(Referred to @First Nations of North America by admin)
You could search for them on the dawes or miller rolls? The Indian census records could hold clues as well
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@BambiMosley BambiMosley did you find the info you were searching for? If you post a query to this group with your ancestors vital info - as much as you can like name, dob, dod, locations, parents names and info, spouses names and info, Children, siblings etc. it would help us to be able to help you with your research😊 we understand that not everyone always has ALL the info but every little bit helps ... so if you’re wondering about a. Specific ancestor, then we welcome you to post your query😊 there are a lot of great people here who volunteer their time and resources to help others in whatever ways possible. Everyone here is a volunteer and most of us are Also seeking ancestral answers so we know what it’s like to feel stuck and out of leads and or resources
We would also love an update about your previous question, were you able to find any info on any of the rolls or census records?