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"Cherokee Princesses" everywhere.

When I was studying Native AMerican customs farily seriously, every gathering I attended would be full of honey-haired white girls, all of whom were really "Cherokee Princesses." They were generally nice people, trying to find a harmonious way of living, but desperately trying to justify their presence at a "Native American" gathering. It became something of a joke among the actual Native Americans, one I was permitted to share as the "token white girl." Every time some new blue eyed blonde would show up, we'd whisper "Princess?" to each other, then try not to bust a gut when introduction time came...

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