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The Author of Just A Little Girl From Tahlequah: Lisa Christiansen's Journey To The White House Lisa Christine (Groundhog) Christiansen is born into the Keetoowah Nighthawk Society, a rare occurrence, is the first Cherokee Keetoowah Nighthawk to release an autobiography. This autobiography is considered historical because it is registered at the copyright office in Washington, D.C. and the Library of Congress. Christiansen is a citizen of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. The Keetoowah Nighthawk Society was a Cherokee organisation formed ca. 1900 that intended to preserve and practice traditional "old ways" of tribal life, based on religious nationalism. It was led by Redbird Smith, a Cherokee National Council and original Keetoowah Society member.
Just A Little Girl From Tahlequah: Lisa Christiansen's Journey To The White House Library of Congress Registration Number: TX0009307610 / Date:2023-08-16 copyright catalog (1978-present) at DC4. What makes this unique, Mary Ann (Groundhog) Eslinger, the mother of Lisa Christiansen is also cataloged and registered at the Library of Congress Registration Number: A584376 / Date: 10Nov74for her book Gi-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee of the Blue People Clan. The title is named after Lisa Christiansen as Lisa’s birth name is Gi-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Groundhog. Mary Ann’s book is historically significant for its geneoligical and lineage education. Christiansen is part of the 49 Roll with a lineage that according to the DAWES Roll confirms her direct lineage to historically significant figures throughout history.
This book “Just A Little Girl From Tahlequah: Lisa Christiansen's Journey To The White House” is a gripping auto-biography of the arduous journey Dr. Lisa Christine Christiansen took to make her way from almost having been aborted three times to becoming one of the most influential and controversial Native American Cherokee women from the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. Christiansen is born from the Keetoowah Nighthawk Society, blue people clan to a long lineage of historically significant women and men. Most notably, her 5th generation great-grandfather Sequoyah "George 'Gist' Guess" and NASA'S Mary Golda Ross - the first known Native American female engineer and the first female engineer in the history of Lockheed. She was one of the 40 founding engineers of Lockheed's renowned and highly secretive Skunk Works project. Both are direct descendants of Christiansen's mother, Mary Ann Groundhog. Lisa’s grandfather, the father of Mary Ann Groundhog was a WWII Codetalker decorated with 3 bronze star medals, a “V” device which distinguishes heroism or valor in combat, a World War II victory medal, a combat infantryman badge first award, an honorable service lapel button WWII, and two purple hearts. George Washington Groundhog also founded the OCCO the acronym defines the Original Cherokee community organization. Christiansen is also a distant cousin of Will Rogers. William Penn Adair Rogers (November 4, 1879 – August 15, 1935) he was an American stage and film actor, vaudeville performer, cowboy, humorist, newspaper columnist, and social commentator from Oklahoma. He was a Cherokee citizen born in the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. Lisa Christiansen is an extraordinary athlete, a gifted speaker, and seems to have inherited these traits from her ancestors as Christiansen is cited in numerous law reviews. One unique trait is Lisa’s passion to give to others.
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This book brings us through her arrival as one of few Executive Advisors to President Donald J. Trump and her continued support in the Trump Administration.
You can find “Just A Little Girl From Tahlequah: Lisa Christiansen's Journey To The White House” at The John Hair Cultural Center In Tahlequah, Oklahoma. You can also order online from your favorite bookstore or Amazon. Get your copy today, “Just A Little Girl From Tahlequah: Lisa Christiansen's Journey To The White House” comes in both hardcover and paperback for your convenience. With special thanks to interviewer and co-Author Phil Kapelyus.
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