List of federally recognized tribes by state - Wikipedia

List of federally recognized tribes by state - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Cherokee woman, undated photo (early 1900s?). Today, the Cherokee Nation is comprised of three separate federally recognized tribes, and is the largest. Originally one of the "Five Civilized Tribes", Cherokee were concentrated in the Southeastern US.

mystic-rose: “ snowyowlwhitecotton: Dawn Mist (aka Mary Daisy Norris-Gilham) the grandaughter of Running Crane - Blackfeet (Pikuni) - circa 1914 ”

How To Do Thanksgiving Makeup That Has Nothing To Do With The 566 Federally Recognized Tribes - YouTube

How To Do Thanksgiving Makeup That Has Nothing To Do With The 566 Federally Recognized Tribes

List of federally recognized tribes - Wikipedia

List of federally recognized tribes - Wikipedia

Pre-Disaster Mitgation Funding Available for Federally-Recognized Tribes

Pre-Disaster Mitgation Funding Available for Federally-Recognized Tribes

Arizona is home to 21 federally recognized tribes. Reservations and tribal communities comprise over a quarter of Arizona land.

Arizona is home to 21 federally recognized tribes. Reservations and tribal communities comprise over a quarter of Arizona land.

Federally recognized tribes should brace for possible termination policy under Trump | Alaska Indigenous

Federally recognized tribes should brace for possible termination policy under Trump

Whether we like it or not, Saglutupiaġataq (“the compulsive liar” in Iñupiatun) is now president of the United States and Republicans control Congress. Federally recognized Alaska Native and American Indian tribes should brace for the

The list contains the names of 556 federally-recognized tribes, the same number as last year.

The list contains the names of 556 federally-recognized tribes, the same number as last year.

Dear white people: As a Native who is enrolled in a federally recognized tribe, we don't care you're "1/64th Cherokee".

Someone from Jackson, Michigan, US posted a whisper, which reads "Dear white people: As a Native who is enrolled in a federally recognized tribe, we don't care you're Cherokee".

Map of TN tribes in the past - The word "Tennessee" comes from the Cherokee Indian word "Tanasi", which was the name of a major Cherokee town in southeastern TN. There are no federally recognized Indian tribes in TN today. Most Native Americans were forced to leave TN during the Indian Removals of the 1800's. These tribes are not extinct, but except for the descendants of TN Indians who escaped from Removal, they do not live in TN anymore. They were moved to Indian reservations in OK…

Map of TN tribes in the past - The word "Tennessee" comes from the Cherokee Indian word "Tanasi", which was the name of a major Cherokee town in southeastern TN.

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