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Old 12-25-2011, 12:55 PM   #54
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Originally Posted by Scabbraidz View Post
I'm guessing this is the video?? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAaxi...eature=related

The title of the video is, "creek indians". Not, "Town Creek Mound Powwow". Anybody that saw the title and then the contents of the video(especially that dude at the beginning) would think what MagicalOillusions did. The description ain't even better just says, "Indian Pow wow"...
Well the funny part was the guy himself did not even know what tribe his people are from and only recently looking for his native side.

The people in that video is actually the Federal Eastern Band of Cherokee. If he asked where the REAL Indians are to them in person they would of pulled out a Federal Recognigtion card on him.

Town Creek mound is actually on the Sara/Cheraw (Siouan speakers) historical land which was the neighbors to the Cherokee. I'd say it's around a 1 to 1 and a half hr drive from the Cherokee reservation. The Sara/Cheraw was incorparted into the Saponi tribe at Fort Christanna, where their children was held as hostages in the Virginia boarding school of the 1720 time frame.

Many of the locals have shortened it to just "creek".
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