So its good to see people of my race in the same state I live in, hopefully I will visit the museum soon.
Its so funny when you speak a different language in this country, and white folks get mad " If you are living in America, speak the language" hilarious, since english wasnt the native language of america...
I am now trying to learn more about Ware and her ties to the Powhatan people. Peace, Michael Gerety Mike Ive been in foster homes and so I was unable to learn about my family history. Im told that my mother was Cherokee and her father was a son of a chief,possibly a chief of the nation of The People but for unfortunate reasons I dont know.
Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. I have children of my own now and they are curiuse.
It blew all of my preconceived notions about the Indian Culture as a whole ( which I've gotten from old movies and old books).
Hearing it from the American Indians changed everything. Cristina Causing Hi, I really enjoyed reading your site, its great to see such good content and illustrations.
remember that our heritage is sacred and unique- not that many people can honestly say that their veins carry our blood. I know very little at this point but would be very appreciative af any help that you can provide.
What I do know is that my great-grandmother's name was Pocahontas Pullam or Puliam and her mother's name was Ware.
My family has Indian roots and I have tried to find out a little about them.
My maiden name is Crocker and we also are related to the Collins' of Delair.
Tunisia I am planning on attending the festival on Sunday with my 8 year old grandson.