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Ancient Footprints By Gary R. Varner
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When we think of the “First Americans” we generally tend to think of the American Indian. After all, there is no doubt that the Indian has lived in North America for thousands of years,... More > descended from those original explorers who trekked across the Bering land bridge. At least this is what we are taught in school. But is this entirely correct? Were there others that came perhaps before and during the original population of North and South America by those that would later be called “Native Americans”? Were there others that embarked on expeditions to the mysterious lands to the west (or east) that brought not only trade goods but knowledge and ideas of other religions, cultures and oral traditions?< Less
2043: No Es Un Sueño By Postcommodity
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Why does the term “native” lose meaning south of the US/Mexico border? Why are some white people calling themselves “nativists”? And how did so many indigenous mestizos come... More > to accept the Hispanicization and Latinization of their identities? In this contribution to the Walker Art Center’s Artist Op-Ed series, the art collective Postcommodity (Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Kade L. Twist) melds poetry and prose in a powerful reflection on native self-determination, ethnic and national identity, and the year 2043—when whites are expected to become a minority in the United States. This pamphlet is published by the Walker Art Center as part of its online Artist Op-Eds series, an ongoing project inviting artists in all disciplines to respond through writing to events in the news. See more at wac.mn/artist-opeds< Less
Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux By Wilbur A. Riegert
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Wilbur A. Riegert—Ojibwa by birth—was fortunate to meet the then last keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe, Lakota holy woman Mrs. Martha Bad Warrior. The meeting set an unexpected path... More > for young Wilbur leading him to live w/ the Lakota at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. He dedicated his life and resources to preserving the legend of the White Buffalo Calf Maiden and her transformational gift, the Sacred Calf Pipe. “Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux” is one expression of Wilbur’s devotion to fulfill on the purpose of the Pipe—to bring Peace and Harmony to the People. He began writing “Quest” while Curator at the Wounded Knee Museum, housing artifacts from his family’s private collection as well as those of fellow Wounded Knee residents. The Museum told the heart wrenching story of the Massacre at Wounded Knee the inspiring message Mrs. Bad Warrior gave to Wilbur back in 1936. The history and message of the Sacred Calf Pipe is a profound and relevant message for today’s world.< Less
Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux (Hardback) By Wilbur A. Riegert
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Wilbur A. Riegert—Ojibwa by birth—was fortunate to meet the then last keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe, Lakota holy woman Mrs. Martha Bad Warrior. The meeting set an unexpected path... More > for young Wilbur leading him to live w/ the Lakota at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. He dedicated his life and resources to preserving the legend of the White Buffalo Calf Maiden and her transformational gift, the Sacred Calf Pipe. “Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux” is one expression of Wilbur’s devotion to fulfill on the purpose of the Pipe—to bring Peace and Harmony to the People. He began writing “Quest” while Curator at the Wounded Knee Museum, housing artifacts from his family’s private collection as well as those of fellow Wounded Knee residents. The Museum told the heart wrenching story of the Massacre at Wounded Knee the inspiring message Mrs. Bad Warrior gave to Wilbur back in 1936. The history and message of the Sacred Calf Pipe is a profound and relevant message for today’s world.< Less
Oak Alley (Part One) By Steven Weighman
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This is the story of Blackfoot Murphy and his son Andrew as well as the story of William Madison and his son Patrick. One family from the South and one family from the North in the years leading up... More > to and during the Mexican-American war and through the tumultuous period leading up to the Civil War. Blackfoot, part Native American, owns the plantation "Oak Alley". Follow the families as they grow and adapt to changing times and deal with the adversity of a country that is still forming and coming to terms with its moral responsibilities.< Less
Oak Alley (Part Two) By Steven Weighman
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This is the story of Blackfoot Murphy and his son Andrew as well as the story of William Madison and his son Patrick. One family from the South and one family from the North in the years leading up... More > to and during the Mexican-American war and through the tumultuous period leading up to the Civil War. Blackfoot, part Native American, owns the plantation "Oak Alley". Follow the families as they grow and adapt to changing times and deal with the adversity of a country that is still forming and coming to terms with its moral responsibilities.< Less
Service Is Our Middle Name: Stories From the Sierra Service Project 1975-2011 By Sierra Service Project
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Sierra Service Project (SSP) is a Christian non-profit organization providing life-changing experiences through acts of service repairing homes in Native American and urban communities and serving in... More > Central America. We invite junior high and high school age youth and young adults to experience the profound power of serving people who have a culture and life experience different from their own. Our hope with this book has been to capture some of the love and joy that is the SSP experience. Over ten dollars is contributed to the SSP Scholarship Fund for every book purchased, allowing low-income youth the opportunity to attend SSP.< Less
The Legend of Denny By Dennis Smith
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The United States has been successfully seized by a large South American drug cartel, most of the population slaughtered, the remainder put into slavery. Denny evades the first day slaughter by... More > running into the Florida swamp. With the help of an old Native American drug ritual, he becomes supernaturally skilled with throwing knives and Bow. He begins fighting back and frees some of the captive americans. Gradually he molds them into a crack fighting unit. They eventually take back their country from the Cartel and establish a much stronger society than the one that lost it.< Less
4-The Boy Inventors' Flying Ship By Richard Bonner
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This is the fourth outing for The Boy Inventors, this time in their marvelous part dirigible, part plane, part kite and part car that takes them all the way to South America. As the Publisher... More > originally described it in their literature: "A Boston newspaper reporter, -- a young fellow with a camera slung over his shoulders, -- wanders into this story at the very beginning. He finds himself an aerial stowaway and finally part of a South American exploring party. How this happens is an absorbing tale in itself. "< Less
Provenance of LYE By Jim White
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Provenance of LYE – Book Two includes Secondary surnames to the Immigrant all of them proved to family origin, which includes several key Mariner families – None of the Key families are... More > missing - follows is the list of Several Surnames Shorey, Sizemore, Vann, Ward, McLemore, White, 3 BOONE players same family, Shelby, Starr, Harlan, Crocket, Hobbs facts none in reserve – Includes validated inner-racial marriage dates never before located or proved by descendants places, hard dates birth and death records from East and South Coasts to the Mississippi River–shows early evidence our ancestors migrated to the West Coast before 1700 primarily by South Carolina Cherokee and Shawnee before France established New Orleans 1718 – Hicks, Ross, nearly all Chiefs proved to immigrant despite Tribe – Many facts governments Globally do not want revealed or Proved – We opted to make the Record known to Everyone interested. Treaty Signers First Formal Treaty March 1684 South Carolina names NO doubt!< Less

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