James Curtis Bird Genealogy

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Wilma Pearl Mankiller was the First Female CHIEF of the Cherokee Nation. She served as Principal Chief for ten years from 1985 to 1995 Cherokee History, Native American Cherokee, Native American Wisdom, Native American Women, Native American History, Native American Indians, American Symbols, Native American Surnames, Cherokee Indian Art

۞ Wilma Pearl Mankiller, 1945–2010, was the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. She served as principal chief for ten years from 1985 to 1995. Mankiller's administration founded the Cherokee Nation Community Development Department and saw a population increase of Cherokee Nation citizens from 55,000 to 156,000. The family surname, Mankiller, refers to a traditional Cherokee military rank; it is Asgaya-dihi in the Cherokee language.

Letitia, a Cree Metis, MB, 1858 Humphrey Lloyd Hime century Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Albumen process 13 x 17 cm Native American Totem, Native American Pictures, Native American History, Native American Indians, Indian Pictures, Monet, Cree Indians, Religion, Fur Trade

Articles | Encyclopédie du patrimoine culturel de l'Amérique française – histoire, culture, religion, héritage

The Encyclopedia of French Cultural Heritage in North America! As you browse the site, you will learn about the heritage of French-speaking North America, as well as about its history and diversity

Letitia, a Cree Metis, MB, 1858 Humphrey Lloyd Hime century Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Albumen process 13 x 17 cm Native American Totem, Native American Pictures, Native American History, Native American Indians, Indian Pictures, Monet, Cree Indians, Religion, Fur Trade

Articles | Encyclopédie du patrimoine culturel de l'Amérique française – histoire, culture, religion, héritage

The Encyclopedia of French Cultural Heritage in North America! As you browse the site, you will learn about the heritage of French-speaking North America, as well as about its history and diversity

"William McKay, Hudson’s Bay Company" from Cameron's "Blood Red the Sun. Red River Rebellion, American Indians, Native American, Big Bear, Western Art, First Nations, Wild West, Genealogy, Westerns

Blood Red the Sun [The War Trail of Big Bear]

In the 1920s Cameron published a novel, The War Trail of Big Bear, which told the story of his captivity at the hands of Big Bear’s Renegades in the spring of 1885 after the Frog Lake Massacre. In the mid-1940s, Cameron revised The War Trail of Big Bear and had it republished under a new name, Blood Red the Sun, his family later attempting to have a further edition published in the 1970s.

Western plains Métis family camp and Red River Carts, names, date and location unknown. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Time Pictures, Pioneer Day, Pioneer Life, Pioneer Games, Black White Photos, Black And White, Into The West

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

 Angus McKay's house (squared timber) at Lac la Ronge. Photographed by Annie McKay and Christina Bateman during their journey from Prince Albert to La Ronge, Saskatchewan in Western Canada, Our Legacy, Prince Albert, Tin Toys, Genealogy, Annie, 19th Century, Roots, Journey

Our Legacy

Mr. Angus McKay's house (squared timber) at Lac la Ronge. Photographed by Annie McKay and Christina Bateman during their journey from Prince Albert to La Ronge, Saskatchewan in 1919.