

Yamparika Comanche Chief Quirts-quip (Chewing Elk) (1827 - 1880)

"Par-dee-yah Kuirts-quiper-nied (Chewing Elk)"

The respected Yamparika Comanche Chief Quirts-quip (Chewing Elk) was seen as an astute and able leader. He made it known his desire was for peace and had advocated for following the road of the white m...

10/19/2021 10/19/2021

Chief William Abraham Hicks MP (1769 - 1837)

William Abraham Hicks (1769 - 1837?, age 68) became Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation in 1827 after being elected to succeed his older brother, Charles R. Hicks, the longtime Second Principal Chie...

11/6/2008 9/1/2021

We are exceedingly tried. We have just heard of the ratification of the Choctaw treaty. Our doom is sealed. There is no other course for us but to turn our faces to our new homes toward the setting sun...

6/3/2008 8/9/2021

William "Red Eagle" Weatherford, Muscoke Creek MP (aft.1781 - 1824)

"Lvmhe Cate Lamochattee", "Chief William "Billy", "Red Eagle", "Lamochotte" Weatherford"

William Weatherford, known as Red Eagle (ca. 1781–March 24, 1824), was a Creek chief of the Upper Creek towns who led many of the Red Sticks actions in the Creek War (1813–1814) against Lower Creek tow...

2/16/2009 7/11/2021

Joseph Blind Joe Amos (1806 - 1869)

"Blind Joe"

11/12/2012 7/8/2021

Rev. John Mohr McIntosh (1833 - 1906)

Rev. John M. McIntosh (Creek, a great missionary in IT) was the son of Chief Chilly McIntosh and Polly Porter.He married about 1855, (1) Sarah Ann Watson b. 8 Mar 1834 d. 1864, daughter of Daniel Grant...

4/23/2009 7/6/2021

- In 1860, Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins Hagerty, age 45, was apparently the only woman among 45 planters in Texas owning more than 100 slaves. She may well have also been the only one who was three-quarter...

2/15/2011 6/25/2021

Sophia Durant MP (1747 - 1813)

Sophia McGillivray, born about 1747, daughter of Sehoy ll & Lachlan McGillivray. Married Benjamin Durant in 1779, Little Tallassee, AL. Their children were: Lachlan Durant, Sophia Durant, Polly Durant,...

10/18/2007 6/25/2021

William Apes (Apess) (1798 - 1839)

"William Apess"

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2/7/2020 5/30/2021

wikipedia=="Most of his (Philip Sheridan's) service with the 4th Infantry was in the Pacific Northwest, starting with a topographical survey mission to the Willamette Valley in 1855, during which he be...

5/22/2021 5/22/2021

Tyee George Harney (deceased)

This photograph was taken in Washington D.C. when the group were traveling as part of A. B. Meacham's entertainment show, which included people involved in the Modoc War. Subjects Takelma Indians. I...

5/22/2021 5/22/2021

Tolt-Nys (deceased)

"Aggie’s Great-Grandfather, Jack, or “Shulth-tah-sah” (Song in mid-air), lived from 1815-1895.""Most of (Philip Sheridan's) service with the 4th Infantry was in the Pacific Northwest, starting with a t...

5/22/2021 5/22/2021

Metacomet "King Philip" MP (c.1639 - 1676)

"Philip", "King Phillip", "Pometacomet", "Pometacom", "Philip of Pokanoket"

1. Metacom's name was changed at the Plymouth Colony Court on June 13, 1660 at the request of his brother Wamsutta: "Att the earnest request of Wamsutta desiring that in record his father is lately de...

8/9/2008 4/27/2021

Seneca/ Wolf Clan "Red Jacket (1758-1830) The Seneca chief and orator, also known as Sagoyewatha, Red Jacket was born at Canoga (on Cayuga Lake in western New York) as member of the Seneca Wolf clan. ...

1/26/2020 4/27/2021

Chief Joseph Brant, Thayendanegea of the Six Nations MP (1743 - 1807)

"Chief Joseph", "Thayendanegea"

GREAT BOOK TO READ ABOUT JOSEPH BRANT IS "Joseph Brant - King of the Mohawks" by Jonathan Bolton and Claire WilsonBrant is his Step Fathers Last NameLast words were "If you can get any influence with t...

3/18/2009 4/27/2021

Crispus Attucks (c. 1723 – March 5, 1770) was a black man in the American Revolutionary War, was the first person shot to death by British redcoats during the Boston Massacre, in Boston, Massachusetts....

6/8/2011 4/27/2021

Sainte Kateri Tekakwitha MP (1656 - 1680)

"Catherine", "Tagaskouïta", "Tekaouïta"

Kaia'tanó:ronKateri Tekakwitha1656-1680Saint Kateri Tekakwitha was baptized as Catherine Tekakwitha and was informally known as Lily of the Mohawks. She is the fourth Native American to be venerated by...

5/18/2014 4/27/2021

George Bonga (c.1803 - 1874)

"Bonggaa", "Bungo"

9/16/2014 4/24/2021

Jessica Biel MP


Claire Timberlake (née Biel /biːl/; born March 3, 1982) is an American actress, model, producer and singer. Biel began her career as a vocalist appearing in musical productions until she was cast as Ma...

2/7/2011 4/23/2021

Lucy Poolaw (1882 - 1969)

"Princess Watahwaso"

Lucy Nicolar Poolaw Vaudeville performer and political activist. A member of the Penobscot Indian Tribe, she was born on Indian Island, Maine (Penobscot Indian Reservation, Penobscot County), one of th...

11/16/2010 3/20/2021

Bruce John Poolaw (1903 - 1984)

Showman and Rodeo Star. A Kiowa, who was born and grew up in Mountain View, Oklahoma (Kiowa County). He was one of at least eleven children of Tsomah and George Poolaw. His father had at least two wive...

11/15/2010 3/19/2021

Chatt Well Done, Thou Good And Faithful Servant . . . .Enter Thou Into The Joy Of The Lord. Matthew 25:21 The Rev. Dr. Chatt Served As Minister of The Comanche Reformed Church And Its People For 39 Ye...

3/19/2021 3/19/2021

Raymond Lee Doyebi Darby (1938 - 2016)

Raymond Lee Doyebi / Darby, 77, Lawton, went to his heavenly home on Wednesday Jan. 13, 2016. He passed away with pneumonia at a Lawton hospital.Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 18, 2016, at Com...

3/19/2021 3/19/2021

Billy Evans "The One Who Sits in the Middle" Horse (1934 - 2014)

"The One Who Sits in the Middle"

The Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma lost a great "Chief" of the Kiowa tribe on Saturday, August 9, 2014. Billy Evans Horse, a long time resident of Carnegie, Oklahoma passed into the Kingdom Of God at approxim...

3/19/2021 3/19/2021

Monroe Tsatoke (1904 - 1937)

Member of the Kiowa Six Monroe Tsatoke (1904-1937): Monroe Tsatoke was a gifted painter, as well as a bead worker and singer. As the Kiowa Five's fame grew, it was increasingly obvious that Tsatoke and...

3/19/2021 3/19/2021

Walter Lone Wolf (1868 - 1924)

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 9 2021, 23:48:42 UTC * Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 19 2021, 5:41:16 UTC * The Kiowa Tribe -

3/9/2021 3/18/2021

Robert Larry Redbird Sr. (Stinson) was born to Violet Hawzipta and Ernest Emhee Redbird on July 22, 1939, in Lawton. Funeral wil be at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 10, 2016, at Watchetaker Hall, Comanche Na...

3/18/2021 3/18/2021

Poolaw has been called America's most decorated Indian soldier with 42 medals and citations. Among his medals are four Silver Stars and five Bronze Stars. He also earned three Purple Hearts, one for ea...

2/18/2010 3/14/2021

Billie Germaine Galindo (1962 - 2018)

Billie Germaine Foreman went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on December 17, 2018 in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Billie was born January 19, 1962 in Pawnee, Oklahoma to Patricia Jermaine (Botone) a...

3/14/2021 3/14/2021

Jack Bointy (1869 - 1927)

Whipman of the Kiowa Tribe.Son of Chief Red Tipi and Taim-Al-Ol-Day Tipi Husband of Ah-Hah-Poie The Kiowa Tribe * Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 11 2021, 3:16:18 UTC

11/15/2010 3/14/2021

Chief Red Tipi (deceased)

"Red Tipi", "Chief Red Teepee"

Chief Red Tipi == Satanta was born the son of Chief Red Tipi and a Spanish captive and spent his youth south of the Arkansas River enjoying the peaceful alliance between the Kiowa and Comanche tribes.*...

11/15/2010 3/14/2021

Chief Satank Sitting Bear MP (c.1810 - 1871)

"Chief Topinabee A quiet Sitting Bear", "Satank", "Set-angya", "Set-ankeah"

Chief Satank , known to his people as Setangya or Sitting Bear, was a noted Kiowa chief, medicine man, and leader of the Kiowa honor society called “Koitsenk”, or the “Ten Bravest Warriors.”He was born...

3/10/2021 3/10/2021

Excerpt: Kale-pi-thay (Sioux Woman)===As it turns out, this is actually a portrait of Ahpeatone (Wooden Lance), the last traditional chief of the Kiowa . Ahpeatone, whose mother Kale-pi-thay (Sioux Wom...

3/9/2021 3/10/2021

Chief Ahpeahtone "Kills With a Lance" MP (1855 - 1931)

"A'piatan", "Ahpeahtone", "Apeahtone", "Ah-pe-a-ton", "Wooden Lance", "Kills With a Lance"

Ahpeahtone , also known as Que-Tah-Tsay or Apiatan (1856 – August 8, 1931) was a chief of the Kiowa tribe in Oklahoma, who is regarded as the last traditional chief of the tribe.Ahpeahtone was born in ...

3/9/2021 3/10/2021

Au-Pia Goodle or Red Otter, Kiowa Medicine Man and Wife The Kiowa Tribe [Au-Pia Goodle or Red Otter, Kiowa Medicine Man and Wife] Creator: Bretz, George W. Date: ca. 1894-1895 Place: Fort Sill, India...

3/9/2021 3/10/2021

Paugei-to (Pursuing Them Along A River)===Excerpt from Lone Wolf the Younger Lone Wolf was the son of Audlekoety (Big Black Hair) and Paugei-to (Pursuing Them Along A River) . He was a full brother to...

3/9/2021 3/10/2021

Chal-ko-gai Black Goose MP (1844 - 1900)

"Chal-ko-gai", "Bolekonegeah (Black Goose)", "Chaddlekaungy-ky", "Chaddle-Kaungy-Ky"

Chal-ko-gai - Black Goose==Chal-ko-gai, Bolekonegeah, Chaddlekaungy-ky, Chaddle-Kaungy-Ky, Chaddle-kaunky or Black Crane The Kiowa Tribe Note: Black Goose has several names as of 10 March 2021, I we...

3/10/2021 3/10/2021

Audlekoety (Big Black Hair)===Excerpt from Lone Wolf the Younger Lone Wolf was the son of Audlekoety (Big Black Hair) and Paugei-to (Pursuing Them Along A River). He was a full brother to Saudlekongea...

3/9/2021 3/10/2021

Chief Lone Wolf II MP (c.1843 - 1923)

Mamadayte - Guopahko, "Lone Wolf the Younger."===Prior to becoming chief, he was a fierce warrior named Mamadayte.The town of Lone Wolf Oklahoma is named after him. Inscription: Brought his people to C...

3/9/2021 3/9/2021

Guipago Lone Wolf MP (c.1820 - 1879)

Born around 1820, Lone Wolf was a principal chief of the Kiowa , following the death of Chief Dohäsan . The Kiowa lived in what became Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado. In reaction to massive encroachmen...

3/9/2021 3/9/2021

The Oglala Lakota Nation American Horse agreed to send two sons and a daughter for first class: Ben American Horse, Samuel American Horse and Maggie Stands Looking . Charles A. Eastman recalled, "His d...

3/9/2021 3/9/2021

Satanta White Bear (1820 - 1878)

"White Bear"

Kiowa Sub-chief. Born Set-tain-te which roughly translates to White Bear. From the 1830s to the 1850s he participated in campaigns against the Cheyenne and Ute and rose to become an important sub-chief...

11/15/2010 3/7/2021

Chief "Set-Imkia" Stumbling Bear (1830 - 1903)

"Set- Em-Ge- Ah", "Stumblingbear", "Set-Em-Ge-Ah", "Chief Stumblingbear", "Stumbling Bear", "Set-Em-Ge-Ah Stumbling Bear"

Kiowa Chief and Treaty Signer. During his youth, he became an influential war chief noted for his raids against the Sac, Fox, Pawnee, and Navajo tribes, as well as against white settlers. In November o...

3/7/2021 3/7/2021

Guy Aut Dough “Aut Dough” Ware (1869 - 1935)

"Aut Dough Ware"

Private 7th. Calvary .∼Anadarko Tribune Prominent Kiowa Indian Dies Here Guy Ware, 56, Served in Fort Sill Cavalry, Military Rites HeldGuy Ware, one of the most outstanding members of the Kiowa Indian ...

3/7/2021 3/7/2021

Jereaux Lee Sanders (1954 - 2020)

Jereaux Lee Nevaquaya Sanders went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020. She passed suddenly at her home and will forever leave a void in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.G...

2/28/2021 2/28/2021

Joyce Lee Tate “Doc Tate” Nevaquaya (1932 - 1996)

"Doc Tate Nevaquaya", "Doc Tate"

Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Comanche, was a self-taught artist with an interest in preserving the traditions and history of his people. He was born born July 3, 1932 in Oklahoma and named Joyce Lee Nevaquaya a...

3/21/2016 2/28/2021

Wanada Woon-ardy 'Stand Up and Be Strong' Page (Parker) (1887 - 1970)

"Woon-ardy", "Stand Up And Be Strong", "Woonardy", "Annie Parker"

Conflicting birth and death dates: Headstone has Birth 1887 and death Oct 26, 1970 Obituary From The Lawton Constitution, Wednesday, October 27, 1971 has 1882 and death Tuesday October 26, 1971 Wanada ...

3/18/2010 2/27/2021

Dorothy Sunrise Lorentino (1909 - 2005)

"Tab-By-Yetchee", "Parker Lorentino", "Parker Tab-By-Yetchee Lorentino Sunrise"

Granddaughter of Chief Quanah Parker The Comanche Nation Saturday, June 28, 1997 Honored teacher early victim of segregation Last modified at 6:36 a.m. on Saturday, June 28, 1997 By KRISTEN L. HAYS T...

2/22/2021 2/23/2021

Sgt Tabbyyetchy was a WWII Comanche Code Talker . Thanks, Suse (sniksnak #47573113)Sgt. Morris Sunrise Tabbyyetchy was the Grandson of Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief The Comanche Nation Nʉmʉrekwa’etʉʉ...

2/22/2021 2/23/2021

Chief Ten Bears 'Padda-Wah-Ser-Man-Oh' (1792 - 1872)

"Padda-Wah-Ser-Man-Oh - Paruasemana"

The Comanche Nation The Statement Of Ten Bears To William Tecumseh Sherman, October 1867 Native American Chief. He was born about 1790 and shortly thereafter was orphaned when his band was wiped out by...

1/17/2009 2/23/2021

Mullin, a Representative from Oklahoma; born in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Okla., July 26, 1977; graduated from Stillwell High School, Stillwell, Okla.; attended Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Mo., 1996;...

6/8/2016 1/14/2021

Heid Ellen Erdrich (born November 26, 1963) is an Ojibwe (Turtle Mountain Band) writer and editor of poetry, short stories, and nonfiction, and maker of poem films.===References*

10/22/2020 10/22/2020

Louise Erdrich , (born Karen Louise Erdrich, June 7, 1954)is an American author, writer of novels, poetry, and children's books featuring Native American characters and settings. She is an enrolled mem...

10/22/2020 10/22/2020

Nancy "Yellow Bird" (Brown) Ward, Southern Tuscororan MP (1738 - bef.1777)

"Sarah", "Birtie", "Yellow Bird"

Not the same as Nancy Ward, Beloved Woman of the Cherokee Ward, 6G Grandfather Birthabt 1720/1725, Bertie Co., North Carolina FatherPhillip Ward (~1695-1776) MotherMary [Ward] SpouseNancy Brown, 6G Gra...

3/7/2007 10/8/2020

Gilbert Blue (1933 - 2016)

grandson of former chief Samuel Taylor Blue, Gilbert Blue was elected chief of the Catawba Tribe of South Carolina in 1973. Under Chief Blue’s leadership, the Catawba successfully pursued their lawsuit...

7/12/2020 7/12/2020

George Major Cook (1860 - 1930)

Major Cook, also known as Wahunsacook or Wahansunacoke, served as chief of the Pamunkey Indians from 1902 until his death in 1930. Born on the Pamunkey Reservation in King William County in 1860, Cook ...

10/10/2017 6/20/2020

Andrew Washington Adams (1905 - 1985)

Adams served as the Upper Mattaponi chief from 1974 until his death in 1985. Born in King William County, Adams attended the Sharon Indian School and served in the U.S. Army during World War II (1939–1...

6/26/2017 6/4/2020

King Hagler Arataswa,/ Catawba MP (1680 - 1763)

"catawba.chief.nopkehee", "Thomas Ayre"

Not a known child of King Yalangway /Catawba King Haigler Hopkehe / Catawba was born circa 1680 in Catawba, Catawba County, NC, United States. He was a Tribal Chief and also lead of the Military Cat...

6/14/2009 4/10/2020

Jarrett Smith (1837–1893), or Tsaladihi, was the fourth Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. His father was the Valley River landowner Henry Smith, one of the wealthiest men in the ...

3/5/2011 3/10/2020

Gertrude "Zitkala Sa" Bonnin (1876 - 1938)

"Gertrude Simmons Bonnin"

Read the works of Gertrude Bonnin here: REFERENCEGertrude Simmons Bonnin (February 22, 1876 – January 26, 1938), better known by her pen name, Zitkala-Sa (Lakota: pronounced zitkálá-ša, which translate...

9/7/2010 3/7/2020

Osley Bird Saunooke, Principal Chief MP (1906 - 1965)


Osley Bird Saunooke Principal Chief (1951-1955) Bird Saunooke, chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and world heavyweight wrestling champion, was born near Cherokee, N.C., the son of an Indian...

3/5/2011 2/21/2020

Fidelia Smith Fielding / Dji'ts Bud dnaca / Flying Bird was a highly respected Mohegan nanu , best known as the last fluent speaker of the Mohegan language. She was committed to the revitalization of t...

7/7/2016 2/19/2020

Bessie Coleman, 1st American Aviatrix MP (1892 - 1926)


Bessie Coleman - Wikipedia Bessie Coleman - more details at Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman (January 26, 1892 – April 30, 1926) was an American civil aviator. She was the first fem...

7/12/2014 2/4/2020

Raquel Montoya-Lewis MP

Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington, United States

Raquel Montoya-Lewis is a Native- and Jewish-American attorney and jurist who is an Associate Justice of the Washington Supreme Court. Montoya-Lewis was nominated by Governor Jay Inslee on December 4, ...

1/14/2014 1/7/2020

Please research carefully found inconsistencies in some stories that were found. Buried: Black Hills National Cemetery

12/6/2019 12/6/2019

Randolph Mantooth (born Randy DeRoy Mantooth , September 19, 1945), is an American actor who has worked in television, documentaries, theater, and film for more than 40 years. A graduate of the America...

10/13/2019 10/16/2019

Doris Jean McLemore MP (1927 - 2016)

Doris Jean Lamar McLemore was born April 16, 1927 in Lawton, Oklahoma to Mae Lamar of Gracemont, Oklahoma and raised by her grandparents Walter and Hushseah Lamar, along with her brother Newton. She pa...

5/21/2017 9/22/2019

Newton Lamar MP (1928 - 1989)

One of three most influential modern Native American tribal leaders in the U.S.* Reference: Newton Lamar - ==================================================Newton Lamar Newton Lamar (...

5/21/2017 9/22/2019

Frank Garvin Yerby MP (1916 - 1991)

Frank Yerby was an American writer, best known for his 1946 historical novel The Foxes of Harrow .He was of African, Seminole, and Ulster Scots heritage.* Wikipedia: Frank Yerby

6/21/2007 8/31/2019

Rina Swentzell MP (1939 - 2015)

Santa Clara writer, historian, lecturer, and activist.See

3/21/2016 8/13/2019

Santa Clara artist, the daughter of the artist Pablita Velarde and the mother of the artist Margarete Bagshaw. She described herself as Anglo socially and Indian artistically. Her art was contemporary,...

3/9/2016 8/13/2019

sunksqua Weetamoo MP (1624 - 1676)

"“the Squaw Sachem” Nanumoum Tatapanum Weetimore Weetamoe W EETAMOO Narragansett", "Weetamo Weetamoe Wenunchus Tatapanunum", "Namumpum"

Weetamoo (c. 1635–1676), also referred to as Weethao, Weetamoe, Wattimore, Namumpum, and Tatapanunum, was a Pocasset Wampanoag Native American Chief. She was the sunksqua, or female sachem, of Pocasset...

8/9/2008 7/27/2019

Wes Studi MP


Santa Fe, NM, United States

Native Oklahoman, Vietnam veteran, sculptor, musician, author, activist. Each of those describes the legendary actor Wes Studi . Within a few years of his arrival in Hollywood, Studi caught the attenti...

2/22/2011 6/11/2019

Chief Black Hawk MP (1767 - 1838)

"Sparrow Hawk", "Black Hawk", "Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak", "Black Sparrow Hawk"

Black Hawk (1767 – October 3, 1838) was a leader and warrior of the Sauk American Indian tribe in what is now the United States. Although he had inherited an important historic medicine bundle, he was ...

12/6/2011 4/20/2019

William Grady Stigler (1891 - 1952)

"We Going Stigler"

Grady Stigler (July 7, 1891 – August 21, 1952) was an American politician and a U.S. Representative from Oklahoma.BiographyStigler was of one-quarter Choctaw descent, and born the son of Joseph S. and ...

4/18/2019 4/18/2019

Louis Dean Owens (1948 - 2002)

Louis Owens, Choctaw/Cherokee Scholar & Novelist Louis Owens was born in Lompoc, CA on July 18, 1948. He grew up in rural Mississippi and California and worked as a forest ranger and firefighter for th...

1/9/2019 1/9/2019

Debra A. Haaland (December 2, 1960), is an American politician from New Mexico, elected to Congress on November 6, 2018. President Joe Biden announced that he would nominate Haaland to serve as United ...

11/9/2018 11/10/2018

William Apes (1770 - d.)

"William Apess"

3/27/2011 9/18/2018

Richard Dean Anderson (born January 23, 1950) is an American television and film actor, television producer and composer. He began his television career in 1976 as Dr. Jeff Webber in the American soap ...

5/3/2011 8/7/2018

David Midthunder MP

Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County, California, United States

David Midthunder is an American actor and filmmaker. He is best known for his work on television shows Westworld and Longmire and for his appearances in films like Transformers: Age of Extinction .His ...

8/24/2009 7/10/2018

Amber Midthunder MP

Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States

Amber Midthunder (born April 26, 1997)[1] is an American actress. She is known for her series regular roles in the FX series Legion, and The CW series Roswell, New Mexico, as well as appearances on Lon...

2/15/2018 7/10/2018

Shealah Craighead MP

Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States

Shealah Craighead is an American government photographer who served as the Chief Official White House Photographer for President Donald Trump. She was the second female photographer in White House hist...

7/5/2018 7/5/2018

Obituary ==Peter V. Catches “Zintkala Oyate” was born on June 16, 1955 at home in the Calico Community, near Pine Ridge, SD to Peter S. Catches and Amelia (Ribsman) Catches. Peter made his journey to t...

8/27/2014 6/12/2018

“Queen” Aliquippa, of the Seneca MP (c.1680 - 1754)

"Queen Aliquippa - Mingo Seneca", "Alequeapy", "Queen Alliquippa"

Queen Aliquippa (died December 23, 1754) was a leader of the Seneca tribe of American Indians during the early part of the 18th century. The most commonly repeated story of Aliquippa's life begins wit...

9/12/2009 5/6/2018

Tanacharisson, the Half-King MP (c.1700 - 1754)

"Tanangrisson", "Deanaghrison", "Johonerissa", "Tanacharison", "Tanahisson", "Thanayieson"

Queen Aliquippa Sevan Tanacharison Dau=of Cakundawanna Straight tail Iriquois G9XJ-RZ1 1712-1754 Both Queen Aliquippa and Chief Half King Tanacharison met and fought with George Washington in the Frenc...

5/5/2018 5/6/2018

Lee Francis (1945 - 2003)

Lee Francis III (ca. 1945 – 7 July 2003) was a Laguna Pueblo-Anishinaabe poet, educator, and founder of the Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers.FamilyLee Francis was born circa 1945 in ...

3/9/2009 3/6/2018

Paula Gunn Allen MP (1939 - 2008)

Gunn Allen (October 24, 1939 – May 29, 2008) was a Native American poet, literary critic, activist, professor, and novelist. Of mixed-race European-American, Native American, and Arab-American descent,...

1/3/2009 3/6/2018

John Manchester Taylor (1858 - 1934)


Other Sources List John Manchester Taylor's birth as August 14, 1858 Born August 14, 1860 at Murphy, NC, John M. Taylor is the second son of James Taylor and Addie Manchester. The elder Taylor, James, ...

5/5/2009 11/15/2017

Marie Dorion (1790 - 1850)

"Madame Dorion; Marie Aloe Dorion Venier Toupin"

"Madame" Marie Aioe Dorion Venier Toupin (ca. 1786 – September 5, 1850) was the only female member of an overland expedition sent by Pacific Fur Company to the Pacific Northwest in 1810. Like her commo...

3/21/2012 11/14/2017

Konwatsiasiaienni MP (1736 - 1796)

Her marriage was a native ceremony.Who was Molly Brant? She was an extraordinary woman! This presentation is dedicated to another extraordinary woman, one who often inspired me to look at Molly Brant i...

3/20/2009 8/2/2017

Chief Truckee (Tru-ki-zo) (c.1792 - bef.1860)

"Wuna Mucca", "The Giver of Spiritual Gifts", "Old Winnemucca", "One Moccasin", "Onennamucca", "Captain Truckee", "Tru-ki-zo"

(Wuna Mucca, The Giver of Spiritual Gifts, Old Winnemucca, One Moccasin, Onennamucca, sometimes known as Captain Truckee) was medicine chief of the Northern Paiute and an influential prophet.===Family ...

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Chief Winnemucca (Bad Face) (c.1820 - 1882)

"Wobitsawahkah", "Bad Face", "Winnemucca the Younger", "Mubetawaka", "Poito"

In Wikipedia A Shoshone by birth but by marriage a leader of the Pauites :Winnemucca, (ca. 1820–1882) (also called Wobitsawahkah, Bad Face, Winnemucca the Younger, Mubetawaka, and Poito), was born a Sh...

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Sarah Winnemucca (c.1844 - 1891)

Winnemucca Hopkins (born Thocmentony, meaning "Shell Flower" in Northern Paiute; c. 1844 – October 16, 1891) was a Northern Paiute author, activist and educator.Winnemucca was born near Humboldt Lake, ...

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Col Johnson. Harris was born April 19, 1856. His father was White and his mother was Cherokee. Harris' public life began with his election to the Cherokee senate in 1881. On the death of J.B. Mayes, he...

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