I Am Aboriginal

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 964 People

    I'm Not Entirely Sure.

    I did research and found I am related to an Aboriginal slave who lived a few hundred years ago. his slave name was Crispin Smith, but that is all I know. I have talked to Aboriginals on the internet. I am surprised that the culture is alive and thriving. They are rich in...
    dustygirl122 dustygirl122
    18-21, F
    10 Responses Jan 8, 2008

    Lost And Found Ancestory!

    Well of course I have always known that I am aboriginal, but I never really knew to much about where I came from. My mother was adopted by dutch people so she wasn't herself really connected to our culture. Until one summer we finally got to go up to kenora where we are from...
    TiaDickinson TiaDickinson
    26-30, F
    1 Response Apr 9, 2012

    Based On Family Tree Research

    turns out on my mom's side, her mom my grandmother was related to Pochahontas. I am not sure of what tribe that is but it is a long time ago.
    eclecticbalance eclecticbalance
    46-50, F
    1 Response Nov 16, 2007

    I am half Aboriginal

    although I look white as I have very pale skin but my mother is Aboriginal. I've grown up more with Aboriginal people & know more about my Aboriginal side then anything else as I do not know my father. I am very proud to be an Aboriginal Australian & will always pass my...
    4EvaALady 4EvaALady
    31-35, F
    1 Response Jan 28, 2014

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    RedWolfGuy RedWolfGuy
    22-25, M
    Apr 28, 2011

    What are your thoughts on the way the Canadian

    aboriginals are treated by the government
    newmarie13 newmarie13
    31-35, F
    1 Response Sep 15, 2014

    From The Stolen G

    l am aboriginal i am also from the stolen generation, when l was young i had alot of trouble and heartaches as a young girl never knowing why my family got rid of me, although i know things now it was very painful for me,i was heading down the drinking path but l had a good hard...
    sandydrummo sandydrummo
    46-50, F
    5 Responses Jan 15, 2010

    I Am..

    My grandmother on my father's side is 100% cree; from Quebec. My great grandmother on my mother's side was aboriginal as well.  
    TiPoupon TiPoupon
    18-21, F
    2 Responses May 29, 2008

    I Cut And I Need Help

    i cut my hands, i cant help it. it started when i was 12. i was talking to my friend and my boyfriend on facebook. they were both having terrible days and they both cut their wrists. my boyfriend cut really deep on that day, while he was talking to me. i told him not to but...
    raizor raizor
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jul 2, 2011

    Well, Atleast Halfway There.

    Hey everyone. I am of mixed Heritage. I am Irish, French and Moose Cree. I am half Aboriginal and the rest is Caucasian(I Look really white though). I grew up in a culturally neutral household. I've been reading into my Irish heritage and the Old Ways of those people. However, I...
    SgtOrange SgtOrange
    18-21, M
    2 Responses Sep 21, 2011

    My Hereditary Name Is Mikisiw

    which was given To Me Translates To Bald eagle Am A Member Of Ayikis Sakahikan First Nation Clan Of My Community We Are None Governing Bodies We Are Organization Called Hereditary Chiefs We Conduct Negotiations Discussion And Settlements Terms Of Treaty And Native Land, And The...
    likezwizerz likezwizerz
    36-40, M
    Sep 30, 2015

    I Am Aboriginal

    Question; what does it mean to be Aboriginal?
    ananonymousreader ananonymousreader
    36-40, M
    1 Response Apr 1, 2013

    Had To Hide My Aboriginal Heritage

    When I was growing up my mother was forced by my father to hide our Aboriginal Heritage and it was a slow poison in their marriage that took a great toll on my mother, until finally she had the courage to tell  him where to go if he was so ashamed of his wife then  he...
    OjibwayDreams OjibwayDreams
    46-50, F
    1 Response Feb 18, 2010


    no story at this time sorry
    addiecakes addiecakes
    Apr 2, 2012

    Love My Culture

     I am from a cree descent, my father was a medicine man in his community. He was more into the sweat lodges. He was great, I remember that when I went into one of his sweats I saw an eagle spirit flying around. My mother is also much apart of the culture too, she does...
    earthwindfirewater earthwindfirewater
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jan 9, 2010


    I'm from Labrador. My parents arnt, but I was born and raised there. I sometimes feel I have to defend where I'm from, from people who think were just another part of Newfoundland. I connect with the culture of my homeland, and miss the small things everyday. I like how there's a...
    LocaBella LocaBella
    18-21, F
    Feb 20, 2012

    For All Those Who Want To Travel

    I just created a site to publish my travel diary on the web. It also designed for other travelers to connect aswell. Its relatively new but i'd love to have new members on it so check it out if ou want. thanks! http://professionalwonderer.webs.com/
    AnyaPez AnyaPez
    18-21, F
    Aug 18, 2010

    I Am A Nomadic Native Person, "Incarnated"

    and yes I want to speak to a native person hear who comes from this world. we are galactic beings who settled in australia many years ago way before white humans were even hear. for so long our ships appeared like orbs or lights in the dark skies. I remember my life in my tribe...
    aitan20 aitan20
    26-30, M
    1 Response Mar 4, 2013

    I Am A Cree Aboriginal

    I am a Cree Aboriginal from Saskatchewan in Canada. I live on a reserve in the territory of TREATY #6. I have always loved my culture and I wear it proudly. I have danced jingle dress when I was younger and later fancy shall. I love pow wows and the drum. I've been to many pipe...
    IndigenousMoon IndigenousMoon
    18-21, F
    4 Responses Jul 30, 2012

    A Fascinating Connection!

    My Aboriginal roots date back to the War of 1812.  There was a barbaric battle and while the hunters were away an entire Indian Village was massacred! The local French/Celtic settlers absorbed any surviving children and babies into their own families.  When the hunters returned...
    ItsWindy ItsWindy
    56-60, F
    Sep 30, 2011

    My Life In One Short Story

    Hello, please forgive me for any small mistakes. I'd like to tell you that I just joined this website today so tell me if I did anything wrong. Anyway this is just a small storyline of my life so far. Thank you if you manage to read through it:) First let me start from the...
    HerShadow HerShadow
    1 Response Nov 3, 2013

    My Wife Not Me

    Hi my wife is aboriginal from the west coast of South Australia , I 'm sure she would be happy to talk to other indigenous people , she's 36 years old and a very very nice person .
    Davnmish Davnmish
    2 Responses Jul 15, 2012

    Wayne Quilliam Aboriginal Photographer/artist

    With more than 20 years experience as one of Australia's few professional Indigenous photographers/artists I am so pleased to work with people from other nations to record their stories and history.
    waynequilliam waynequilliam
    46-50, M
    Feb 23, 2010

    I have a lot of Cherokee on my mom's side.

    Apparently I looked just like my great great grandmother (who was full cherokee) when I was a baby.
    deleted deleted
    Dec 30, 2014

    Melting Pot

    I am aboriginal. My great great grandmother came from DjaDjaWrung country in central victoria. She may not have been a full blood and might actually have been of the Kaurna people of Adelaide. Known kamily history is only that she, a young aboriginal girl was married into the...
    rewrisk rewrisk
    41-45, M
    2 Responses Feb 20, 2012

    At the Pow Wow

    First, some might object to my use of the term Indian.  I can not use a hyphen when describing Americans.  We are one people.  The Indians of North America were enslaved, robbed, beaten and other things.  That was in history - today is today.  Let us...
    levin60kitty levin60kitty
    2 Responses Oct 14, 2008


    Hi I am a Trawlwoolway Man from Tasmania.  YES WE STILL EXIST.  The sad thing is that the "white man" has done his job well as our own people are now starting to deny each other.  What is the world coming to when your own people deny...
    probelattenner probelattenner
    31-35, M
    3 Responses Nov 5, 2008
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