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Selva Cox (aka Opal Nokomis Smith) - Cherokee/Lumbee - circa 1930

Selva Cox (aka Opal Nokomis Smith) - Cherokee/Lumbee - circa 1930

William Riley Payne (Euro-American), and his wife Nancy Munday-Payne (Cherokee) - no date

William Riley Payne (Euro-American), and his wife Nancy Munday-Payne (Cherokee) - no date

Charity Jane Storm-Faddis (the daughter of William Storm and Sarah Arnold-Storm, and the wife of Isham Faddis) - Cherokee - 1869

Charity Jane Storm-Faddis (the daughter of William Storm and Sarah Arnold-Storm, and the wife of Isham Faddis) - Cherokee - 1869

Mary Long and Annie Conseen in front of the Snowbird Cherokee Indian School in Graham County, North Carolina - Cherokee - 1934. I know they are smiling on this picture but the horrors that took place in those schools is just beyond words. Atrocious

Mary Long and Annie Conseen in front of the Snowbird Cherokee Indian School in Graham County, North Carolina - Cherokee - 1934. I know they are smiling on this picture but the horrors that took place in those schools is just beyond words. Atrocious

Oconostota, Chief | 3841 Oconostota, Cherokee chief (1708-1810), from a painting entitled ...

Oconostota, Chief | 3841 Oconostota, Cherokee chief (1708-1810), from a painting entitled ...

Chisholm-Moore with her son Warren Moore - Cherokee - circa 1900

Chisholm-Moore with her son Warren Moore - Cherokee - circa 1900

Cherokee man - circa 1868

Cherokee man - circa 1868

Cherokee Indians in Washington DC to negotiate treaty

Cherokee Indians in Washington DC to negotiate treaty

Cherokee Basket Weaver

Cherokee Basket Weaver

Captain John Benge - Cherokee - 1858

Captain John Benge - Cherokee - 1858

Nancy - Cherokee - no date

Nancy - Cherokee - no date

Judge John Thompson Adair - Cherokee - circa 1870

Judge John Thompson Adair - Cherokee - circa 1870

North Carolina Cherokee What a beautiful, elegant woman...

North Carolina Cherokee What a beautiful, elegant woman...

Lumbee tribe

Lumbee tribe

Jesse Oxendine, a Lumbee Native American from Robeson County who now lives in Charlotte, served in the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, during World War II.

Jesse Oxendine, a Lumbee Native American from Robeson County who now lives in Charlotte, served in the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, during World War II.

Old Photos - Cherokee Tom Starr in 1881 | www.American-Tribes.com === RELATIVE ===

Old Photos - Cherokee Tom Starr in 1881 | www.American-Tribes.com === RELATIVE ===