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1st Birthday Celebration Pow Wow (2018)

Start: January 27, 2018

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1st Birthday Celebration Pow Wow for Olivia Sue Jones.

This event is open to the public and free to attend.

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Start: January 27, 2018, All Day

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Submitted by PowWow Calendar on: January 13, 2018

Organizer:
Contact: Nancy Oyebi

Phone: 918-822-1805

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Venue:

Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds: 545 Tsali Blvd., Cherokee, NC




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2 thoughts on “1st Birthday Celebration Pow Wow (2018)

  1. Ronnie Moorehouse says:

    I am interested in pow-wows I believe my mother was Cherokee and would like to find out for sure how will I go about finding out about this? Her maiden name was bishop and have no information other than what I have heard from some family I was orphaned in early 1960 in Tennessee spent most time when young in orphanage Tenn prep school nashville,Tenn.

    • PowWow Calendar says:

      Hello Ronnie. I would recommend talking to one of the elders at a Pow Wow to see if they can help you. I have dabbled in Ancestry.com and was able to find out a few things about my family. You might also try looking online for the genealogical and historical society of the town you were born. Not all towns have one of those, but if there is one, it will be like a library with volunteers running it and they love to try to help people find their ancestry. They may charge for their time, though, so be prepared for that. Good luck.

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