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Annie Fields Ballard pictured here in the 1860s, was a survivor of the Trail of Tears

My Great-Great Grandmother Annie Fields Ballard pictured here in the was a survivor of the Trail of Tears. She is the mother of Susie Ballard. Susie Ballard was full blooded Cherokee but only registered as so that she could own land.

 Indian couple.....1912

A very handsome Native North American couple, Situwuka and Katkwachsnea 1912 Native American portrait photo of Alaskan Tlingit Indians

Creek Indian Chiefs - Opotheyehala, bears a STRONG resemblance to Sean's dad and uncle

Creek Indian Chiefs - Opotheyehala, bears a looks like he may be relatrd to William Augustus Bowles (Estajoca).

Sehoy Marchand, the Indian "princess" Wind Clan.  We descend from her granddaughter Sophie, sister to William Red Eagle Weatherford, who led the Red Stix against the White Stix and Andrew Jackson in the Creek Indian Wars.  Sophie's twins Rachel and Rebecca were born during the conflict.  Rachel is my direct ancestor.

Sehoy Marchand, the Indian "princess" Wind Clan. We descend from her daughter Sehoy ll, and granddaughter Rachel (twin Rebecca) born during the Creek Indian War.

Umatilla Indian young girl in a Full-length Portrait.  It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.

Umatilla Indian Girl Here we present a rare image of Innocence; it is a Umatilla Indian Girl in a Full-length Portrait. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. The image presenta a touching view of this young child.

Creek Names.  Sehoy is a recurring name for women in our Creek family tree.

Creek Chief Yoholo-Micco The name of the artist is Charles Bird King.

Chief Red Eagle; Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

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