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  • Resource Database / Obituaries - In Memorium

    Resources: 13 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Dr. Zviad K. Gamsakhurdia (1939-1993)
    The Memorial Page of the first President of the Republic of Georgia, Dr. Zviad K. Gamsakhurdia (1939-1993).
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Frank B. (Wamsutta) James 1923-2001
    Wampanoag US - Northeast
    Frank B. (Wamsutta) James, an Aquinnah Wampanoag elder and Native American activist, died February 20, 2001 at the age of 77. James first came to national attention in 1970 when he, with hundreds of other Native Americans and their supporters, went to Plymouth and declared Thanksgiving day a National Day of Mourning for Native Americans.
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    John Mohawk, beloved man of wisdom, passes on (2006)
    Seneca US - Northeast
    BUFFALO, N.Y. - Indian country lost a major luminary with the recent passing of Sotsisowah, the Seneca author and traditionalist known in the broader society as John Mohawk, Ph.D. Mohawk, 61, was pronounced dead at his home in Buffalo on Dec. 12. He is mourned by large numbers of people, expressing the most heartfelt condolences to the family and close relatives of this beloved man of wisdom. Indian Country Today article: http://www.indiancountry.com/content.cfm?id=1096414178
    More sites on www.indiancountry.com
    Sioux US - Central
    Maria Darlene "Running Moccasins" Pearson, twice nominee for the Noble Peace Prize and Indian Rights Activist, passed away at 8:20 p.m. on Saturday, May 24 at Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames, Iowa. A Yankton Sioux, Mrs. Pearson was born in Springfield, South Dakota on July12, 1932. She was a recognized tribal elder, a position of high regard and equally high responsibility among her people.
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    Memorial Poem for Roberta Blackgoat
    Navajo US - Southwest
    by Nokwisa Yona, titled "Honoring Roberta"
    More sites on www.twofrog.com
    Michael Two Horses, 1953-2003
    Mr. Two Horses will be remembered for his exhaustively brilliant research and writing and his passionately honest dedication to human rights, particularly with respect to American Indian treaty rights, spiritual rights, and cultural rights.
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    Nancy Cannon : Beloved Woman of the Four Winds
    Tsalagi US - Southeast
    Nancy "Elisa" Cannon will be remember by her clan on the Ripe Corn Moon August 27, 2003 with prayer, pipe and feasting. There will be no burial. At Elisa's request, her ashes will be sent to her beloved Sydney's bluff in Ashland City TN. All others are asked to observe her passing with ritual and song and loving thoughts.
    Role Model For American Indian Artists Dies
    Lloyd Kiva New, who helped found the Institute of American Indian Arts where he pushed students from the traditional into the contemporary arts, died Friday. He was 85. "No one could deny his importance as a role model, as a symbol of what we could become," said painter Fritz Scholder "His manner was so dignified, He was a person everyone could respect, and we all did."
    More sites on www.imdiversity.com
    Slow Turtle (1930 - 1997)
    Wampanoag US - Northeast
    poem by Bob Doyle describing ceremony in which Slow Turtle's ashes were put to sea, November 1, 1997.
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    Slow Turtle - Obituary
    Wampanoag US - Northeast
    from the Associated Press, October 29, 1997
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    Standing Deer Wilson has crossed over
    Oneida US - Central
    On Monday morning, January 21, 2003, Robert Standing Deer was murdered in Houston, Texas.
    More sites on www.angelfire.com
    Unofficial Dr. John R. Williams Memorial Website
    Lakota US - Central
    Dedication page to deceased lakota, educated, korean conflict veteran.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Walt Bresette, 1948 - 1999
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    "He was like the north star," a friend says, " He held up the sky over northern Wisconsin and the people followed him."
    More sites on www.alphacdc.com

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