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    Not Parody reports that Elizabeth Warren’s campaign offered a cousin’s cookbook as further evidence to her 1/32 Cherokee claim debunked last week. According to Breitbart’s Michael Patrick Leahy:

    The Warren Campaign offered reporters an undated article from the Muskogee Phoenix about the contributions of Elizabeth Warren’s first cousin, Mrs. James P. Rowsey, to the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee, Oklahoma as proof of Ms. Warren’s Native American ancestry….Mrs. Rowsey’s most well known contribution to the Five Civilized Tribes Museum involved editing and publishing a cookbook in 1984.

    The cookbook in question is entitled “Pow Wow Chow,” and is available at Amazon for $19.95.


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    Sarthurk | May 14, 2012 at 8:20 pm

    Since when does contribution to a native American cook book dictate that the contributor is a native American? Heap big bullcrap if you ask me. Not to mention the fact that my two cousins were adopted.

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