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The Indian's Pony By Susan Fadler
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The Indian's Pony is part of the RUFF curriculum Susan Fadler developed in the 1990s. It focuses on the plight of the Mustang. RUFF was organized to establish homes for unwanted neglected animals on... More > the Navajo Reservation. She began taking rescued animals into classrooms to help teach the children about animal behavior, care and health but soon found out using an animal helped extrapolate expressions of emotions which would otherwise be harbored or unexpressed by the child. It also incorporated self-esteem where all else had failed. Using a natural catalyst, puppies and kittens, to teach responsible behavior proved to be extremely effective. Teachers began requesting materials to help teach history, geography, culture, and language. The curriculum was nominated by teachers and administrators in 1996 and went on to win the 1st place Golden Bell award from the ASBA as the best new curriculum that year.< Less
Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains By Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa)
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Every age, every race, has its leaders and heroes. This publication chronicles the lives of fifteen great Indian Heroes and Chieftains: Red Cloud, Spotted Tail, Little Crow, Tamahay, Gall, Crazy... More > Horse, Sitting Bull, Rain-in-the-Face, Two Strike, American Horse, Dull Knife, Roman Nose, Chief Joseph, Little Wolf, and Hole-in-the-Day.< Less
I am a Sioux Indian By Wilbur A. Riegert
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"I am a Sioux Indian" is a wonderful pictorial exploration of the Sioux Indian's spiritual practices. Written and published by Wilbur A. Riegert, Ojibwa. Illustrations by Vincent Hunts... More > Horse, Oglala Sioux. First published in 1967.< Less
Treasures of Indian Territory of Oklahoma By Will Welton
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When most people hear the word Oklahoma, they think about the Oklahoma Land Run, cowboys and Indians, and the oil boom, however, they do not realize that there are many treasures that were lost... More > throughout history in the state of Oklahoma. Things told and remembered of outlaw gold but none has ever been reported are supposedly recovered. Even though there has been hundreds of moneys recovered that could have been outlaw gold that has been reported. The following items have never been recovered or reported. Some of the lost treasures have no exact location. The owners just knew that while traveling through the Oklahoma territory their treasures disappeared, mainly because they forgot where they hide the money. One such incident is the story of an Atoka cattleman. All of his gold was lost in Oklahoma most likely close to Atoka. Whether he buried his gold or in fact lost the gold, no one knows for sure.< Less
Treasures of Indian Territory of Oklahoma By Will Welton
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When most people hear the word Oklahoma, they think about the Oklahoma Land Run, cowboys and Indians, and the oil boom, however, they do not realize that there are many treasures that were lost... More > throughout history in the state of Oklahoma. Things told and remembered of outlaw gold but none has ever been reported are supposedly recovered. Even though there has been hundreds of moneys recovered that could have been outlaw gold that has been reported. The following items have never been recovered or reported. Some of the lost treasures have no exact location. The owners just knew that while traveling through the Oklahoma territory their treasures disappeared, mainly because they forgot where they hide the money. One such incident is the story of an Atoka cattleman. All of his gold was lost in Oklahoma most likely close to Atoka. Whether he buried his gold or in fact lost the gold, no one knows for sure.< Less
INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS By CHARLES A. EASTMAN (OHIYESA)
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CONTENTS OF THE BOOK: 1. RED CLOUD 2. SPOTTED TAIL 3. LITTLE CROW 4. TAMAHAY 5. GALL 6. CRAZY HORSE 7. SITTING BULL 8. RAIN-IN-THE-FACE 9. TWO STRIKE 10. AMERICAN HORSE 11. DULL... More > KNIFE 12. ROMAN NOSE 13. CHIEF JOSEPH 14. LITTLE WOLF 15. HOLE-IN-THE-DAY INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS< Less
INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS By CHARLES A. EASTMAN (OHIYESA)
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CONTENTS OF THE BOOK: 1. RED CLOUD 2. SPOTTED TAIL 3. LITTLE CROW 4. TAMAHAY 5. GALL 6. CRAZY HORSE 7. SITTING BULL 8. RAIN-IN-THE-FACE 9. TWO STRIKE 10. AMERICAN HORSE 11. DULL... More > KNIFE 12. ROMAN NOSE 13. CHIEF JOSEPH 14. LITTLE WOLF 15. HOLE-IN-THE-DAY INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS< Less
HORSES in ART by MARCIA BALDWIN By MARCIA BALDWIN
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This calendar showcases some of my horse art original oil paintings. Please visit www.mbaldwinfineart.com to view more of my works past and present. Please feel free to share your thoughts and... More > special requests on commission by emailing me at mbaldwinfineart@gmail.com< Less
The Horses of San Simeon By Austine McDonnell Hearst
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In many ways, the history of William Randolph Hearst’s San Simeon is the history of California: from the Indians who first discovered its spectacular coastal location, to the Spanish... More > missionaries who built their missions there, to the Mexican dons who acquired and worked the land, to goldminer George Hearst and his family, who preserved and expanded the grand coastal ranch. Each of these generations of owners brought horses to San Simeon, to work the land, to race and to ride. In The Horses of San Simeon, Austine McDonnell Hearst tells a rich tale of the natural beauty, people and, especially, the horses—from workhorses to Thoroughbreds and grand Arabians—that made San Simeon famous.< Less
Frontier Doctors of Indian Territory of Oklahoma By Will Welton
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Even though Tanner became one of the ghost towns of the old west because the railroad missed the town by thirty miles and the people moved to the railroad. Reams town finally became nothing more than... More > a whistle stop for the railroad. The last time I was through Reams town there was just a sign left standing. Nevertheless, that was in 1970 and knowing the people of Oklahoma, it might be a thriving city again. The San Bois Mountains, Winding Stair Mountains, and the Kiamichi Mountains make up the Ouachita Mountain Range. The towns and places named in these books are all real. As the Indian Territory came closer to becoming the State of Oklahoma, a lot of the town names changed or simply no longer existed. Towns such as America, Moon, Ida (Battiest), Dookesville, Punkabua (Broken Bow), Bismarck (Wright City), Chance, and Scullyville (Bartlesville), wouldn’t make it after the Indian Territory was awarded statehood, some became ghost towns, or just places with some reminisce of where they was.< Less