Judge Martin Reidinger also ordered Crow, who is an enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
, to serve three years under court supervision after he is released from prison.
Ross, who lived from 1790 to 1865, was the chief negotiator for the Cherokee Indians
as they tried to negotiate with the US Government over issues such as national boundaries, land ownership and white encroachment.
In a 2011 interview with Entertainment Weekly, producer Mike Fleiss explained the show's lack of diversity as follows: "I think Ashley [the 2011 Bachelorette] is 1/16th Cherokee Indian
, but I cannot confirm.
The original Natchez Trace spanned almost 500 miles between Natchez and Nashville, Tennessee, and was used by the Natchez, Chickasaw, and Cherokee Indian
tribes, as well as European and American explorers and traders.
Our family enjoyed volunteering and serving our community so much that last summer Hep headed with us to the Cherokee Indian
Reservation for a short-term outreach and service trip to work with children and the elderly on the reservation.
Based on the best-selling Mandie books by Lois Gladys Leppard, it's set in the late 1800s and revolves around young Mandie Shaw, who just lost her father and sets out to find a new home, assisted by some Cherokee Indian
He had some Cherokee Indian
ancestry, which to Anglo-Saxon eyes gave him just enough of an exotic appearance to carry off the part of the Chinese priest - or at least it did in the 1970s.
I told her I was of Syrian and Cherokee Indian
It's amazing how many white people are descended from Cherokee Indian
princesses--in spite of the fact that there is not now and never has been any Cherokee royalty.
Barbara Duncan is education director at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian
in Cherokee, North Carolina.
8) For the next six years, the military base would serve as the Cherokee Indian
Keith Donelly's debut novel Three Deuces Down: A Donald Youngblood Mystery is a suspenseful adventure following Donald Youngblood, a Wall Street genius turned private investigator on a whim, and Billy Two Feathers, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian
, who opens Cherokee Investigations with him to work small cases together.
She owns Raven's Nest Herbals, LLC, based in Duluth, GA (678-642-6691) and is a member of the American Botanical Council, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian
and charter member of the National Museum of the American Indian.
Littlefield envisions Arkansas benefitting from a well-developed auto tour, perhaps beginning at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian
in Cherokee, N.
A colorful explanation comes from Gertrude Ruskin's Sequoyah, Cherokee Indian