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The Great Mystery An Indigenous Perspective

been rattling around in my documents and found this article..you can google Scott C Barta, a Nakota man, and he is still active...this arti…

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0 Feb 10, 2010

Winnebago Bear Clan Origin Myth's

version 1 The spirits met at a long lodge in the east to discuss populating the earth. Earth maker wished to put a particular bear on eart…

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0 Feb 9, 2010

Quillayte How Raven Helped the Ancient People

How Raven Helped the Ancient People Long ago, near the beginning of the world, Gray Eagle was the guardian of the sun and moon and stars, o…

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0 Feb 9, 2010

Pueblo Cochiti Coyote Spills the Stars

In the beginning days when all came up from the underworld a huge gathering was planned, uniting all the four-leggeds and flyers. At this m…

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0 Feb 9, 2010

Dreaming the Council Ways: True Native Teachings from the Red Lodge

Dreaming the Council Ways: True Native Teachings from the Red Lodge - Google Books Result by Ohky Simine Forest - 2000 - Social Science - 3…

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0 Feb 8, 2010

WAPPINGER INDIANS OF N.Y. PART 3

Pictures from the dedication Donations for the memorial can be sent to: The Nimham Mountain Singers 115 Chief Nimham Circle Kent Lakes,…

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0 Feb 8, 2010

WAPPINGER INDIANS OF N.Y. PART 2

The Wecquaesgeek fled south to what they thought was the safety of the Dutch settlements on Manhattan. They remained nearby for two weeks b…

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0 Feb 8, 2010

WAPPINGER INDIANS OF N.Y.

Dictionary: Wappinger (wä'pĭn-jər) n., pl. Wappinger or -gers. A Native American people formerly inhabiting the east bank of the H…

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0 Feb 8, 2010

Sacred Colors ( CHEROKEE )

Sacred Colors James Mooney's History, "Myths and Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees" printed in 1900 states that color symbolism played an…

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1 Feb 8, 2010
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CHEROKEE SEASONS.......

CHEROKEE SEASONS.......... WINTER: (Gola) Winter belongs to the North. The color for North is Blue which represents sadness, defeat. It i…

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0 Feb 8, 2010

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