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Quahna Parker
Thu Aug 27, 2015 3:33 am by Admin


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Native American Wedding Bands
Tue Jul 05, 2011 8:10 am by Admin
Native American Wedding Bands
Tribal customs are diverse and highly spiritual.


Native American wedding bands are rich in spiritual and cultural symbolism and make lovely symbols of a couple's love for one another.
Native American Jewelry

Because Native American tribes did not typically smelt metal for jewelry, wedding rings are not an ancient custom for many native peoples. On the other hand, …


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Quahna Parker Facts
Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:44 am by Admin
Birth: unknown
Death: Feb. 23, 1911

Native
American Folk Figure. He is often referred to as the last Chief of the
Comanches, but the truth of the matter is that the Comanche people never
elected him as a chief. In fact there was no such thing as Chief of the
Comanches. Each band of Comanches had their own chief. After the
surrender of the Comanche …


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Quahna Parker
Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:25 am by Admin


CEDAR LAKEOR LAGUNA SABINAS. Largest Alkali Lake on Plains; old Indian camp and burial site; birthplace of Quanah Parker.
A skirmish between Indians and United States Cavalry under command of
Lieutenant John L. Bullis took place here in October, 1875.




MONUMENT ERECTED 1936



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PostSubject: Test For Native American Blood line   Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:58 am










Many people worldwide have been unable to prove with documentation the
rumors in their families that have circulated regarding tribal heritage.


For more information on how your family may confirm your Indian Blood with a Native American DNA Test, please visit:



Genetic Testing, and learn more about how you may do so easily, from the comfort of your own home in total privacy!


Science in the 21st century has revealed that unique Haplotypes are found in over 95% of indigenous people.


This is an easily located chain of genetic material that is obtained
by the extraction of Mitochondria by utilizing a simple cheek swab.



This is good news to people of indigenous descent, as for the first time
ever in history, one can check for specific Haplotype markers to
confirm all the stories and legends passed down through the family.


This is exciting news! It affords the possibility of unenrolled
descendants to reclaim their heritage, and to open doors of opportunity
that can only be a gift from the Creator.













There are different kinds of tests one can do, results can be determined
through both the Male and Female lines of descent depending on the type
used.


This type of research is very important for many people so that they may
confirm shared ancestors with others where results are compared to make
that connection!


Once this has been accomplished, one may then have their results
compared to known data banks of other individuals from all sorts of
ethnic groups and locations in order to determine potential family
relations!


In situations where you descend from an individual outside of a direct
line, it is now becoming very popular for genealogists to contact a
cousin or one of the direct descendants of either the direct Maternal or
Paternal lines. This can be used as a means to confirm your branch in
the event your relationship is not as direct by including these cousins
as a proof of your own pedigree.


An example would be your maternal grandfather's mother's line, or say a paternal grandmother's father's line.


Contacting cousins who are connected by either direct paternal or
maternal lines can confirm your own lineage through their connection!
This new practice makes certain you can prove your ancestry for your
entire family! Very Exciting!


This opens doors for familes that have been closed for centuries. In
the uniting of our familes by honoring our ancestors, we take the first
steps in assuring future generations of their true heritage by the
definitive proof of their ancient American Indian DNA!


Recently this issue has come to the forefront in the genealogical
community, as it has been confirmed what a valuable tool that this can
be to your genealogy research.


For instance, just within the last year or so an individual whom had
been told that his father was related to Daniel Boone, was able to prove
without a doubt his relationship to the family!


Not ever having known his father, nor having paperwork to prove he was a
Boone descendant, this individual now has the legal evidence to prove
his roots, and is now in the process of legally changing his name as a
result of the findings.


This was accomplished by comparing the markers of his genes to known
members of the Boone family that proved beyond one shadow of a doubt
that he was truly a relative.


This was done by the utilization of a bank system where markers are kept
for the purpose of the comparison of one chain to another to confirm
the undeniable proof of lineage as needed today by the courts.


People who undergo this type of solution can now not only have have
proof of tribal roots, but with more detailed results that are
affordable to almost anyone, you may have your data compared to other
known families and prove your connection once and for all!


Just think... if you have the ability to compare your results to match
those of people whom are enrolled members of a Federally Recognized
Tribe as a means to prove your family ties, then you can most certainly
see the possibilities in regards to family relations.


This is what most people exploring their family history are interested
in, it is about families and to whom we are related as created by the
hands of Almighty God.


If you are like myself, you are interested in knowing your extended
family history. This is also good knowledge for health reasons in the
event that a particular illness or family trait is known to run in your
family.


For instance, a relative is ill and doctors can't ascertain just what is
wrong, perhaps knowing the information in regards to previous health
concerns that appeared in a family could have the potential to save
lives in the long run!


Not so far fetched folks. It most certainly is being done right now.
There are instances of people with undefined illnesses that have sought
extended family members for the purpose of determining if a particular
illness runs in the family. As everyone knows, most illness diagnosis
is determined by process of elimination and not usually a direct
diagnosis in most cases.


Right now, there is a group of people in California that is using
comparison markers to prove their descent from Mission Tribes whom were
recognized by Spain that were scattered because of war and assimilation.


These descendants are now able to use their results to prove they
descend from these ancestors! This was done by using the material
extracted from an unearthed cemetery that was uncovered by accident by
construction workers that had been building on the grounds of an old
Spanish Mission.


The people recently have banded together to prove that they qualify as a people for federal recognition based on the findings!


People who have been unable to prove their lineage to a specific people
because of the lack of written documentation may now utilize this
important evidence to prove their family history.


That is incredible! As someone who is interested in family history,
this is the most exciting turn of events I have ever witnessed!



Many people are unenrolled descendants, it is our goal to build a living
community of those individuals who are willing to explore this new
frontier to determine absolute proof of Native heritage.


Nothing can be more exciting than having the 100% proof of your ancestry
for your family! This is especially true when your family has searched
for decades for the answers.


This is Genealogy at its finest hour!


Please consider participating in this exciting new project!


The purpose of this project is to unite those familes of common descent who volunteer for genealogical research.


We have many members in our FREE forums who have since been able to
confirm their heridity, please join our community of friends and share
your stories about this exciting topic.


The information that is most beneficial are surnames and locations of
families so as to allow a cross match, and make that vital family
connection that will help each other to find other relatives who may or
may not have a documented pedigree.



Contributed genealogical surname data then is presented in our forums so
that another person whom is searching the same family, may connect with
you personally without any 3rd party being involved, your info and
e-mail will be available to the public so that a possible connection may
be made.




If you are interested in sharing your genelogical data for the purpose
of making that vital connection between your family and others, then
please share your information.



To share your information or to
participate in this exciting project, please register and login to our
forums and post a message in our Surname Queries Boards
Located Here!




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