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TAKE CARE



JERRY



12/12/2018 18:59:18

HI  MY FRIEND **  HAPPY HUMP DAY ** HUGGZ



12/12/2018 18:57:05

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12/12/2018 18:53:39

...hope you're finding a fun way to keep cozy, sweetness!! kiss kiss...



12/12/2018 18:29:35

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MUAH...MUCH LOVE, JANICE



12/12/2018 18:02:07

Wishing you a nice day sweet one ! xoxo Linda












12/12/2018 17:49:59

 < * >  AM VISITING WITH NO SNOW COMING DOWN,,

         JUST BEAUTIFUL SUNSHINE SMILING AT US ALL *

 

  < * > HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET HUBBY TO READ TO ME,,

         SEEMS LIKE i WOULD ENJOY THE CHANGE * JUST TO LAY

         & CONCENSTRATE ON THE BOOK. *

 WE LOOK OUT & ENJOY THE SIGHT OF SNOW, WHATS LEFT *

       

    < * >  BIRDS JUST LOVE THEIR NEW PERCH *

   < * > KIDS ARE SOUNDING SO GOOD THIS SEASON *

 

    < * >  WAITING FOR " SANTA " TO COME BY & SEE US TONIGHT *

            WISH YOU A VERY PLEASANT DAY WITH LOTS OF LOVE,  KAREN ** 



12/12/2018 17:48:37






Have a nice day ~ hugs Bella



12/12/2018 17:44:03


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DON



12/12/2018 17:29:46

Aiheeseen liittyvä kuva

Kuvahaun tulos haulle sakke



12/12/2018 17:26:12

Got cold here last night but the plants 

made it! Hope you have a great day and are seeing 

sunshine as i am here! Take care and keep Smiling!



12/12/2018 17:17:28

Hello Sweetness!

Have a great Wednesday my sweet friend!Love always negra!



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Last Nigh was the coldest night in south florida so far,


54F/12C.


I was loving it.


Hope your day goes nice and smooth


Warm hugs your way.






12/12/2018 16:35:10






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May you have a Wonderful day!

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Sending Lot’s of Love you, My Friend… xox


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12/12/2018 16:04:10



12/12/2018 16:03:21

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO BRIGADIER-GENERAL STAND WATIE


Born on December 12, 1806, near New Echota in the Cherokee Nation,
East, in present Gordon County, Georgia, Stand Watie was given the
Cherokee name Degadoga, meaning "he stands," at birth. He was a son of a
full-blood Cherokee named Oo-wa-tie and his half-blood wife, Susanna
Reese. When Oo-wa-tie was baptized into the Moravian Church as David
Watie, he renamed Degadoga Isaac S. Watie; Watie later dropped Isaac and
combined his Cherokee and Christian names into Stand Watie.


Watie's older brother was named Buck, but he changed his name to Elias
Boudinot. Watie's uncle was the Ridge, who became known as Major Ridge,
and his cousin was John Ridge. Together they formed the powerful
Ridge-Watie-Boudinot faction in Cherokee politics.

Watie received
his formal education at the Moravian Mission School at Springplace,
Georgia. He remained aloof from tribal politics until 1836 when he
signed the Treaty of New Echota, by which in 1835 a group of Cherokees
surrendered the ancient Cherokee homeland for a new domain in present
Oklahoma. The Ridge-Watie-Boudinot faction migrated to the Cherokee
Nation, West, with little difficulty in March 1837. Watie established
his home in the northeastern corner of the Cherokee Nation, along Honey
Creek.

As a signatory of the removal treaty, Watie had forfeited
his life under the Cherokee blood law, which prescribed the death
penalty for anyone alienating tribal land. When the penalty was
extracted in June 1839, only Watie, among Major Ridge, John Ridge, and
Elias Boudinot, escaped execution. Thrust into the forefront of Cherokee
politics by the killings, Watie became the lifelong enemy of Cherokee
Chief John Ross.

With the onset of the American Civil War Ross
wavered in forming a Cherokee-Confederate alliance. However, Watie
accepted a commission as a colonel in the Confederate States Army and
raised the First Regiment of Cherokee Mounted Volunteers. Fearing a
coup, Ross reluctantly agreed to a Cherokee-Confederate alliance.
However, when the opportunity arose, Ross fled to Federal-controlled
territory. In August 1862, Watie replaced Ross as principal chief.


In spite of early successes, by the winter of 1862–63 the Confederate
hold on the Cherokee Nation was slipping. Nonetheless, Watie's Regiment
continued to harass Federal forces. In June and September 1864, he
scored his greatest military feats in the capture of the Union steamboat
J. R. Williams and the Second Battle of Cabin Creek. In May 1864 Watie
was promoted to brigadier general, and in February 1865 he was placed in
command of the Indian Division of Indian Territory. However, by then
the war was lost. Watie surrendered on June 23, 1865. He was the last
Confederate general to do so. Afterward, he served as a member of the
pro-Southern Cherokee delegation to the Fort Smith Council in September
1865.

After the Civil War ended, Watie remained in exile in the
Choctaw Nation until 1867. He then returned to Honey Creek to rebuild
his home. He died there on September 9, 1871. He was buried in the old
Ridge Cemetery, later called Polson's Cemetery, in Delaware County,
Oklahoma.

Stand Watie had four wives: Eleanor Looney, Elizabeth
Fields, Isabella Hicks, and Sarah Caroline Bell. Elizabeth Fields's and
Watie's child died during childbirth in 1836. He married Sarah Caroline
Bell in 1842. They had three sons and two daughters. All died without
issue.

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12/12/2018 15:58:46

Happy Hump~Day



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