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The Native American Society

Welcome to the Native American Society! This group is about everything and anything related to The Native American Cultural be it past, present or future! 

The Native American Society encompasses all of the American Continents!

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Latest Activity: Aug 31


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Chant to the New American Indians

Started by sav. Last reply by sav May 10. 2 Replies

                                             Chant to the New American IndiansWhen we are on the mountainAnd life is for the livingAnd the bad men are forgottenWe will be forgivenOooooooooooooh…Continue

Tags: SaveLove, indians, music, savlove, john

Looking for some help...

Started by AngelGhidorah. Last reply by Alexander Knight Jan 3, 2016. 2 Replies

Love and Light to you all.I was wondering if any of you could help me out at all with a query I have.Earlier this week, I attended a "Mind, Body, Spirit" event in my home city - which was pretty…Continue

Tags: american, native

Native Americans (NY Times)

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Comment by sav on May 10, 2017 at 2:29pm

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Comment by Laura Lee Zarazua on September 28, 2015 at 3:39pm

Comment by Laura Lee Zarazua on September 28, 2015 at 3:34pm

Yes, JIA1S... we are nature. 

Comment by Laura Lee Zarazua on September 28, 2015 at 3:31pm

Comment by J1A1S on September 28, 2015 at 7:15am

I just needed to post that here. We are nature.

Comment by Laura Lee Zarazua on September 26, 2015 at 7:16am


I am registered Cherokee, a descendent of the Wolf Clan I am told. My grandfather's last name was Russell. Many of my ancestors are listed on the Dawes Rolls established in 1893. The Cherokee lineage is from my mother's side. The Wolf Clan were known as the flame keepers. This has meaning for the powerful spiritual awareness my mother raised me with that I have long appreciated and increasing more so now. The lineage follows a line of Chiefs...

since the start of when chiefs they were first recorded by Europeans.  Nanyehi is probably one of the best known as a tribal spokes person although history states she merely served on the Chiefs council. How could a woman actually hold a leadership role, right? However it was not unusual for woman to hold such position to the Cherokee themselves. Toward the end of tribal life as it had been known Nanyehi was instrumental in her attempt to ensure that many more Indians survived than otherwise would have. Her efforts were not so much appreciated by those who were willing to fight for their land and heritage at all costs however.  Indians are a very proud people who more often would choose death over captivity and enslavement.  This is definately a defiant will I can relate with. 


was wise enough to be able to limit continued bloodshed. She is better known as Nancy Ward because Europeans could not pronounce Indian names and the use of tribal languages were banned with the intention of driving Indian culture to extinction, which is what happened to nearly all of them. I get regular emails and newsletters about what is going on with my tribe now in Oklahoma. One of the most pressing matters concerns keeping enough people interested in the language and culture so that it doesn't get completely forgotten. They would be happy about this discussion group.

Comment by Nemo on September 15, 2015 at 9:51pm


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