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Native Americans, Then and Now By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Thoe,MS,Social Work
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The History of Native Americans is both fascinating and in many ways, tragic. Estimates range from about 10 – 90 million Native Americans inhabited America at the time of the European arrivals.... More > They had lived in the land many, many years before white man set foot on their soil. It is believed that during the ice age, they had traveled a land-bridge across the Bering Sound, from Siberia into what is now Alaska. They had gradually migrated across the land and southward into Mexico and beyond. Insight and overview into the Immigration of the Native American to North America< Less
Native American Healing By Zahid Ameer
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Discover Easy And Safe Traditional Techniques By Native Americans To Heal Your Mind, Body And Soul! A lot of healing practices and spiritual ceremonials that are being practiced nowadays by healing... More > practitioners and metaphysical groups have been acquired from traditions that initiated from assorted Native American tribes. History suggests that every tribe would have one or more elders who were trained in the healing arts. These people would serve as herbalists, healers, and spirit communicators. The responsibilities and types of healing arts and spiritual ceremonials performed would by nature vary from tribe to tribe. Below are the information that you are about to learn: + Animal Medicine And Totems + Sweat Lodge + Dreamcatchers + Feathers in Healing + Prayer Ties + Smudging + Peace Pipes + Healing Herbs + Medicine Wheel + Medicine Man + And so much more...< Less
The Power of Native American Healing - Traditional Native American Healing Methods By Jack Moore
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A lot of healing practices and spiritual ceremonials that are being practiced nowadays by healing practitioners and metaphysical groups have been acquired from traditions that initiated from assorted... More > Native American tribes. History suggests that every tribe would have one or more elders who were trained in the healing arts. These people would serve as herbalists, healers, and spirit communicators. The responsibilities and types of healing arts and spiritual ceremonials performed would by nature vary from tribe to tribe. You will get more information here… •Animal Medicine And Totems •Sweat Lodge •Dreamcatchers •Feathers in Healing •Prayer Ties •Smudging •Peace Pipes •Healing Herbs •Medicine Wheel •Medicine Man •And more…< Less
Native Homeland By Bill Archer
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A young Irish boy's grandfather suddenly disappears for no apparent reason during the height of the Great Potato Famine. The boy eventually decides to find the old man, and in doing so undertakes an... More > adventure that takes him to the boat-building world of London, a sea crossing, followed by years of travel across the new world of America, following rumors of his grandfather and meeting famous characters along the way, all to the backdrop of the Indian wars and the political posturing of a chaotic nation's capital, all seeking a permanent and just settlement to the "Indian question."< Less
Martin Tells a Story: Struggles of the Great Lakes Native Americans By Carlie Mae
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An old man in a senior citizens apartment building tells a story of the Great Lakes region. It involves the Asian peoples walking across the Bering Straits, landing of the Vikings in present-day... More > Canada, the British and the French Empires in North America, Pontiac's Rebellion, and the Passenger Pigeons< Less
Martin Tells a Story: Struggles of the Great Lakes Native Americans By Carlie Mae
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An old man in a senior citizens apartment building tells a story of the Great Lakes region. It involves the Asian peoples walking across the Bering Straits, landing of the Vikings in present-day... More > Canada, the British and the French Empires in North America, Pontiac's Rebellion, and the Passenger Pigeons< Less
Martin Tells a Story: Struggles of the Great Lakes Native Americans By Carlie Mae, Lilly Sherman
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An old man in a senior citizens apartment building tells a story of the Great Lakes region. It involves the Asian peoples walking across the Bering Straits, landing of the Vikings in present-day... More > Canada, the British and the French Empires in North America, Pontiac's Rebellion, and the Passenger Pigeons.< Less
The Wright Man By Audra Claire
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The Wright Man It all started with Rafe Wright ... This trilogy follows the tumultuous love stories of the dashing alpha heroes and their beautiful loves - Rafe and Skye, Cash and Angelica, and Jake... More > and Rebecca. Each story is a stand alone story, but can be read as a trilogy to see how the characters are linked through the years. Capture My Soul, Whisper To Me In The Dark and Save Me With Your Kisses< Less
Buffalo Man By Calvin C. Clawson
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Set in the West of 1846, Buffalo Man is a love story between a young non-Mormon boy and a Mormon girl. Anna Sinclair is only fourteen-years-old when she leaves Nauvoo with her family for the trek... More > west to the Great Salt Lake Valley. Wes Hamlin is a sixteen-year-old non-Mormon who is falsely accused of killing a Mormon. He runs from the law and hitches up with an old cantankerous mountain man, Crocker Sloan, who introduces him to trapping and living with the Lakota Indians. Over the next three years the two youngsters experience numerous adventures as they move west, occasionally meeting and eventually falling in love. Yet, before their love can be realized Wes must establish his innocence and Anna must resist her family's desire for her to enter a polygamist marriage.< Less
Buffalo Man By Calvin C. Clawson
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Set in the West of 1846, Buffalo Man is a love story between a young non-Mormon boy and a Mormon girl. Anna Sinclair is only fourteen-years-old when she leaves Nauvoo with her family for the trek... More > west to the Great Salt Lake Valley. Wes Hamlin is a sixteen-year-old non-Mormon who is falsely accused of killing a Mormon. He runs from the law and hitches up with an old cantankerous mountain man, Crocker Sloan, who introduces him to trapping and living with the Lakota Indians. Over the next three years the two youngsters experience numerous adventures as they move west, occasionally meeting and eventually falling in love. Yet, before their love can be realized Wes must establish his innocence and Anna must resist her family's desire for her to enter a polygamist marriage.< Less