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This week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in preparation for a 2020 presidential run, decided to fight back against President Trump's brutal nickname for her: Pocahontas.
This week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in preparation for a 2020 presidential run, decided to fight back against President Trump's brutal nickname for her: Pocahontas.
 
Most Americans have been propagandized rather than educated on the causes of the War Between the States (aka, The War of Northern Aggression; aka, The War to Prevent Southern Independence; aka, the Civil War).
Most Americans have been propagandized rather than educated on the causes of the War Between the States (aka, The War of Northern Aggression; aka, The War to Prevent Southern Independence; aka, the Civil War).
 
Letís quickly agree that I am not a historian but have been to Cherokee, N.C. and read how the White Chief William Thomas remained in North Carolina and over a period of time was able to create the Reservation.
Letís quickly agree that I am not a historian but have been to Cherokee, N.C. and read how the White Chief William Thomas remained in North Carolina and over a period of time was able to create the Reservation.
 
Would the fact that Breneau College Museum has the Virginia Dare stones that connect with the missing colony of Roanoke Island, NC story make this old photo more interesting?
Would the fact that Breneau College Museum has the Virginia Dare stones that connect with the missing colony of Roanoke Island, NC story make this old photo more interesting?
 
The Catawba Indian Nation's plan to build a $340 million casino/resort in Cleveland County would end the Eastern Band of Cherokees' gaming monopoly in North Carolina. First, the proposal must receive unprecedented federal approval in a case complicated by murky laws, allegations that campaign contri
The Catawba Indian Nation's plan to build a $340 million casino/resort in Cleveland County would end the Eastern Band of Cherokees' gaming monopoly in North Carolina. First, the proposal must receive unprecedented federal approval in a case complicated by murky laws, allegations that campaign contri
 
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