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The Great Tribe of the Mik-Mak come from the north of the Minnisota border on the Canadian side. Even though it doesn't seem much,and I was mostly raised in the city(away from any natives), I never felt quite right about my place here.
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It would be wonderful if we could all introduce ourselves and offer our hands in friendship to everyone on the site and maybe even have a little virtual teaching circle for folks from all walks of life to participate in and learn about us and our culture. I don't want to blab on too much but just sayin' what's up? the wolf clanwe have members in the Deer Clan (not to be confused with the white deer clan)anyhow.care and glad to see some interesting folx.
I am assuming since there are threads asking all Aussie folks to introduce themselves, that this is okay. OSAYO and Blessed Be All My name is Waya Digadili and I am Part Cherokee, Melungeon and Mik-Mak. Being a woman, I have been asked on more than one occassion by guys if I had any Indianin me. Seriously though, There is cree from my fathers side.
It is good to see family on here and am Honored to be invited. As my mother(who is english/irish) tells it--my great,great grandfather came from Scotland and married an Indian Princess.