A Guide for Tracing and Honoring Your Cherokee Ancestors
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Dr. Tony Mack McClure,

Dr. Tony Mack McClureA native Tennessean and mixed-blood Cherokee descendant, is a certified member of the Native American Journalists Association and Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers, committeeman for the Tennessee Chapter of the National Trail of Tears Association and frequent speaker before social, civic and student groups. He has been the producer-director of Bill Dance Outdoors, the nation's highest-rated outdoors-oriented television program for more than 25 years. The Program airs twice each weekend on The Nashville Network. Tony's work has appeared in numerous magazines and 250 newspapers, on all four television networks and major cable systems.
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Payroll by right of Cherokee blood  Robin


Sample Census roll page 1886 Cherokee census




Author's wife Robin McClure and her friend Levi Walker take a break from dancing at Cherokee Homecoming Festival Rome, GA 1997


Sample Dawes roll census card





Dancing Butterfly in traditional youth dancing dress.



Cherokee Ahnawake Clinch in traditional tear dress
Ahnawake Clinch  Chief Whitepath

Statues of Chiefs Whitepath and Fly Smith , Trail of Tears State Park, Hopkinsville, KY



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