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A SCOUT WITH THE BUFFALO SOLDIERS from an 1888 Outing Magazine by Market Art Publishing
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Frederic Remington (October 4, 1861 - December 26, 1909) was a painter, sculptor, illustrator, and writer who specialized in vivid depictions of the Old West. Unlike other artists of his generation who romanticized the era, Remington went out and experienced the period himself, bringing it to life for his own generation, and many to come, through his art. In this written piece originally published in Outing Magazine in 1888, Remington details his experience traveling with the 10th United State Cavalry composed of black men known as the "Buffalo Soldiers." Included is his original artwork depicting the various events and his impressions. If you've an interest in the his ...
Genuine Indian Princess -Genealogy Jim Great Elk Waters
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God's American Dream J.Kevin LaPlante
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Most of us are familiar with Martin Luther King’s famous speech pertaining to America, “I Have a Dream.” We also hear politicians, the media, and many others frequently referring to “The American Dream.” Each of us carries our own ideas and dreams for what America should be like and what it should mean for us. Today, I am speaking of “God’s American Dream.” Not only does God have plans and purposes for our individual lives, He also has plans and purposes for lands and nations. God has an American Dream and this is the heart of the message we are writing today. Understanding God’s American Dream cannot be realized without acknowledging the First Nations people of this lan ...
Peace Standards: Standing Rock Lindsey Tarr
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What was it like at Standing Rock? Within these pages I've tried to capture the essence of that special place and time. I meet so many people who are just fascinated by those of us who were there and who are curious about everything. This is the case for those who knew of the event as it was happening and perhaps more so for those who were completely unaware of it at the time and are shocked in learning of it when they do. What was it like? Did they really lock people into dog kennels? Did it work? What now? Please read and share with your classrooms, your community groups and those you speak with who are feeling overwhelmed and disheartened by the world today.
PILOT ROCK SPEAKS Rodney Otto
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Three Native America historical fiction short stories tell about life on the Otto farm in Pilot Township, Cherokee County, Iowa. A memoir of a German immigrant Otto family follows. Based on archaic and Mill Creek archaeological sites, research of Dakota Sioux life, and childhood life on the farm, tales of tragedy, family life, religion, agriculture and hunting on this home place deepens love and respect for your own home place. The Otto organic farm continues ecology of the earth and conservation of nature and soil practiced by previous residents. Faith of each spiritually discerning family from the beginning of time shows through the tragic tales.
The "G-Word": On the Political Economy of GENOCIDE and Indigenous Peoples James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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The term "genocide" is one of the most misunderstood and misused in the English language and commonly used by those who have no idea: of the origins of the word; of the evolution of international law on genocide; of the reasons and motives behind genocide; of the genocidal historical roots and founding pillars of the U.S. and Canada; of the present genocidal realities of various societies and systems in which Indigenous Peoples continue to be victims of genocide as defined in the 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. What are the motives and interests behind genocide really? How were and are various key institutions of the U.S. and Canada founded ...
The Cherokee Physician Richard Foreman A Cherokee Doctor
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Welcome to the Cherokee Physician, a natural healing system recorded in 1857 by Richard Foreman, a Cherokee doctor who committed it to paper after “having personally tested the efficacy of their remedies, in the cure of diseases...” He wrote, “The Aborigines of our country found the means of mitigating and curing their [most common] diseases...they knew nothing of foreign drugs, but [did it] with roots, herbs, and plants found in their own country...such as can be procured in almost any part of the United States.” It includes general rules for preserving health without the use of medicines – details about the Diseases of the United States, with their symptoms, causes, and means of ...
THE UNITED SNAKKKES OF BABYLON- SCHEYICH-BY Claude Townsend
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This book is one in a series of books on North American history of Indigenous Americans that preceded the Native Americans and are still present in the country of their heredity. Indigenous means "originating where it is found" while Native American means "any member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived." There is archeological evidence on the presence of Black people in the Americas prior to any group or race of people. The 13 colonies will be the focus of the series as New Jersey is the aim and purpose of this book. With that being said the title focus is corruption, culture, discrimination, genocide, slavery past and present, and terrorism as we ...
THE UNITED SNAKKKES OF BABYLON- SCHEYICH-BY NEW JERSEY Claude Townsend (Watquennia Gangiqua Uchwuntshiade)
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This book is one in a series of books on North American history of Indigenous Americans that preceded the Native Americans and are still present in the country of their heredity. Indigenous means "originating where it is found" while Native American means "any member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived." There is archeological evidence on the presence of Black people in the Americas prior to any group or race of people. The 13 colonies will be the focus of the series as New Jersey is the aim and purpose of this book. With that being said the title focus is corruption, culture, discrimination, genocide, slavery past and present, and terrorism as we ...
Trees Weep (Chosen One) Nicholas Sinclair Schrage
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CONTROVERSIAL THEME--In BOOK TWO, Trees Weep (Chosen One), the Perkins' Place is under attack in Virginia, while Jack and Ryan Walsh struggle for their lives in the west. Four of their friends travel across the country to seek out remaining clans and tribes for the Gathering: the assembly to unite Native Americans for the first time in history. When Ryan's visions are interpreted, the results of mankind's grisly crimes are shown and the possible future of society. This forces the Gathering to accompany Ryan back to Virginia because he is the Chosen One. Before this mystery can reach its conclusion, they must fight the pinnacle battle that began five years before--when Frank's family was ...

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