An Observation On Current Events

While reading the news recently, I was struck by the similarities between the ongoing tragedy in North Dakota involving their governor, Jack Dalrymple, and a certain Seleucid (Persian) king from two millennia ago. Antiochus III was ruler of the old Persian empire during the late 3rd century BCE into the early 2nd century BCE. When he came to power, he…

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Banding Agreement

Our Tribe is very excited to announce a historic Banding Agreement with the Cherokee Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties (CIRC), the Three Rivers Tribal Organization (3RUN) (a UN Recognized Entity) and all affiliated Native American Bands/Tribes & Indigenous Entities aligned with CIRC, which also includes the American Indian Mothers, Inc. (AIMI). Because this group is recognized by the state…

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Launch of our Website & Blog

The 11th Tribe of the Cherokee Nation known as The United Cherokee Republic of North America is proud to celebrate the launch of our new website. On this blog page, you will find updates, news and announcements about The United Cherokee Republic.

The United Cherokee Republic Emblem

Our New Logo / Emblem

We of The United Cherokee Republic of North America want to take this time to introduce our new Logo/Emblem and to thank our design team for all their collective creative efforts in producing such an important national Symbol; one that we proudly display.

The Trail of Tears

The Trail of Tears

Removal of Cherokee Indians and others to Oklahoma. Nunna daul Tsuny — “The Trail Where They Cried” On January 10, 1806, President Thomas Jefferson addressed a gathering in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. The occasion — a concluding ceremony following a series of meetings with the chiefs of the Cherokee Indian Nation, and others, who had been…

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