I Am Native American (creek Indian)

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    Me Too

    I'm from the Eastern Creek from Florida. My Aunt did the paperwork for us when I was a kid. I think a lot of us are in my area. I'm 1 /4 creek. On my dad's side I'm not sure but I'm confident in loaded there too.
    sarahgirlelizabeth sarahgirlelizabeth
    36-40, T
    Nov 14, 2013

    Is it offensive if I post here

    as a Seminole descendent ?
    Alylovespuppies Alylovespuppies
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Oct 12, 2014

    I Am Creek Indian

    my granfather is a full blooded indian
    creekchief creekchief
    Aug 17, 2009

    How To Verify Lineage And Tribal Eligibility

    Hi everyone, About ten years ago I learned from an aunt of mine that my great grandmother was a full blooded Ocmulgee Creek from Georgia. That means she, and my grandmother, were (are) half creek.... which makes me 1/8th. I went to the Dawes roll listing and found my great...
    cvann5 cvann5
    51-55, M
    Jan 10, 2013

    Proud To Be...

    Hi. I also am Creek, although I am only just getting together my paperwork for enrollment in Oklahoma...mostly because of the different things we were told as kids about blood quantum and what was "enough" for enrollment and all of the other tales that came with it. My Indian...
    Noa24 Noa24
    Sep 7, 2012

    ''toohoolhoolzote''..nez Perce' Chief

    '''When I shot any kind of bird, when I killed, I saw that its life went out with its blood. This taught me for what purpose I am here. I came into this world to die. My body is only to hold a spirit life. Should my blood be sprinkled, I want no wounds from behind. Death should...
    Jones47 Jones47
    61-65, M
    Feb 19, 2012

    Green Corn Ceremony

    It is once again time for the green corn creremony and green corn dance depending on which native indian tribe. As the corn ripens keepers of the faith will determine times for ceremonies. Fasting proir to ceremony time is also traditional. A cremonial fire is also common and...
    roboto59 roboto59
    51-55, M
    Jun 30, 2012

    100% Respect

    I have 100% respect for the Native people in this land, in which we call America. Those native people were full of culture, art, compasion for the environment, and most of all they were warriors. They fought and fought and fought......to the very end and still today they hold...
    usmcvince usmcvince
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Mar 29, 2010

    True Na Indian Spirituality Awakened Me.

    My mothers blood comes from the PeeDee Creek living in Buckhead SC. Her Half French grandfather married a full blood Creek Woman and from there the moonshiners that they were, hid their heritage until my mother married my father carrying the Cherokee heritage...
    Strongheart Strongheart
    6 Responses Aug 22, 2008

    Leathea Francietta Whisenhunt

    My great grandmother was full blooded Creek Indian from Alabama. I don't know much more than her name and was wondering if anyone knew which clan her family may have been a part of. She was born in 1911, I think and died in the late 1980's. She still has family in Alabama but I...
    Whisenhunt Whisenhunt
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jan 3, 2013

    Who I Am!

    I am a woman who has had many experiences that I really don't always care to admit to but I think it comes from me always wanting to please people and make them happy.  I really love helping people and I tend to trust to much.  I love to touch and be touched in a...
    goofyforlife goofyforlife
    36-40, F
    1 Response Dec 22, 2009

    Est Mvskokee Toya

    My mother was full blooded Mvskokee Creek and I grew up in a 1955 Oldsmobile traveling around the  country doing migrant picking or maybe Etckee (Mother) would work at a bar or what ever she could find to feed us or to put gas in the car to get us to the next town or at...
    Olandwebb Olandwebb
    Jul 27, 2008

    I grew up in Oklahoma.

    my grandfather is a tribal elder and I used to eat the best Indian tacos at Creek Fest. Now that I live in Tennessee I get very homesick for red dirt and pow wows, and listening to songs in Mvskoke.
    ambRAWR ambRAWR
    26-30, F
    Nov 5, 2015

    Yes I have blonde hair

    and blue eyes.. I get so annoyed when people bash pale folks for claiming their heritage. Don't dishonor my grandparents by telling me I'm not indian enough for you. I'm carrying the blood of my grandmother. The blood she had to pretend not to be part of to survive in the south...
    mrsdavid1975 mrsdavid1975
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Oct 12, 2014

    Haikey Family‚ô•

    I am from Oklahoma and My mother is 1/2 Creek. Her father, my Grandpa was a full-blood Creek Indian. I'm so very proud to be a Creek citizen.
    le41majik le41majik
    Mar 27, 2012

    Creek Indian

    My great great grandma was a full blooded indian princess.
    Novouto Novouto
    18-21, M
    1 Response Dec 18, 2007

    Muskoke Language

    Pumpunnvkv Vcayecvkes- Lets preserve our language. Unfortunately less peoples belonging to the Muskoke tribes even speak our language anymore. Our language is in grave danger of becomming a lost language in the next couple of generations. Keep our language alive by learning it...
    roboto59 roboto59
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 23, 2012

    Est Mvskokee Toya

    My mother was full blooded Mvskokee Creek and I grew up in a 1955 Oldsmobile traveling around the  country doing migrant picking or maybe Etckee (Mother) would work at a bar or what ever she could find to feed us or to put gas in the car to get us to the next town or at...
    Olandwebb Olandwebb
    1 Response Jul 27, 2008


    Lots of Creek Indian blood flowing through my mother's side of the family. My great great great (I'm not sure how many "greats" there are ha) uncle was Chief Calvin McGhee. My great-grandmother and her siblings were all full-blooded Creek. Um, yeah, that's all I can...
    SydneyNoel22 SydneyNoel22
    18-21, F
    1 Response Nov 12, 2007

    Proud to Be Creek

    My grandmother (my mother's mom) was 1/2 Creek Indian and my great grandfather(my mom's grandfather) was full blooded Creek. Then on my father side my great grandmother was a full blooded Creek Indian, she was also the daughter of a chief.    
    southernblonde southernblonde
    36-40, F
    Apr 9, 2008

    "yahalgi" Wolf People Or Wolf Clan

    My roots are creek indian. My relatives were from miss and alabama. I am proud of my family history. I have reintroduced myself to the muskogee language. My elders taught me to respect the land and our resources. " Este-cate omis" "I am Indian"
    roboto59 roboto59
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 22, 2011


    my grandfather on my moms side is full blooded creek indian and my grandmother is 5/8 creek but on my dads side my grandfather is full blooded cherokee and my grand mother is 3/4 cherokee so would I be creek or cherokee
    cherokeeteen cherokeeteen
    Aug 6, 2012
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