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Tuscarora Indians in North Carolina | Photo courtesy of the Universityof Michigan Exhibit Museum)

Tuscarora Indians in North Carolina | Photo courtesy of the Universityof Michigan Exhibit Museum)

Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson was a Tuscarora Native American Activist predominantly active in the 1950's. As a child, Anderson received the nickname "Mad Bear" from his grandmother due to his temper. As a young man, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving during WWII in Okinawa, and later in Korea. Anderson became an activist for Native American Rights after being rejected for a loan under the GI Bill to build a house on the Tuscarora reservation

Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson was a Tuscarora Native American Activist predominantly active in the 1950's. As a child, Anderson received the nickname "Mad Bear" from his grandmother due to his temper. As a young man, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving during WWII in Okinawa, and later in Korea. Anderson became an activist for Native American Rights after being rejected for a loan under the GI Bill to build a house on the Tuscarora reservation

▶ Native American creates rare wampum bead pieces - YouTube

▶ Native American creates rare wampum bead pieces - YouTube

One the the first graduates of the Institute of American Indian Art (IAIA), Peter B. Jones’ 45 year career as a contemporary ceramic sculpture artist has evolved into one of the “most recognized and accomplished Iroquois artists working today.” - From Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Native-Man/365939090146674

One the the first graduates of the Institute of American Indian Art (IAIA), Peter B. Jones’ 45 year career as a contemporary ceramic sculpture artist has evolved into one of the “most recognized and accomplished Iroquois artists working today.” - From Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Native-Man/365939090146674

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