Ancient Winds And Memories of A Time Long Ago
Before the first European consciousness of a New World existed, the Americas thrived with diverse tribes, each with their own customs, cultures and belief systems. From the far North to the tip of the far South of the Americas peoples lived a life in tune with their natural surroundings as the Europeans dealt with the…
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Why Isn’t This Map in the History Books?
By the age of 10, most children in the United States have been taught all 50 states that make up the country. But centuries ago, the land that is now the United States was a very different place.
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Where in Ireland are you from? Trace your Irish roots and heritage and find out where your Irish surname originated or is most dominant in Ireland on the map below.
The Meaning of Native American Horse Markings
Did you know Native Americans painted their horses to record their bravery in battle? All those markings had a meaning...
Photographer Taine King: War Horse - My Obsession with Indian Symbolism - Sheeba Magazine
Written by Táine King www.tainekingphotography.com Táine King is a fashion and film photographer based in Dublin, Ireland. Having recently shot a fashion editorial based on the marking if Native American horses we spoke to her about her inspiration and her concept for the shoot. I loved horses as a kid. I would walk up to […]
Why Is This Map Not In Our History Books?
See how the Native Americans lost land within the United States and sadly through many cases by force ended up on reservations. By the age of 10, most children in the United States have been taught all 50 states that make up the country. But centuries ago, the land that is now the United States…
Staked Plains & Palo Duro Canyon Then & Now
In April 1861 - The Month of the Shattered Hearth - landlord John George Adair evicted nearly 300 tenants from Derryveagh, a star-crossed townland in Donegal, Ireland. Adair blamed the unsolved murder of his land steward on the whole community and uprooted them, utterly. The Derryveagh young were soon assisted, by ship, to farthest Australia. By swapping his Gaelic eyesores for imported Scottish sheep, and then a mini-castle for his American bride, Black Jack Adair depopulated the region…