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Like the mother bear, the Bear Clan is responsible for protecting their people. It is said that people of the Bear Clan are short tempered and live on the outside of the village to ensure the safety of the gentler clans inside the village.
The bear clan is also the medicine people for they know the healing ways of the plants available to them. The Hoof Clan were responsible for looking after the social aspects of the community including ceremonies and celebrations.
Bird Clan: The bird can fly high in the sky observing the world at great distances. The Bird Clan are the keepers of knowledge and responsible for spreading the seeds of knowledge.
The Bird Clan were traditionally the teachers and farmers. Marten Clan: The small, agile marten is limber, quick-tempered, ferocious, has quick reflexes and is an excellent hunter.
Members of the Marten Clan carry these characteristics and as a result are the strategists, warriors, and builders within their community.
Fish Clan: The fish watch the sky and have the knowledge of the sun, stars, and moon. They are also advisers to the Chief Clans.
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This clan is known for their prominent Medicine People and Conjurors. Their color is white, their wood is locust and their flag is black with red stars.
Each clan is controlled by elected women and by elders of both genders. The women were given this responsibility because they were the ones who stayed home with their babies and assured the continuity of the family and clan.
Because of this, all property belonged to the women, and the children belonged to their mother's clan.
It was also women who inherited field rights, which were handed down from mother to daughter. It was the responsibility of each clan to judge and execute any punishment of any social wrong done by a clan member, but the clan did not and could not make the laws or social customs.
All laws and customs were made either by the Anidawehi, the people or evolved from of ancient acceptance. All religious laws were handled by the Anidawehi, and Cherokee's believed religion was part of every day life.
I was told I am part Cherokee. I know James Baggett was a Cherokee from Carolina and went to Tenn and formed Baggett chapel.
Big mama and big papa Baggett are buried there I was to young to know them. I saw animals, etc around lodge.
I told my older brother and he said it was big papa. I would love to find any info of my heritage. I know in my heart and mind I have native blood, just no proof.
I am 70 and would like to leave Mother Earth knowing. Any help would be very appreciated. Reason for different last name is I was adopted.
I'm so glad that the teachings of Mother Earth is still being taught by the keepers of the spiritual and of the physical plane of all these great Nations is still being taught today!
There is a chance with their wisdom and their teachings we might as a people and the children of Mother Earth, be able to right the wrongs that we have done to our own Mother, Mother Earth.
I hope and pray to the Great Spirit, that it is not too late! What would our world be if, instead of making enemies of them, we had sought to learn about the soul and culture of the indigenous American?
My husbands' mother told us she was full-blooded Cherokee. She was born in and remembered that when she was about five in , her parents traded her for food to a Hispanic family by the name of Rodriguez who were traveling from Oklahoma to San Antonio,Texas.
Her mother was pregnant and they were going to starve. She was never told her given name. She was adopted and named Maria Louisa,nicknamed "India" and raised by the family.
Papers were lost over time and after marrying Jesus Chapa Levrie in , who was five years younger than her and then raising 12 children, she never pursued her true heritage.
She lived and raised the children in Del Rio,Texas and was drawn to holistic medicine. She was even referred to as " Bruja" witch because of her town reputation of knowing the "healing" ways.
She passed in and not even her own children "bothered" themselves to take a maternal DNA test out of curiosity. Now, my husband, Jorge Cristobal is curious, both our daughters are and our oldest has been inquiring where to go for a TRUE site to check.
My mother said they lived "back in the woods". It would be nice to find out just for the extra branch on the family tree what clan she was from. I just found out through "findagrave.
On the site it actually said that she married under a different name to protect her Indian identity and that she was full-blooded Cherokee and a member of the Paint Clan.
Her name was Anna Elizabeth Thompson White. I hope to find out what tribe my ancestor was from one day. Dad said it was his great grandmother who was full blood.
Very beautiful dark skin and jet black hair. I pray one day I learn of my family heritage on the Cherokee side. But, more than anything I just want to know.
Hello from lost Cherokee from Alabama. I am not sure of my heritage or if I am native American. I have been told that I am.
I do know that my great grandfather's name was Davidson Bird Alexander Myers from Tennessee. Can anyone help me. I just wanted to thank rudi for inviting me to join this group.
My father is half Cherokee Indian pasted away in August would love to have a Indian priest ti say a prayer as we spread his ashes.
I am in the Bear Clan in South Carolina. I would love to find more of my relatives. Some lived in Franklin, NC and some in the Oconee area of South Carolina.
I need help finding the clan my ancestors came from. My great grandmother was Ina Pirl Golden, I'm not sure which clan she was from but I would appreciate any help from you.
My wife's family came from Texas, Grandmother Cherokee. She died recently but she told me that the Cherokee believed in one god like the jews, and called him by a similar name like ya ha wah or yaweh.
So many Cherokee did not go on the Trail. Surely, most did not? Our ancestors melted into the bush, living in the forests of north Georgia unmolested.
From Dahlonega, my male ancestors fought for the South and died in the last stand for Atlanta. Apparently, the Confederacy had offered to deed some of their lands back to them.
I have a vase made by my grandmother's grandmother, "Nationi" is written on it. My grandmother taught me very, very little of the culture; I do not claim to be Cherokee.
I realize it would sound lame. I am one of the thousands with blood from north Georgia who appear white, whose culture is white, are mostly white, but who carry the blood of the Cherokee in our veins.
My mother,s maiden name is Brock. My family heritage goes back to Jesse Brock and Chief Redbird Brock, I believe Susanne Caroline was his wife and she is a member of the Red Clan, I have read information about Jesse and Chief Aaron Redbook Brock, It seems their is a lot of debate on whether he was a cherokee or if he married a Cherokee women.
My mother always said she had cherokee blood from great great grandmothers side in the Brock family Can you shed any light on this. What most people should know and understand when researching their family tree is that the Cherokee Nation and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians EBCI are two separate tribes.
Both have completely different enrollment standards. The Cherokee Nation only requires you to have an ancestor on the Roll and the EBCI require you to 1.
Have and ancestor on the roll 2. Meet blood quantum qualifications and now 3. There are only three federally recognized Cherokee tribes the one here in NC and two in OK.
You can find out more about enrollment and history through the Enrollment Department and you should look on the website www.
Bonnie, thank you so much for this article. I am enamored with the history of it all. I just wrote about a Cherokee Matthew "Maasaw" Howard who went to build a house and found the land he bought was indigenous ceremonial site.
Now it's being protected thank gosh he discovered what it was. I read all of your articles and learn so much.
Thanks so much. In trying to do some research on my own I greatly feel my grandmother was illegitimate. If so I am not ashamed. But I understand this was the custom to adopt out or discard the child.
I don't know if my mother or ants have even entertained the idea. My heritage is that grandmother Ruby was borne and raised Cherokee Reservation.
I found this writings on the Cherokee Clans was so intriguing. For years I been looking for my family history.
Now after reading this short summary of the Native American Indians. My grand parents live right there in the stomp grounds.
Nothing was explain to me ,but the way the land was place in the female name clans keeper explain my grand parents actions.
Another thing all male had to leave home and start their on family and the elder male was left at home as guard of home!
I grew up like many ways as desibe here. It explain my medical history I been treated wrong for years. Thank you ,I graceful to your information.
I learn so much from your message,please keep during these studies. Would like to learn which clan came through Decaturville, Missouri during the massive move of the Trail of Tears My Dad's mom's name was Ida Mae Teer- West I'm having trouble finding her parents names and so forth.
Oconostota was my grt, grt, grt, grt, grt, I would love to know alI can about him. My Father's family is Ballew's I noticed that their name was part of two clans.
Long Hair and Blue Holly. Was that normal? I found this very interesting His people left the Great Smokeys but they went where they wanted to go to and went to Texas instead.
My question is this Which of your seven alleged clans would these folks fall into? Alot of history is lost in families of Cherokee hertige.
I found some on mine. Hard to find out more on this side. Lyttle family of North Carolina, only word of mouth ii seems.
Any ideas? I love that this article was written. Love learning about history of the Cherokee Nation. I would also like to ask if there is any connection to the bird clan of the Cherokee and the Thoth keeper of the secret s of magic bird clan in the Egyptian realm of things because you know we are all interlinked in one way or another and would like your opinion on this subject thank you very much love Jen.
I did some research with the help of some documenting of my mom so my grandpa's mother was full Cherokee his father was Irish so rumors has it that type of union was kept secret no numbers I looked at my great grandmothers name it was tiny elizabeth maple now doing the research of which I so love to do I put together the maple and linked it to the bird trib I am hoping I did good and would love some input on my findings thank you so much Jen.
Thank you , Wado for this imformation, it is very interesting and thought profoking!!! Trina with. My Great Grandmothers name was Betis? She married into the Woodburn family.
She spent many years in the State of Texas. If anyone has any information. My family paternal grandmother was Cherokee with roots back to her grandmother born in in Arkansas.
The names Violes and Snow have all been connected, but hard to track them. Mostly letters, and etc. My 3x Grandfather is Obediah Benge I understand he was a Cherokee Lawman at one time.
Thank you for this article. It is very informative and I may have found a family member. My grandmothers mother was a Prescott. Now I am wondering if she was related to the Christopher Prescott written about below.
I will have to do some searching. They were from Alabama so there may be a link. Again thank you for your research and article.
My 3xgreat grandma was Cherokee and from the Wolf Clan. She escaped the Trail of Tears by fleeing to the mountains of Virginia. Her father was Robert Running Bear Arms.
We found a Robert Arms on a North Carolina Census from and however from what i have learned Indians were not part of Federal Census prior to Do you have knowledge on how to research Native American Wolf Clan history?
Clan designation is highly confidential to their members. Not spoken of except by word of mouth in the clan.
Other members of the tribe from other clans can recognize their clan designation from the colors of other items they wore. I had a very difficult time finding his clan in print was nothing was written down of the members names.
These would have been in Cherokee. And I have yet to find a cross reference of names Cherokee to English. If anyone here has found that will you let me know thank you.
Thank you for the information on the Cherokee clans. I have strong Cherokee ancestors in my family. I'm trying to get information on the clans to let the rest of my family know about our clan, the White Wolf.
You have given me more information about the clans than I have found before. Again thank you. My grandpa Wesley Greenberry english How would I go about researching my Cherokee ancestry?
My mom told us she was almost completely Cherokee. She was put into fostercare at a young age due to her parents both died at a young age.
Her maiden name is Shields on her dad side. Her mom's maiden name is Theoria. Nellie Theoria gave birth to my mom Sylvia May Shields on June 10, Nellie died about 8 days later.
My mom also had a Sister named Dorthy Dottie Shields. My mom passed away I have been trying to find out about my mom's native American Heritage since then.
My dad's family is of the Blackfoot Natives. I can't find to much about that either. I hope someone out there can help.
Cherokee Blood has continued to flow thru me from four generations of my Mother's family. My Great-Great-Great-Great Grandmother was Eastern Band Cherokee in NC She married an Irishman.
I am very proud of my Native American Heritage My great grandfather was Attachulla one of the Chiefs of the Cherokee Nation.
He also went to England to form alliance to over throw the French and settlers. His daughter was named Cherokee and married my grandfather.
What clan did he belong to? Thekrogerwineguy yahoo. My cherokee families.. Samuel Bigby married the sister of charles R. Samuel Bigby son James is my 5 time great Grandfather.
Her mother was full blood daughter of the Bark.. Samuel Bigby wife. Hicks mother was daughter of old chief Broom of Broom Town.
Hicks grandmother is who I need info on. I know it's a fact Samuel Bigby Married. The older sister of Charles R. I too am a descendant of War Chief Tsiyu Gansini Dragging Canoe and his father Principal Chief Attakullakulla Little Carpenter.
Little Carpenter was from the Nipissig tribe of the Great Lakes area. His wife was of the Natchez. They were both originally captured slaves, but were adopted by the Cherokee tribe, or as the tribe once called themselves, aniyun-wiya "the real people".
Little Carpenter was later chosen to lead the Wolf Clan, and became the principal chief of all the Cherokee.
I also have Cherokee and other undetermined Native ancestors on my father's side. To this day, I live only a stones throw away from where he and his young warriors made camp and fought--lived here most of my life.