Pictures from my trip to the Cherokee Nation Festival 2001.
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Pictures at the State of the Nation address...

The Chief addresses the crowd.

Cherokee Marshal Service's Patch

Young and old attended the ceremony.

Wilma Mankiller, former Principal Chief

(left to right) Chad "Corntassel" Smith (Principal Chief of the Cheroke Nation of Oklahoma), and me

Other pictures...

One of the street signs in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. It is in English and Cherokee!

(left to right) Lila Beatrice Adair Konstantin (my mother), me, Morris Benjamin Konstantin, Jr. (my father)

Ned Christie, and a picture of his daughter's family.

To some, Ned Christie was a hero. To others, he was an outlaw. Such is the way of history...

The Flint Couthouse

Part of Fort Gibson, one of the ends of the Trail of Tears.

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