I'm for it, as many of them were considered members of tribes and even enrolled later. Some very interesting persons all the same with fascinating histories intwined with tribes. And also because this happens to be my favorite topic
Any more opinions? Maybe we should name the threads "Janis Family", "Richard Family" etc. so they fit in the Oglala section for example. I think we have done it this way with the Bent Family in the Cheyenne section.
Page 19: Mountain Men of New Mexico & Mexican saddles adopted by cowboys. "Another New Mexican, Isador Sandoval, was the well-regarded interpreter for the Blackfoot at Fort Union. Jose Miravile was an important interpreter for the Lakota. It is worth noting that the family names of the two latter men were later rendered as Sanderville and Merrivale, making Hispanic Mexicans into French Canadians."
As you might have noticed, I have created a new board "Indian Reservations & Agencies" in the category "Historical Events". Here we can discuss the history of those places and the people connected to them... Indian agents, traders, military leaders, etc., who were important for Indian history as such.
Hope you like it! ;-)
A big thank you to Californian, who had the perfect idea to make it happen!