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|Occupation||Religious Leader & Boy Scout Crafts Instructor|
|Location||Williamsburg, Virginia, United States|
|Introduction||"I am Shawnee! I am a warrior! My forefathers were warriors. From them I took only my birth into this world. From my tribe I take nothing. I am the maker of my own destiny!" - Tecumseh My name is Shemaqua in Shawnee; 'Big Bear' in the words of the Shemanese (Long Knives a.k.a. WHITES); Don Warden in the world of the Shemanese. I am of Shawnee, Cherokee and European decent (1/4 of my ancestors were Shawnee and Cherokee making me Metis' [pronounces me-tee'). I am a professional Living Historian and Stroke Survivor. I used to give history tours up and down the eastern seaboard and west to the Mississippi. I continue to present programs on 18th and early 19th century history, culture and crafts. I am an instructor for Boonesboro Village, an 18th century skills program, conducted at Camp Daniel Boone near Asheville, NC for the Boy Scouts, where I teach Indian crafts and culture for two months each summer.|
|Interests||Native American Religion, All Things Boy Scouts|
|Favorite Movies||Any based on true history, especially 18th & early 19th centuries|
|Favorite Music||Very Eclectic|
|Favorite Books||All on 18th & early 19th century history|
Which do you prefer and why: whittling with soap or whistling with wood?
How come all White Man victories are glorious and all Native American victories are Massacres?