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Gov. Martinez y Martinez visits with Cherokees (Photo - Left)
Gov. Martinez y Martinez visits with Cherokees

Holly Golah Gee Gah Gay Ahdahdohski (Winter Red Berries) Nowlin, Ray Wolf Warrior Vann, and Amy Brownlow with Gov. Martinez y Martinez discussing the beauty of Mexico. (Photo - Right)
Holly Golah Gee Gah Gay Ahdahdohski (Winter Red Berries) Nowlin, Ray Wolf Warrior Vann, and Amy Brownlow with Gov. Martinez y Martinez discussing the beauty of Mexico.


Brownlow, Sheron Rogers & Pavla Nowlin discuss the events.

(Photo - Left)
Brownlow, Sheron Rogers & Paula Nowlin discuss the events.


Gov. Martinez y Martinez of Coahuila with Cherokee youths Charles Rogers and Holly Nowlin after receiving the medal. (Photo - Right)
Gov. Martinez y Martinez of Coahuila with Cherokee youths Charles Rogers and Holly Nowlin after receiving the medal.


Cherokee Princess Holly Winter Red Berries (Golah Gee Gah Gay Ahdohdooski) presents the peace medal to Gov. Martinez y Martinez as Charles Prophecy (Adolayhoeski) Rogers looks on.

(Photo - Left)
Cherokee Princess Holly Winter Red Berries (Golah Gee Gah Gay Ahdohdooski) presents the peace medal to Gov. Martinez y Martinez as Charles Prophecy (Adolayhoeski) Rogers looks on.

Amy Doctor Bird Rogers and Marry Hummingbird Layton catch up on gossip. (Photo - Right)
Amy Doctor Bird Rogers and Mary Hummingbird Layton catch up on gossip.


Matt Wood and fiancée Amy Rogers can always be counted on to help with any Cherokee gathering.

(Photo - Left)
Wood and fiancée Amy Rogers can always be counted on to help with any Cherokee gathering.


Cherokee Princess Holly Nowlin shares a laugh with her cousin Charles Rogers and their grandmother, Catherine Newlin.

(Photo - Right)
Cherokee Princess Holly Newlin shares a laugh with her cousin Charles Rogers and their grandmother, Catherine Newlin.


Gregg Storyteller Howard introduces the Governor; his famous voice commands attention.

(Photo - Left)
Gregg Storyteller Howard introduces the Governor; his famous voice commands attention.

Hunter's Moon Vann greets Gov. Martinez y Martinez and welcomes him to Dallas. (Photo - Right)
Esther Hunter's Moon Vann greets Gov. Martinez y Martinez and welcomes him to Dallas.


Amy Brownlow holds the audience spellbound with her beautiful voice as she sings the 'Cherokee Prayer for Peace' in Spanish.
(Photo - Left)
Amy Brownlow holds the audience spellbound with her beautiful voice as she sings the “Cherokee Prayer for Peace” in Spanish.

Charles Ahdoelayhoeski Rogers and Gov. Martinez y Martinez seem to agree that the evening is a success. (Photo - Right)
Charles Ahdoelayhoeski Rogers and Gov. Martinez y Martinez seem to agree that the evening is a success.


Cherokee ladies flock together: Sheron Butterfly Rogers, Amy Doctor Bird Rogers, Mary Hummingbird Layton, Holly Winter Red Berries Nowlin standing, and seated, Paula Nowlin and Catherine Nowlin. (Photo - Left)
Cherokee ladies flock together: Sheron Butterfly Rogers, Amy Doctor Bird Rogers, Mary Hummingbird Layton, Holly Winter Red Berries Nowlin standing, and seated, Paula Nowlin and Catherine Nowlin.

Joe Eagle Gentry painstakingly recreates Cherokee warrior face paint. (Photo - Right)
Joe Eagle Gentry painstakingly recreates Cherokee warrior face paint.


Lori Choctaw Daughter and Gregg Storyteller Howard are always enchanting.

(Photo - Left)
Lari Choctaw Daughter and Gregg Storyteller Howard are always enchanting.


Study in Blue. Esther Vann, Judy Gentry and Amy Brownlow in Cherokee regalia make a lovely picture. (Photo - Right)
“Study in Blue” Esther Vann, Judy Gentry and Amy Brownlow in Cherokee regalia make a lovely picture.


Judy and Joe Eagle Gentry enjoy Cherokee get-togethers even more than fishing.

(Photo - Left)
Judy and Joe Eagle Gentry enjoy Cherokee get-togethers even more than fishing.


After carefully studying research books on Cherokee face paint, Charles Prophecy Rogers chooses his design. (Photo - Right)
After carefully studying research books on Cherokee face paint, Charles Prophecy Rogers chooses his design.


Gregg Storyteller (Kahnoeheski) Howard and Ray Wolf (Wah hoe yah) Vann are obviously plotting mischief.

(Photo - Left)
Gregg Storyteller (Kahnoeheski) Howard and Ray Wolf (Wah hoe yah) Vann are obviously plotting mischief.


Chuck Nowlin enjoys the gala while visiting the table of his mother Catherine Nowlin and Esther Vann. (Photo - Right)
Chuck Nowlin enjoys the gala while visiting the table of his mother Catherine Nowlin and Esther Vann.


Sheron Kamama (Butterfly) Rogers presents Clara Hinojosa, director of the Mexico Institute, with a traditional Cherokee dance shawl. (Photo - Left)
Sheron Kamama (Butterfly) Rogers presents Clara Hinojosa, director of the Mexico Institute, with a traditional Cherokee dance shawl.


Amy Brownlow, Gov. Martinez y Martinez and Esther Vann after the Governor received the peace medal. (Photo - Right)
Amy Brownlow, Gov. Martinez y Martinez and Esther Vann after the Governor received the peace medal.


Chief Rogers presents a flag from the Mexican Revolution to the Mexico Institute. (Photo - Left)
Chief Rogers presents a flag from the Mexican Revolution to the Mexico Institute.


Chief Rogers presented a home-made battle flag from the Mexican Revolution to the Dallas Mexico Institute on behalf of the Cherokee Nation of Mexico. (Photo - Right)
Chief Rogers presented a home-made battle flag from the Mexican Revolution to the Dallas Mexico Institute on behalf of the Cherokee Nation of Mexico.








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