- The Legend of the Cherokee Rose (nu na hi du na tlo hi lu i)
- Tosahwi (White Knife or Silver Knife or Silver Brooch), Penateka Comanche chief
- Sanapia, Comanche Eagle Medicine Woman
- Is Nick Jonas' Cherokee ancestry documented?
- James Gardner was one quarter Cherokee
- Chuck Norris is one quarter Cherokee
Ahshahwaygeeshegoqua, Ojibwe warrior woman
Hanging Cloud was the so-called "Chippewa Princess" who was renowned as a warrior and as the only female among the Chippewa allowed to participate in the war ceremonies and dances, and to wear the plumes of the warriors.
Little Turtle, Miami Chief
Little Turtle was a Miami chief, who fought several battles with the United States in the 1790s, which was referred to at the time as Little Turtle's War (now known as the Northwest Indian War). In 1791, his warriors defeated General St. Clair, who lost 623 men, the most decisive loss by the US against Native American forces ever.
Legend Of Crazy Woman's Fork
The Absarakas, or Crow nation, have the reputation of being good friends to the whites, and it is also said they have never warred with them. Iron Bull, a renowned chief of the Crows, relates the following legend.
Henry Starr robbed more banks than both the James-Younger Gang and the Doolin-Dalton Gang put together
Henry Starr, Cherokee, (1873–1921) was the last in a long line of Starr family criminals. Twice sentenced by Judge Isaac Parker to hang for murder, he managed to escape the noose due to technicalities and went on to form a notorious gang that terrorized and robbed throughout northwest Arkansas and Colorado around the start of the 20th century.
Long ago, there lived a very handsome youth. All the girls were eager to marry him, but he did not care for women. There was a good-looking girl who was living with her grandmother. She proposed to the youth, but he refused to marry her. The girl returned and complained to her grandmother.
Enrollment requirements of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe
The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe consists of these bands: Bois Forte Band (Nett Lake), Fond du Lac Band, Grand Portage Band, Leech Lake Band, Mille Lacs Band, and White Earth Band. Here are the enrollment requirements for the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe.