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Simon Walker is a designer and custom lettering artist working in Austin, Texas. Some of his clients, past and present, include Nickelodeon, American Eagle, Ed Helms, Vanity Fair, Pepsi, ESPN, Brené Brown, Nike and Target.
Why do Cherokee Indians look like the white man?
I’m proud to be part Cherokee Indian, and after centuries of abuse, I’m happy to report that my Indian cousins have retained a great sense of humor! On one reservation they have a plastic cut-out of a white man that you can have your picture taken with! But racism lingers on, and even in the 21st century there are a lot of racists (especially foreigners), and they like to poke fun at my Indian features. I even had an asshat who worked for one of the world’s largest software companies publish…
Cherokee – Westward on the Trail of Tears
The Cherokee tribe was the first to inhabit the southeastern United States before most of them were forcefully moved west along the Trail of Tears.
"buzzard wing" broadaxe The blade is stamped, Daniel Stop and the date is 1829 in Roman Numerals. It also has the date of September 17 in Roman Numerals. The letters in the stamp are very small. It appears to have been made in America or at least in an English-speaking country although the style is Germanic.