Jun 26, 2019 · We have to remember that children are the most sacred gift Wakan Tanka has given us and yet some of them are treated so badly. We as Native people MUST find a way to stop this! We are better than that and we are stronger than that. We have to be stronger than ever because this drug problem is destroying our families and our communities.
Dec 09, 2019 · Before fighting alongside the northern tribes, Dragging Canoe first initiated a small battle/raid in Kentucky. After the small raid in Kentucky, the first Cherokee campaigns commenced. War parties were sent to South and North Carolina. The Cherokee conquered land around the Blue Ridge, and the Catawba River.
To this day, Dragging Canoe is remembered. As one Cherokee scholar has noted, his descendants still recall with great pride Dragging Canoe's bold statement to a Native American delegation in 1779. "But we are not yet conquered." SELECTED SOURCES: Albert Bender. "Dragging Canoe: A true American Indian hero." The Tennessean, March 13, 2016.
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Dragging Canoe contracted smallpox at a young age, which left his face pock-marked. The onslaught of the disease in 1738 - 1739 resulted in the death of over half of the Alexander Cameron recorded Dragging Canoe's speech, which became known as the "We are not yet conquered" speech.
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Dragging Canoe is first in this, Tsugunsini, son of the Carpenter. Survivor of the pox, he leans to war, and with him are a third the Nation led by Bloody Fellow, Tsaladihi, Willenawah and the Hanging maw, Lying Fish, John Watts, the Buck, and Kitegiska, brother to Oconostota.