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“The name Mankiller comes from a tribal military rank.”
“She spent her early childhood on a 160-acre tract known as Mankiller Flats, given to her grandfather as part of a settlement the federal government made for forcing the Cherokee to move to Oklahoma from their tribal lands in the Carolinas and Georgia in the 1830s.”
“However, during an American Indian Science and Engineering Society annual conference, I met Wilma Mankiller, former chairwoman of the Cherokee tribe.”
“It was this interaction with former Chairwoman Mankiller, as well as the support of family and friends, that got me through these difficult times.”
“This is delegated to Wild Cat Mankiller of the Albaamaha.”
“Wild Cat Mankiller and his Albaamaha touched their foreheads respectfully as he passed.”
““Provided we have our translator, Evening Breeze Mankiller.””
“Had she wished, she could have introduced herself as Evening Breeze Mankiller, or Nicoquadca, though I do not believe the term is used here.”
“You make your point with precision and skill, Mankiller Pearl Hand.”
“Where, in the name of bloody puss, were Wild Cat Mankiller and his Albaamaha?”
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