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I’ve always thought of myself as a “citizen of the world.” I was born and raised in a large town in the United States. I grew up in a town where everyone was white, and everybody knew everyone. I was a “good” Indian. To me, all that is Indian was an extension of my American identity. As an adult, I was proud of my Indian heritage and identity.

I was born into a family that grew up in the South and moved to the East in my early teens. During this period, they were a small community of people who were proud to be Indians.

For me, the Indian community was a part of my identity as an Indian. It was a community that had always been proud of its identity as an Indian. It was an identity that I was proud of. But I was also a part of a large community of people who believed that the American Indian community should be proud of who they were.

The Indian community in the East is very small because of politics. The Indian people of America were divided between the two Native nations of the East and the southern tribes of the West. The West Indian nations wanted to be part of their larger communities, while the East Indian nations wanted to be separate from America. This division was a huge issue in the South.

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The Indian community in the East has been split between the West and the East. The West Indian nations wanted to be part of their larger communities, while the East Indian nations wanted to be separate from America.

On a personal level, I have always felt that the Indian community in the East has been the most unique. The fact that their culture was so different from the Western culture made for an incredibly tense situation at the time. A lot is said about tribal culture in the East and the West, but to me it seems that at the core of the tribes was the conflict between different beliefs, values, and ways of life.

But for the Indian community in the East, it was the tension and conflict over their way of life, and the way they were treated by outsiders that was so unsettling. It’s interesting to me that the Indians were able to have a great football team that won the state championship in the midwest. The fact that they got to be the only team to do so speaks to the unique nature of this tribe, to me.

In an alternate reality, the East Indian team was so close to the Indian football team that when they got to the state final, they beat the Indians to win the championship. In a more recent reality, the East Indian team had to win the state championship to be able to play the Indian football team in the state finals.

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