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  1. Wilma Pearl Mankiller (Cherokee: ᎠᏥᎳᏍᎩ ᎠᏍᎦᏯᏗᎯ, romanized: Atsilasgi Asgayadihi; November 18, 1945 – April 6, 2010) was a Native American activist, social worker, community developer and the first woman elected to serve as Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation.

  2. Wilma Perla Mankiller (18 de noviembre de 1945 - 6 de abril de 2010) fue una activista cheroqui, trabajadora social, promotora de la comunidad y la primera jefa de la Nación Cheroqui.

  3. Wilma Mankiller (born November 18, 1945, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, U.S.—died April 6, 2010, Adair county, Oklahoma) Native American leader and activist, the first woman chief of a major tribe. Mankiller was of Cherokee, Dutch, and Irish descent; the name Mankiller derives from the high military rank achieved by a Cherokee ancestor.

  4. Wilma Mankiller is the first female Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation and the first woman elected as chief of a major Native tribe. She fought for the rights of American Indians and improved the lives of her people through education, healthcare, and housing services. She died in 2010 from pancreatic cancer.

  5. 6 de jun. de 2022 · Wilma Mankiller. Activist, leader, and writer Wilma Mankiller was the first woman Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. She revolutionized the Cherokee healthcare system and created long-lasting community-oriented policies. Wilma Mankiller was born on November 8, 1945, in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation.

  6. 2 de abr. de 2014 · Wilma Mankiller was a leading advocate for the Cherokee people and the first woman to serve as their principal chief in 1985. She improved the nation's health care, education and government systems, and died in 2010 at the age of 64. Learn about her life, achievements, quotes and legacy.