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    1. [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
    2. Betty Robnettelay
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    09/27/2012 06:48:42
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    2. Betty Robnettelay
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    09/27/2012 04:23:38
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    2. Betty Robnettelay
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    09/24/2012 08:34:52
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    2. Betty Robnettelay
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    09/08/2012 10:15:20
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    08/17/2012 02:41:27
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    08/14/2012 04:37:49
    1. [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
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    08/02/2012 08:40:35
    1. [NA-SIOUX] Heritage
    2. Nicole Lee
    3. Hello, My mom was born on February 25 1941 either on or near the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota.Her mom's name was Nina Reed & she had a grandfather with the last name of Powell.Both last names are correct but I'm not sure the spelling is.She was adopted by a couple in the Huron/DeSmet area.I was always led to believe & my heart believes that I have Indian blood in my veins.My mother has passed but I'm trying to find the people she always wished to for both her & myself.Please help me if you can. Nikki (Nicole Lee)

    05/17/2012 11:10:49
    1. [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
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    01/11/2012 05:14:56
    1. [NA-SIOUX] LIGHT family search
    2. LIGHT, Elizabeth R. DOB 16, October, 1848 Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois We have located records in the census rolls after her second year. We are seeking information linking her to the Sioux Nation. It is believed she was adopted by the LIGHT family (Mathias and Martha). Were records kept of adoptions at that time? Is it possible that the LIGHT family was also Sioux? Does anyone know if there is information about the individual tribes in Illinois at that time? Thank you.

    11/04/2011 11:37:21
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] Siouan Tribes of the East
    2. Judy White
    3. The Siouan Tribes of the East was Mooney's most speculative work. He began the shorter monograph even before he finished writing his study of the Ghost Dance. The study had its roots in the work he accomplished thus far on the Indian synonymy, and in the extensive review of the literature of early exploration most recently incorporated in his article on the Potamic tribes. Gatschet had tentatively declared the Biloxis of southern Mississippi and the Catawbas of South Carolina to be of Siouan stock. About the time of Gatschet's Siouan research, Horatio Hale had compiled a list of one hundred words of the Tutelo language. Hale's informant was an ancient Tutelo, the "last of his tribe," living with the Cayuga in Canada. The book discusses, Southern Atlantic Stocks, Siouan migrations, Biloxi Paskagula, Moctobi, Chozetta, Manahoac and Monacan Indian Tribes. Saponi and Tutelo. The Sara and Keyauwee Indians. Eno, Shoccoree and Adshusheer, Catawba, Waxhaw, Sugeree Pedee, Waccamaw, Sewee, Santee, Wateree, and Congaree. The South Carolina tribes, Cherokee, Shawano, Uchi, Saluda, Notchee, Etiwaw, Westo, Stono, Edisto, Coosa, and Cusobo. Local names from Siouan tribal names in Virginia and Carolina. Publication of The Siouan Tribes of the East preceded by a year that of Mooney's study of the Ghost Dance. When it appeared in 1895 it met with immediate criticisms, many of which are sustained to this day. In a symbolic way, The Siouan Tribes of the East took him away from his study of southeastern Indians. It helped to direct his attention westward to the great Sioux Nation and, in time, to other High plains cultures. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/siouan/east/ Please enjoy and let us know what you thought about the book, and feel free to pass the information on to friends and other lists. Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    01/05/2011 07:31:38
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] RELATED TO A.M.E.-MOIE(ANNA)BORN 1930/OSAGE
    2. Betty Robnettelay
    3. thank you for that information but can you find the story in the newspapers about a sioux couple who had a baby girl in buffalo ny at e j meyers mem hospital and it was stolen out of the nursery by a man whose own baby boy died from a disease in and arond 1940 to 1942 it was in all the papers and even in court i believe to be state supremen court family divisions please reply backĀ  aho --- On Fri, 7/23/10, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote: From: [email protected] <[email protected]> Subject: [NA-SIOUX] RELATED TO A.M.E.-MOIE(ANNA)BORN 1930/OSAGE To: [email protected] Date: Friday, July 23, 2010, 10:39 PM She is my great, great,great grandmother on my dad's side fromĀ  Oklahoma. Married to WM IV Fletcher. Son/ Rev. George Fletcher also born in Oklahoma on 3/7/1845. They moved to Plant City , Florida and buried there. I would appreciate any information. I'm curious as to what the AME means? Thanks Yvonne Story of the Sioux Indians, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/sioux_indians_index.htm Sioux Indian History, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/siouan/siouanfamilyhist.htm ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    07/23/2010 02:56:00
    1. [NA-SIOUX] RELATED TO A.M.E.-MOIE(ANNA)BORN 1930/OSAGE
    2. She is my great, great,great grandmother on my dad's side from Oklahoma. Married to WM IV Fletcher. Son/ Rev. George Fletcher also born in Oklahoma on 3/7/1845. They moved to Plant City , Florida and buried there. I would appreciate any information. I'm curious as to what the AME means? Thanks Yvonne

    07/23/2010 12:39:25
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] Chief Black Bear-Yankton Sioux Tribe in 1800's
    2. Deanna J. Gomez
    3. Did you check out Oyate Proboards? Sheri Wild wrote: > Hi, > I am looking for any information about Chief Black Bear from the Yankton Sioux Tribe in the 1800's. They were located in South Dakota and he signed some treaties. > Sheri > [email protected] > > > > --------------------------------- > Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > >

    05/02/2008 06:31:42
    1. [NA-SIOUX] Chief Black Bear-Yankton Sioux Tribe in 1800's
    2. Sheri Wild
    3. Hi, I am looking for any information about Chief Black Bear from the Yankton Sioux Tribe in the 1800's. They were located in South Dakota and he signed some treaties. Sheri [email protected] --------------------------------- Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.

    05/02/2008 05:49:06
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] Many New Pages
    2. Judy White
    3. We have added many new pages to Native American Genealogy, you might want to visit!! Choctaw Freedmen and Oak Hill Industrial School http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/choctaw_freedmen.htm Brief historical sketch of the work and workers at Oak Hill Industrial School. Mississippi Choctaw Investment Company http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/mississippi_choctaw_investment_company.htm Hopefully some of our readers can provide more information on this company North American Indians of the Plains http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/plains/ Indian Biographies http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/indian_biographies.htm I went through all the different books we have online and compiled a list, some people are listed more than once. The Apache Indian http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/apache/ History of the Indian Tribes on North America http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/history_indian_tribes_north_america.htm Contains bios and sketches along with photos of many chief's Feel free to pass this along to other lists, friends, family and any one else you choose. Thanks Judy

    11/07/2007 03:54:57
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
    2. I am not sure what or when my original emial was sent to you. Here is my situation: My name is Shiela Menoken. Unlike many people that are members of a tribe I actually have a real Native American name. My grandfather was half Native American and half German/Pa Dutch. He told me that his family was originally from North Dakota and that someone named High Bull was his relative. He died 20 years ago. He had pictures of his relatives so I know his was telling the truth. After his death my Aunt took over his home and then she died and left it to her daughter who is in denial of her ancestry. I am unable to get any proof because instead of offering the house to someone in the family she sold it to a stranger for $1500. Anyway I have been searching for years to find information on my family. My grandfather is listed as a Mulatto on the census. In the 1903s he wanted to start a business. NJ told him Indians can't own anything in NJ so he said he was Negro. He became a millionaire in 10 years. Is there anyone out there willing to help me? your question to me: Im sorry, what is this email concerning? [email protected] wrote: > Helpful is > Native American genealogy at Yahoo groups. > ************************************** See what's new at http://www.aol.com

    09/28/2007 05:05:03
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
    2. Deanna J. Gomez
    3. Im sorry, what is this email concerning? [email protected] wrote: > Helpful is > Native American genealogy at Yahoo groups. > > > > ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at > http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > >

    09/28/2007 02:00:08
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
    2. Helpful is Native American genealogy at Yahoo groups. ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour

    09/03/2007 11:35:17
    1. Re: [NA-SIOUX] (no subject)
    2. Deanna J. Gomez
    3. really, what group is that and how is it helpful? [email protected] wrote: > I belong to a Native American genealogy group online that is very helpful. > > > > ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > >

    09/03/2007 01:55:42