Betty Mae only spoke Creek and Miccosukee until she was forced to attend a boarding school in Cherokee, North Carolina. Later, after getting a nursing degree and working with the health needs of the scattered people of the Seminole, in 1967 Betty Mae became the first native woman to be elected tribal chairman. This is a 30 - minute public radio documentary from the landmark native music series, Oyate Ta Olowan--The Songs of the People. The zip file also includes uncut versions of each song featured in the show.
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