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Jul 9, 2007
  I am cherokee

The blood that courses through my veins.
Runs true to the cherokee.
I am the blood of my people.
I am cherokee.
The trail that my forefathers walked,
Saturated in their tears,
The trail has become my trail
I listen with their ears.
I heard the wailing of the cherokee.
Proud of the salty tears.
I cry the tears of the cherokee
Even after all these years.
I walk the trail that they cried
I hear their voices frail
I bear the blood of the cherokee
Damn this worthless trail.
Trail of tears of the cherokee,
Long remembered in shame
I cry out for the cherokee
I wear the cherokee name.
Hear me loud and hear me clear
No head hung in sarrow
For i am the proud cherokee
Waiting for tomarrow.
I will regain what my my forefathers lost
I will stand and show my pride
And all the spirits of the lost cherokee
Will be standing at my side.
I am the proud cherokee
You'd do well to remember my name
In the name of all cherokee
My rights i do reclaim
I am cherokee
I am cherokee
I am cherokee
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Posted: Jul 9, 2007 10:26pm
Jul 9, 2007
Category: Breads
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 tablespoon Baking Powder
  • 3 cups of flour
  • 1 1/2 cups of water


Making the dough:
Mix all the ingredients {except water} together.
Mix it.
Then add the water.
Then kneed the dough.
Let the dough sit for 20-25 minutes.

Making the frybread:
Take a roll out of the dough flatten it to about 1 1/2 inches.
Then put a hole in the middle.

Add 1 1/2 cups of butter. Then 3-5 cups of oil into a frying pan.
After the oil gets done boiling put the frybread in.
And Enjoy.

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Posted: Jul 9, 2007 10:06pm


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