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Invisible

An address by Chief Harold Buster Hatcher to the Human Relations Council. I know that Chief Thompson and I are hard to see. In my case, it’s a blessing to an audience, but it’s hard to deny that somewhere along the line, we faded away. How did we become invisible? It was a gradual process. Before 1776, we were living here, happy and civilized. Everywhere you could see had houses, farms, gardens, pathways, and people living here. We even had ways to remember old times. We’d put memorandum, maybe a favorite toy of our child, under our mattresses and when we changed the straw (or whatever), we’d find it and the sight would evoke memories, maybe of our children when they were young. It’s not ju

Waccamaw Pauwau 2019

The 27th #Waccamaw Pauwau will happen on the 2nd and 3rd of November, come rain or shine. We still have a few vendor slots open but we have ran out of full service RV camping sites. We have dry tent camping available and if you have a generator we can hook you up with a RV slot but you will need to fill your water tanks. Our Host Motel is the Quality Inn and Suits in North Myrtle Beach call 843-272-6153 to reserve. The price is only $49 (plus tax) per night, if you mention the Pauwau. This is a very nice motel. Our Drum is Red Oak (Multi Tribal), Emcee is John Abrams (Waccamaw), Arena Director is David Creel (Edisto). Lead male is Larry Swearingen (Choctaw) (if he can find his way around the

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