I would love to learn more about POWHATAN culture and coverse with others that may be related in some distant manner. I have known for many years there is Native American blood in my family but after seeing you all last year I am trying to find out more about myself and how I can still help out. Dion Daly My name is Melanie and only recently I learned of my biological father being Native American.
I have researched his family and have learned he was of Powhatan decent. I was told she died giving birth to my Grandfather; Ernest M.
i'm very proud of the poeple who made this site possible- it gives me pride and joy to know that we are making ourselves known.
it is about time that people learn who we are and what we have overcome throughout history. i am proud to be native american, and may all who are also be proud of their roots. keep the fires of our backround burning in a world that tries to block it out. anakalia My name is Mike Flinn and I am researching my family history as it relates to the Powhatan People.
Peace, Herringchoke Loretta Murray Anegwaba natiao: Greetings on behalf of the Council and Chiefs Cibanakan and Boriwex of the Taino Nation. We would like permission to link to our website at the good work. Told Father of Great-Grand Ma Hester was Full a Full Blooded Chief; Told her Sister and I, our tribe was, sounds-like "ker-ee-ow-see"; 6hrs before Mom transitioned (1999,91 yrs)she did a ?? w/Flowers, centered on her while lying in bed; I held Vase); Chanted & made circular motions around the flowers; Kept asking "seeds" looked okay on her face; practiced her "coffin pose"; why???
You can''t leave this world and enter the next "looking any kind of way"; NOW, WHO AM I???
Wouldn't it be something if I discover my roots right here in my home.