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Learn about the Indigenous Peoples of Alabama, information on the tribes and bands living in Alabama, the State recognized tribes, list of agencies, and links to available records. The word Alabama is from a Choctaw word meaning "thicket-clearer" or vegetation-gatherers. Some may simply be variant spellings for the same tribe.


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She cared for Soldiers, "the same way I cared for my own children," she said. Once, when another young Soldier taunted her, she responded by knocking him out cold. You know what guys, it can happen to you. She also volunteers her time speaking to women on overcoming domestic abuse and she helps serve food to homeless veterans. Sometimes she had to step in when non-commissioned officers engaged in inappropriate relationships meet a native Huntsville subordinates.

Some Soldiers from outside her former units still make contact. She hiked trails near Alabama's Sand Mountain, or trekked along the banks of the Tennessee River, or simply removed her shoes to feel the earth beneath her feet. She did not want sympathy or pity. The incidents in Billings shook her to her core.

In Mayhe waited outside the hospital where she worked in Billings to confront her. She said she also sought the help of counseling and on occasion she confided in close friends. Her service to other Soldiers spanned her Army career. Kelly stood up from her seat and asked the instructor to stop the class. But she learned her job quickly. Remember me. And diligent preparation became her mantra. She took notes on how to make the next rank. The now-retired command sergeant major would ask her Soldiers to take deep breaths and clear their minds from negative thoughts and emotions.

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Her aunts and uncles raised cattle and lived in a mostly farming community. Kelly recalled how she would have to counsel Soldiers who didn't meet standards or had trouble paying bills. While serving, she didn't hesitate to call out troops who failed to meet expectations of being in the military, such as reporting on time for formations or appointments. When she grew up in Pryor during the s and s, she said the community did not face the same social troubles it faces today.

As a mother and in her career, Kelly found comfort in bringing comfort to others. She had two black eyes.

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As she would for her own children, she asked for protection before the daily missions into dangerous areas. She studied others meticulously from a distance.

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And while she kept the native philosophies of her people close to her, she did not return to Montana for six years. Even before the incident, she called her brother, Bill, for advice. Soldiers, both male and female, began to joke and laugh as the instructor spoke. Instinctively, Kelly learned from the leaders who surrounded her and she always kept the philosophy of her people, to look after others.

On that meet a native Huntsville day, her ex-boyfriend's rage had left her black and blue from her neck to her chest. She shared a close-knit home life with her extended family. Her brother, who also ed the Army at about the same time, encouraged her to. Photo By Joe Lacdan Julia Kelly, a retired command sergeant major, volunteers to help homeless veterans Photo By Joe Lacdan Julia Kelly, a retired command sergeant major, volunteers to help homeless veterans and serves as treasurer of the Redstone Sergeant Majors Assocation.

And sometimes she takes them outside to look east, toward the sun. But she willingly gave her Soldiers a second chance, providing they remained open to taking them. The Alabama resident explained that Crow believed nutrients enter the body by walking barefoot, and provide protection from various illnesses. She turned to her extended family for help, but few could do anything.

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She applied Crow principles during her Army career that helped her rise to the service's highest enlisted rank. But she never allowed it to fluster her. More importantly, she performed a ritual called "smudging," asking for protection from the Creator. Travelling through the countryside became her welcome retreat growing up in rural southern Montana in one of the largest settlements of the Crow people, a tribe of Native Americans who originally settled in the Great Plains. Babcock said Kelly's methods may have seemed unorthodox to other Army leaders, but they had a lasting impact.

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Though, in an instant, her voice can become harsh and blaring. The classroom fell silent. She finds today she can no longer speak the native Crow language fluently. Kelly said she had filed reports with the police, but a restraining order did not stop him. During her first few years in service, she didn't say many words. She had departed Billings with little but a few suitcases of clothes, her two young children and the bruises on her body.

Other times, he waited outside the two-bedroom apartment where she raised her young daughters.

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After her th Brigade Support Battalion from Fort Riley, Kansas, arrived in Iraq, she would gather troops together before the brigade combat security team departed for morning runs through the streets of Baghdad. Soon, crews on other vehicles caught wind of Kelly's blessings and asked the sergeant major to do the same before they left the base.

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Also known as the Apsaalooke, or "children of the large-beaked bird" her people share a sacred bond with the land. They send her s, instant messages and check in with her on social media. It was the first time she addressed sexual assault publicly as a sergeant major. With sage and cedar mailed to her from relatives, she would bless the vehicles and Soldiers and recite a morning prayer -- a sacred Crow tradition to give thanks.

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She continued to care for others even after her retirement from active duty in She volunteers her time at the Downtown Rescue Mission center in Huntsville. She wanted to show her troops that the dangers of a deployment could not rattle them, because nature would grant them an inner peace, even in Iraq's harsh climate.

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When she had a moment to herself, she would drive for miles to find solace from the world. The father of her eldest children had stalked her. It makes you keep on trying. Billings had been a far cry from reservation life in rural Pryor, Montana.

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Less than. Kelly overcame violence and abuse to become a respected senior enlisted leader in the Army. After the incident at the hospital, though, she asked her recruiter to process her for active duty. Powerful fists had beaten her. During smudging, she would burn sage with abalone shell and a feather to clear the body and mind of negative energy, and to protect her Soldiers from harm.

Since her retirement inshe still contributes to the Army as an ammunition test coordinator at the Redstone Test Center in Huntsville, Alabama. At the time, Kelly had been working toward her nurse's assistant certification, while her ex-boyfriend drank and took drugs.

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Throughout the year, Crow people held ceremonies and traditional social gatherings where they took part in native dances, music and dressed in native attire. You think as you're trucking along in the military, you think sexual harassment is not going to happen to me.

She recently attended the Women Veterans Leadership and Diversity Conference in Washington earlier this month, where she networked with other female leaders. The tribe's elders can no longer pass on the tribe's ancient knowledge and traditions to troubled young Crows. But she said that female Soldiers had to walk a fine line to rise through the Army's ranks.

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She also finds it difficult to talk about life on the reservation, as young Crow tribe members succumb to common vices, including alcohol and drug abuse. You have to have faith. She carried those maternal instincts with her onto the battlefield and in dealing with Soldiers' problems on the home front. But at the same time I wanted to be safe. Kelly said she could not protect herself, though, when she lived in Billings, Montana, 37 years ago as a year-old nursing assistant.

So, Kelly wanted to leave Montana and the life she knew to become free of the abuse that haunted her. During springs and summers, Kelly went from creek to creek, riding horses and occasionally swimming. She would ask her Soldiers to face toward the east into the sun which als the start of a new day.

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During one unit formation at Fort Riley, Kelly's unit attended a sexual harassment briefing prior to a deployment. Spirituality is believing "in something greater than yourself," she said.